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Review: I Do Not Trust You


Title: I Do Not Trust You

Author: Laura Burns and Melinda Metz

Release Date: September 11, 2018

Rating: 3.5/5 Stars

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Synopsis from Goodreads: Memphis "M" Engle is stubborn to a fault, graced with an almost absurd knowledge of long lost languages and cultures, and a heck of an opponent in a fight. In short: she's awesome. Ashwin Sood is a little too posh for her tastes, a member of an ancient cult (which she’s pretty sure counts for more than one strike against him), and has just informed Memphis that her father who she thought was dead isn’t and needs her help. From the catacombs of Paris to lost temples in the sacred forests, together they crisscross the globe, searching for the pieces of the one thing that might save her father. But the closer they come to saving him—and the more they fall for one another—the closer they get to destroying the world.

My Review: I enjoyed this read quite a bit. It was a really fast paced book with a lot of adventure and intrigue. The story is told in alternating view points, which isn’t really my favorite. I always get more attached to one character and then get annoyed when I have to read the other point of view. This was fairly well done though so it wasn’t too bad. I loved the history and mythology that was mixed into the story and the unique settings around the world were also a plus though I felt that they could have been a little more in depth. I really loved the diverse characters and how fast the book was paced. I flew threw it because it had a great flow and held my interest. Overall I give the book 3.5 stars and would recommend it if fast past adventure mysteries are something you like!

*I received this book from Wednesday Books in exchange for an honest review*

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