Double, double, toil and trouble. Sometimes, the quest for high school royalty can be deadly! In this emotionally-charged twist on Shakespeare’s Macbeth, a self-conscious shutterbug named Skye Kingston navigates a treacherous school year in Alaska fraught with unspoken secrets and tragic twists of fate. Along the way she encounters three strangely prophetic BFFs; one social-climbing, sociopathic cheerleader; and a heart-stopping hottie named Craig McKenzie: the man who would be Prom King. Can Skye save the boy she loves — and herself — before they get caught in the crosshairs?
Publisher: Merit Press
Number of Pages: 272
Reviewed Hannah, age 17
Based on the infamous Shakespearean play Macbeth, Exposure brings an interesting modern twist and embodies the multiple nature of human beings by exposing them to none other than the prime situation that is sure to make you laugh and cringe all at once: high school. Full of murder, secrets, love and friendship this novel not only depicts the challenges of getting through high school but the complexity of relationships—be it love or family—it is sure to relate to you. The multiple allusions in this novel to not only Shakespeare fill it with depth and clever insight. An overall inspiring novel that relates tales of bittersweet sorrow and new beginnings this novel leaves you with feelings of hope for whatever may come in the future. Prophesied by the three witches or not. Double, double, toil and trouble are words that are sure to appear, paying tribute to the writing genius Shakespeare.
This book hits shelves January 18th 2013!
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Hannah, age 17
Hannah, age 17