By Mary Hooper
It's a tricky time for Amy--her top buddies have deserted her and she's feeling lonely and susceptible. Then, she meets Zed in an online chat room and their on-line dating speedy develops. Amy is extremely joyful to think about him her boyfriend. yet is Zed the individual he claims to be? opposed to her personal larger judgement and regardless of her mom and dad warnings, Amy meets Zed on the beach--with scary consequences.
Schools and libraries, mom and dad and teenagers will enjoy this insightful, well-written novel. Mary Hooper can provide a cautionary tale for at the present time that's solely reasonable, by no means preachy and completely gripping.
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Amy by Mary Hooper