EXPOSURE In a nameless South American country, soccer reporter Paul Faustino again finds himself in the midst of an unexpected story. Peet drops the magical realism and sense of history displayed in Keeper (2005) and The Penalty (2007) for something more topical and downright Shakespearian. Fame—and diabolical manager Diego—threatens the love between black soccer star Otello and beautiful, white
Review: Exposure (Paul Faustino #3) Exposure is a great book compared to Penalty, I would recommend it to people that like to read books about life. I liked it because this book talks about the life of a soccer player but it doesn't only talk about his career it also talks about his life.
Review: Exposure (Paul Faustino #3) There's no doubt that Mal Peet is a terrific writer, but there's something disjointed, slightly wrong about the plot and setting of these Paul Faustino books. Can't quite put my finger on it, a great read, but not an entirely pleasant or satisfying one.
Review: Exposure (Paul Faustino #3) Brilliant - though the problem with a modern retelling of Othello is the unshakable feeling of dread from when you pick up the book...
Review: Exposure (Paul Faustino #3) Who knew I could like a book about soccer? :)
Review: Exposure (Paul Faustino #3) A wonderfully well-written story of celebrity, love and compassion, Exposure is based in part on Othello. I find Mal Peet's characters completely fascinating and enticing and his written style is effortless and captivating.
A realistic portrayal of a young woman and her family that will appeal to the altruism inherent in tweens. All Katie Barnes wants is to be a normal thirteen-year-old with a normal home again. She a...