Originally Posted to All I Ever Read
This book had been sitting in my TBR pile for quite some time. On a whim, I decided to pick it up for what I thought was going to be some 'light' reading. Yeah, so not a good call. While I would consider this book an 'easy' read it is definately cannot be considered a 'light' read. Want to Go Private?
reads as a cautionary take depicting the alienation and grooming of a vulnerable teenager by an online predator and her journey to heal.
The story is told mainly from the prespective of th emain character Abby. There are instances where a portion of the story is told by one of the cast of supporting characters. Watching Abby go from a happy, but insecure teenage to a victim is pretty difficult. Want to Go Private?
is pretty detailed and in my opinion fairly accurate in showing jus thow Abby was being groomed and not even realizing it. There was something so disturbing about watching Abby descend down this path unaware while you, the reader, is fully aware where this is headed.
Reading Want to Go Private?
by Sarah Darer Littmas was like watching an episode of Dateline's How to Catch a Predator, but in reverse.