Further, the careful plotting keeps the story moving along -- providing some shocking surprises along the way.
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.
Physically, there are "dangerous" online strangers teenagers come in contact via chat rooms all the time.
At the same time, spiritually we all are invaded by "strangers" who want to do us harm.
Recommended." -- It is not necessary to read the first book in this series, "In the Chat Room with God", but after reading this one, a reader will definitely want to catch the buzz created from the first effort. Lorri, Blake's younger sister, is going through a difficult phase.
It is the summer and all the characters, Blake, Jenn, Krys, Lorri and A. She is finding her "righteous" brother to be annoying and overbearing.
Watcher55 is a weird, even scary, character, who eventually leads the teens into trouble (most notably when Lorri sneaks out of the house, goes to a party, and is slipped drugs).