Dorry is unbearably lonely at her new high school until she meets Angela and her circle of friends. She soon discovers they all belong to a religious group, the Fishers of Men. At first, as Dorry becomes involved with the Fishers, she is eager to fit in and flattered by her new friends' attention.
But the Fishers make harsh demands of their members, and Dorry must make greater and greater sacrifices. In demonstrating her devotion, Dorry finds herself compromising her grades, her job, and even her family's love. How much is too much? And where will the cult's demands end?
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Review: Leaving FishersUser Review - Cici_loves_you - Goodreads
I actually really liked this book. I loved the story line and plot. Read full review
Review: Leaving FishersUser Review - Beth - Goodreads
Good book about how hard it is to fit into a new high school, and how easy it is to find the wrong crowd. I would read this aloud to my classes, but it deals with religion, and that is a huge no-no in public school. Read full review