Book Review: Moments of Exposure by S.M. Grady

Moments of Exposure

Author: S.M. Grady

Publication Date: 10 April 2019

Genre: Adult Fiction – Psychological Thriller

Pages: 45

Publisher: Scattered Thoughtz

Everyone has secrets. Most people don’t put their desires or devious thoughts on full display for everyone they meet. They don’t reveal the tough choices they’ve had to make, or talk about the relationships that went awry. What if you had a chance to peel back the curtain and take a glimpse inside the lives of seemingly ordinary people? What if things hidden just beneath the surface were suddenly exposed? 

This collection of short, suspenseful, and thought-provoking fiction pieces allows you to do just that. At less than 1,500 words each, these nine stories are perfect to read on breaks or whenever you want a bit of entertainment that you can enjoy in one sitting.

This review will be more of a mini-review since this book is a collection of short stories, and I don’t want to give anything away. So here we go…

Have you ever read something that chilled you to the bone? Moments of Exposure is a collection of short stories that does exactly that. 

Imagine your deepest and darkest fears playing out in just a few short pages. The writing was incredible beautiful, thought provoking, and scary as hell all at the same time. 

If you enjoy thrillers and heart racing scenarios that are left open-ended, then you need to read this book. My mind is still spinning trying to digest what I just read. 

Thank you to the author for providing a copy of her book. This did not influence my review. All opinions are my own. 


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