|Title:||The Last Dance|
|Author First Name:||Tim|
|Author Last Name:||LaHaye|
|Co-Author First Name:||Bob|
|Co-Author Last Name:||DeMoss|
|Target Age:||16 and up|
|Issue: Self Image:||None|
|Summary:||" “I think we’ve got a guy who arranges a meeting with the kids he’s befriended in these chat rooms, abducts them, and then subjects them to various fright stimuli--“|
“You name it, this degenerate does it. Watch this.” Nick typed in several commands that by-passed the MegaFear.com sign-in screen. With his mouse he pointed and then clicked on an icon marked “Faces of Fear.”
The men both focused on the screen as the video clip loaded. Nick continued. “He brutalizes his victims with rats, dogs, firebrands--and, get this, he video tapes their screams, their panic, their attempts to escape. Some break arms, legs, or bleed--”
The video clip began to play. Bloodcurdling screams filled the speakers as a girl tried to distance herself from a ravenous Doberman pincher who was released into a 20’x20’ cage."
And his next victims are already planned. When Heather begins to explore the world of online dating and arranges to go to prom with someone she's never met in person, Jodi, Kat, and Jodi's dad do all they can to convince her to call it off. However, the threat turns out to be in an entirely different place than the expected it - and much worse than they expected it to be!
|Extra Notes:||This book deals with the issues of online dating, relationships with non-believers, forgiveness of those who hurt us, trust in God in terrifying situations, and enough love for friends to stop them from their own poor choices. It is scary, intense, building up the suspense more and more as the story progresses. Interestingly, the danger winds up not being from the online dating, but a source no one could have predicted or controlled. |