Girl, Stolen – Review

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Title: Girl, Stolen

Author: April Henry

Sixteen-year-old Cheyenne is asleep in the back of the car when her mom runs into the pharmacy.  Griffin steals the car, sure that his greedy, lowlife dad will be pleased for once when Griffin turns up with an Escalade. He didn’t know anyone was in the car, but he panics, and then theft turns into kidnapping when Griffin’s dad realizes that Cheyenne’s family is very wealthy. Cheyenne is pretty sure she’s not going to live through this awful situation. But what is she going to do? How is she going to survive? She’s got pneumonia, and, oh yeah, she’s blind!

This is a quick, suspenseful read. The story alternates between Cheyenne and Griffin, so you get both of their points of view. It’s a great choice for reluctant readers and mystery fans. 

–Lisa, Teen Librarian

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