In the tiny town of Willowspring, just about nothing ever happens except for layoffs, hockey games, and your average melodramatic teenage angst.
But that was before.
Vi, Ashley, and Macy are just trying to make it through the school year without one more humiliation when they team up for a simple photography assignment: create a story through a series of photographs. Can’t be too much trouble, right?
The shutterbugs happen upon Willowspring High School’s darkest secret. When everything around them starts to crumble after trying to do the right thing, their only hope is to stick together.
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Overexposed is a book that I wasn’t expecting to enjoy quite as much as I did. Right away I could tell that the writing was geared a bit more toward younger readers, but instead of making the story boring it made for a quick and fun read. This was a really fun story!
Ashley, Macy and Vi are unlikely friends, but when they team up for a photography project they get closer pretty quickly. All three characters were great, but it was their relationship as a group that I really liked.
I’m not really sure what type of reader I would recommend this too, but there is absolutely a place for it on a classroom bookshelf.
About the author
Growing up, Adrianne couldn’t get her hands on enough books to satisfy her need for the make believe. If she finished a novel and didn’t have a new one ready and waiting for her, she began to create her own tales of magic and wonder. Now, as an adult, books still make up majority of her free time, and now her tales get written down to be shared with the world.