The Mother Fault By Kate Mildenhall

The Mother Fault By Kate Mildenhall

To keep her children safe, she must put their lives in danger…

In suburban Australia, Mim and her two children live as quietly as they can. Around them, a near-future world is descending into chaos: government officials have taken absolute control, but not everybody wants to obey the rules.

When Mim’s husband Ben mysteriously disappears, Mim realises that she and her children are in great danger. Together, they must set off on the journey of a lifetime to find Ben. The government are trying to track them down, but Mim will do anything to keep her family safe – even if it means risking all their lives.

Can the world ever return to normality, and their family to what it was?

My Thoughts:

If you are looking for a near future thriller then this is the book for you, it has a very good and well thought out plot line and it is hard to predict how the book will end. It shows how we could descend in the near future and it is also about human interaction and connection. I didn’t feel I connected or could relate to any of the characters and I feel as though it lost a little bit in the telling as you go through the book. But I did like the storyline.

I received an ARC copy of this book for an honest review.

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