The Angels Practice, or TAP as it's known to its members is the kind of cult that doesn't exist.
Not that anyone can see, anyway. It's not a religion, so there are no churches; it's not a science so there are no rules; it's not written in a book or on pamphlets and there are no preachers or salesmen or magicians or prophets.
All you need to know is that it will define who you are and what you will become, so you had better get it right.
Taj and Nick are the only people who aren't buying into TAP culture. And they don't like it when the people closest to them disappear into its vortex.
As they navigate the city streets of LA looking for a way to reach the lost souls who have been tapped, they find that TAP has a dark side that they might not make it out of.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 240 pages
- Publisher: Simon & Schuster Ltd
- Publication Date: 01/01/2008
- Category: General
- ISBN: 9781847381330
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Review by missnickynack
Johnny Silver is the world's soon-to-be biggest rock star, but on the eve of his debut concert in los angeles, he mysteriously disappears, causing global pandemonium. His friend Taj tries to discover thetruth about his disappearance, which leads her to TAP.com and its shadowy founder, Sutton Werner, who throws the wildest parties in Bel-Air. Tap started out innocently enough, as a website that dishes the dirt on the kids of Sunset Boulevard and beyond. But it has become something more. Membership is a privilege with responsibilities and consequences. At Sutton's parties, anything goes, especially in the legendary backroom rituals nicknamed The Angels Practice. Rumors abound of a special drink handed out at the parties that tap into otherwordly sensations. One night Taj meets Nick, a westside preppie who doesn't buy into the Tap mayhem, especially since his kid sister never came home from attending one of its blow-out bashes. Slowly the two of them are drawn to TAP and to each other. But Taj might know more that she's letting on.... Are you ready for the darker side of Tinsletown's brightest lights?