Book Review: Trust Me by Zosia Wand

Publisher: Head of Zeus

Pages: 352

Publication Date: 5th October 2017

I thoroughly enjoyed Trust Me. The title is extremely appropriate and basically sums up the storyline with just these two words – very clever! 

The beginning of this thriller is rather slow-paced. Having said that, it worked brilliantly in this book. It only adds to the storyline that the reader gets enough time to get fully accustomed with the character cast. Just when I thought, I had the whole story figured out, the author planted little seeds of doubt. Along the way, I certainly had no idea who to trust. 

Some of the characters I liked a lot more than others. Jonty, for example, was someone I didn’t particularly like from the beginning on and my opinion of him never really changed. Lizzie and Sam, in contrast, were extremely intriguing and well developed. Their “stepmother/son” relationship definitely left food for thought. 

This book is a thrilling, head-spinning and well-written read that will keep you guessing throughout. 

Huge thanks to Head of Zeus for providing me with a review copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are entirely my own. 

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