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A BookViral Review Of Yesterday By Samyann

SUMMARY: In modern day Chicago, deja vu draws together a handsome mounted policeman and the beautiful young woman who saves his life.

The BookViral Review: The themes of time travel and Déjà vu have certainly found their place in romantic fantasy fiction and yet few novels really stand out. Smart, suspenseful and satisfyingly unpredictable Yesterday A Novel of Reincarnation certainly proves the exception with Samyann creating an emotional eddy that draws us in from one page to the next. A read to be savoured with wonderfully nuanced relationship dynamics she clearly has an acerbic ear for dialogue and echoes the thoughts of her characters with a timely clarity which proves wholly endearing throughout. Take it for granted that there’s plenty of momentum but what really makes Sanyanns book standout is her exploration of Déjà vu through Past Life Regression. This brings an edgy element to the burgeoning romance between Amanda and the enigmatic Mark Callahan whilst the multiple plot threads retain an air of mystery that rarely wanes. Another author might have adopted a more saccharin approach but with plenty of due diligence in terms of the details, Samyann ensures the injustices of the past are given due credence to create dramatic tension and just the right amount of pathos.

 Sensual, mysterious and thrilling in equal measure, Yesterday A Novel of Reincarnation is recommended without reservation.

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