Author: Aga Lesiewicz
Published by Pan Macmillan on March 24, 2017
Source: Publishers Group Canada
Book Rating: 7.5/10
You know that feeling. Your life’s on track and all is going well. And then something monumental occurs that turns everything on its head. It happens to everyone but, for Kristin Ryder, it was much, much worse . . .
When up-and-coming photographer Kristin begins to receive anonymous emails, her life in a trendy loft in London’s Hoxton with Anton, her ultra-cool, street-artist boyfriend, suddenly begins to feel unsafe. The emails come with sinister attachments that suggest the sender has an intimate knowledge of Kristin’s past, and soon her life spirals out of control.
Who can she trust? And will she be able to discover the sender’s identity before it’s too late?
Breathtaking and shocking, Exposure by Aga Lesiewicz will grip you until the last snap of the camera shutter.
Gripping, edgy and dark!
This is a character-driven psychological thriller that illustrates just how vulnerable our technological dependence makes us and how quickly life can change.
The story is set in London and is told from the perspective of Kristin, a photographer with incredible talent who suddenly finds herself in a lacklustre career with an unfaithful partner and a tenacious stalker who seems to be everywhere.
The writing is crisp. The plot is fast-paced, suspenseful and a relentless thrill ride of multiple suspects and precarious situations, as well as some intriguing glimpses into the world of street art, photography and metropolis sights and sounds. And, generally, the characterization is well done, with an assortment of characters that are troubled, intense and layered. However, I do have to admit that the poor choices and decisions occasionally made by the main character seemed a little unbelievable even given the circumstances and caused me at times to lose some sympathy and connection with her.
This is Lesiewicz’s second novel and it is definitely an entertaining, riveting read that will keep you guessing for quite some time.
The book is available now and available in Canada on March 24, 2017.
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Thank you to PGC Books for providing me with a copy in exchange for an honest review.