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In a perfect world, nothing goes wrong and everyone behaves appropriately. In the real world, however, things are different.

Three youngsters enter middle school in the year 2000 and find a common interest in computers. As they use their skills to earn pocket money, they start to blur the lines between acceptable and unacceptable behaviors.

As they explore the nooks and crannies of the internet, including that part of it known as the Darknet, they create excuses to justify their behaviors.

In ways they cannot anticipate, the events of 9/11 impact their actions. They are forced to confront themselves and each other in order to put their priorities in order.

This novel was written by an educator and is appropriate for all children, although the level of comprehension will vary with the maturity of the reader. For more information, visit


About the Author

Marc Seligman
docseaweed Land O Lakes, FL, USA

Publish Date  November 15, 2008

Dimensions  Pocket  120 pgs Black and White printing (on cream uncoated paper)

Category  Children

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