I was given a copy of Faith Richard's Rescued from the NET, not because I have an addiction problem but because I often work with those who do. It went straight to the top of my "reading pile" and, in fact, overruled a book I was already into.
Faith Richards draws the reader into how innocently she became addicted to the world of Cyberspace. It took her away from her work, her family, her home, yes -- even her children. There are scenes in the pages that caused me to shake my head and yet, for sure, I know these kinds of foolish actions take place every single day by people who are otherwise above intelligence and standing.
Ms. Richards is also honest about her faith in God, how she managed to push his voice of reason aside, and how -- in the end -- God kept her safe until he could orchestrate her rescue.
More important than her story, however, is the upfront and frank discussion of how to help if you or someone you know/love is being held captive by the World Wide Web.
I highly recommend this book.
Eva Marie Everson
Reflections of God's Holy Land: A Personal Journey Through Israel