Megan Stewart, 14, and her best friend Amy Herman, 13, though opposites in personality, are best friends. Megan carries the front of being the most popular girl in school, but this masks a lifestyle of hard partying, drugs, alcohol and indiscriminate sex. Amy, unpopular and socially awkward, clings to her relationship with Megan as a lifeline to social acceptance. Together, these two young girls forge a deep friendship based on their mutual needs. The two girls regularly communicate by web chat cameras or cell phone, and even meet boys online. As Megan seeks friends who are different from her usual posse of hanger-ons, she is introduced by a friend online to a 17 year-old boy named Josh in a chat room. Megan and Josh bond quickly, leaving Amy feeling a bit left out. One day, Megan goes to meet Josh in person, and she is never seen again. Amy launches into a concentrated effort to find her friend. As the media swirls around the story of Megan's disappearance, Amy discovers the ... Written by
Megan and Amy are best friends. They share secrets. They chat with guys online. And in a few days, they will never be seen again.
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When the news reporter is covering the "pink ribbon" movement for Megan and Amy, she says that Amy is 15 years old. In fact, Amy had just turned 14 a couple of weeks prior, and it was Megan who would have been turning 15 just a few months later. See more
I think we're going to have amazing lives.
Yeah. We'll go to amazing countries and eat strange foods, just like all those dorky TV channels that you watch.
Documentary channels aren't dorky.
References The Good Shepherd