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The End of Yesterday - REVIEWS




From San Francisco Book Reviews

There is a satisfying arc in Analise – the mild-mannered girl who was judged too weak – mentally and physically for nursing, who chases after a fiancé who doesn’t even love her, yet matures into a woman of independent will. Overall, the story is compelling and difficult to put down.   Reviewed by Stacia Levy 


From Portland Book Review

The book is rife with social commentary and observations about human connections that are applicable today, making this work of historical fiction wonderfully relevant.  The End of Yesterday is a story that will keep you turning pages late into night and wondering about déjà vu experiences in your own life.


From Manhattan Book Review

The End of Yesterday is set during the interesting time between the Great Depression and the beginning of World War II and the hotly contested Spanish Civil War. Annalise, Mark and Jacob all come across as well-rounded characters, and Corbin did a historian’s job setting the scenes. An interesting book to read for those unfamiliar with the era and looking for a different approach than For Whom the Bell Tolls. Reviewed by Bradley Allen


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