“This book is written in free verse poetry, so that made for an interesting reading experience. The story was awesome, too.”Tori W wrote this review Saturday, April 9, 2011. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“After her brother is accused of a crime, Liz, the Photogirl, loses her "foreverbest" Kate, the Mistress of Modern Dance and struggles to cope with it all.
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“Veryy hard to understand if her brother was actually the rapist or not....sometimes he wasn't sometimes he could have done it...it's Liz's best friend's word against her brother's word.”Erin T wrote this review Sunday, March 20, 2011. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“BFF, Family, Siblings, Rape??
Very interesting well written poetry prose, decision making, life altering, high-school to college. Relationships formed, shattered, broken , reformed.
what is the truth? What do you believe? and could you?”
“Written in free verse, a very moving story of two best friends. When one is raped by the other's older brother, everyone's life is turned upside down. The author does a great job of exposing the feelings of all parties. It is a short, quick read that is bound to stir up classroom discussion. ”glowil wrote this review Monday, November 29, 2010. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“A great debut from author Kimberly Marcus, Exposed tells the story of what happens when everything Liz thought she knew, she thought she had forever, is shaken in one terrible night. Written in prose, Marcus explores realistically developed characters as they deal with a tragedy that will in fact change their lives forever.
I loved it. I literally read it in an hour and a half, not stopping for anything. This one of those books that you just love the characters so much that you can't even put the book down to take a drink of water or anything. Beautiful, heartbreaking and raw writing pulls you into Liz's world. And once you're in, even after the last page turns, you're never out. ”