Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Trouble Makers by Catherine Barter . Review

Meet Alena , a fifteen year old girl living with her brother Danny and his partner Nick . Alena's mother died when she was a three and Danny has raised her since she was pretty much a baby. I felt for Alena, she did not have a conventional upbringing  with a mum and a dad and I think it did her no harm until her teenage years when she started to ask questions about how her mother died and her mother's lifestyle and choices she made , she is made even more curious about it all when her brother is adamant in not wanting to tell her anything . I loved Danny's character , not many brothers would do what he did and do it as well as he did , instilling good sense and morals into a much younger sister who is trying to find her roots and hold on to every bit of family she has . This is an awesome book for anyone who knows that being from a  "normal family " is all in how you look at it . 

I received this book for review from the lovely people over at Lovereading4kids.co.uk
This book is being published June 2017 and will be available from Lovereading4kids and all other good bookstores then.
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