Mistrust by Margaret McHeyzer


REVIEWED BY Melinda Lazar

MistrustMistrust by Margaret McHeyzer
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Mistrust by Margaret McHeyzer

This is another gripping, thought-proving, at times chilling book by Margaret McHeyzer. It's written using the voice of 16 year old Dakota and follows through a shocking attack and how it changes her life. It's also a story about relationships and friendships and how it can all be ripped away from you in an instance.

I won't go into the storyline because I simply won't do it any justice but I will say that McHeyzer delivers a gripping book with real characters and a plot that will keep you thinking long after the last page is turned. The author has chosen an extremely sensitive topic for this book and I felt that it was handled with respect (note that it may contain triggers for some).

Highly recommended for lovers of YA and teenage girls should definitely take the time to read this.

*arc received in exchange for honest review.

**Reviewed by Melinda for Jo&IsaLoveBooks Blog.



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