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by Mary Hooper




'It all started after I fell out with Louise and Bethany, really. It was falling out with them that made me try to find friends somewhere else, and the Internet seemed a good place to look ...' Amy is a level-headed sort of girl, certainly not one to get into dangerous situations. But when the new term starts she does find herself without her usual gang of friends. And so she turns to the Internet and meets a very sexy guy who calls himself Zed. It's not long before he is asking her to meet him ...Even the level-headed Amy cannot in the end resist this invitation. In Mary Hooper's classically accessible and unpreachy way, she tackles responsibly the potential danger of the Internet and the use of 'date-rape' drugs.
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ISBN: 1408804182
ISBN13: 978-1408804186
Category: Teen
Subcategory: Literature & Fiction
Author: Mary Hooper
Language: English
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC (June 1, 2009)
Pages: 176 pages
ePUB size: 1447 kb
FB2 size: 1934 kb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 690
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Keramar
An excellent book, I am not normally a big reader unless I find a book that really interests me. I caught the common cold, didn't want to do homework, and sat down reading the book in one sitting; about 3 hours worth of reading! The book was that good! A quick, and easy read, I would recommend it to all young adults and teenagers.

After friends ditch her, Amy becomes a loner and tries looking to online help for company. She goes into hundreds of chatrooms, looking for that special someone of a friend. She meets the "perfect" Zed.
Stylish Monkey
My daugher (13 years old) typically hates to read voluntarily and she could not put this book down. She rarely reads a book from cover to cover yet she devoured this book. We are hoping to discover whether some of Mary Hooper's other books are equally as appealing.
Conjukus
I found AMY a very good book. The begining was a little slow, but once Amy actually met Zed in person, it speeded up. The character Beaky i thought was kind of undevoloped. I also thought the ending was kind of sudden. I never got to see what happened with Bethany and Amy and i never got to see what happened to Zed. This is a great book for teens who want a good suspenceful story.
Samulkree
I swear I read this book for points back in middle school. 13 years old maybe 12 and I was in love with this book. It opens your eyes to the real world and real possibilities.