Jenn, a new Christian, provides a listening ear for Lorri.
If you're like me, and often find yourself saying, "I wish I could read something that's beyond the run-of-the-mill, the formulaic," "Stranger in the Chat Room" just might be the perfect book for you.
This story involves you more and more as you get into it, and, if you're like me, the ending will take you completely by surprise.
Even though this is a fiction book, the characters are believable and real."Stranger in the Chat Room" would be a particularly good choice for readers who aren't into traditional novels.
The twisted logic of Watcher55 is well exposed and I really liked the ending, when Light and darkness meet.
This is a good book for parents to read if they are uninformed of the down side of the Web.
Told as a series of chat room transcripts, the story is fast paced and involving, and it's nice to see Christian fiction discuss the faith struggles of kids after their conversions.