Monday, 29 May 2017

REVIEW: Troublemakers by Catherine Barter

Alena has never known her mum. When her brother starts working for a controversial politician and she starts to uncover her mum's activist life, she gets into the kind of trouble that changes everything.

Troublemakers is a book that took me by surprise, and I loved it. It made me think about my political beliefs without being a book about politics, and is likely to reach a lot of young people. The relationships between the characters are complex but wholesome, and you can tell that at the heart of it all they really love each other. A magnificent read.

Stars: ★★★★★

I was sent a copy of Troublemakers by Andersen Press in exchange for an honest review.

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