Girl, Stolen is about a 16 year old girl named Cheyenne. Cheyenne is very sick with pneumonia, so her mom runs into the pharmacy to pick up her prescription and leaves Cheyenne in the car. It will just be for a minute so nothing could go wrong? Completely and utterly wrong. Not only is Cheyenne sick with pneumonia, she is also blind. In addition, she usually has a seeing eye dog with her, but today she left the dog at home. So when Griffin steals the car and drives off, his world turns upside down when he finds out that there was a blind girl in the backseat.
Girl, Stolen helps readers understand some of the struggles faced with being blind. It opens your minds and leads you to discover various obstacles faced by blind individuals that usually go unnoticed.
As the story develops the characters grow immensely and you feel as if you have known the characters forever. Also due to April Henry's stupendous imagery you feel as if you are right next to the action throughout the novel. Girl, Stolen was very suspenseful and had me intrigued the entire time. Twists and turns meet you on each page having you constantly second guess your previous thoughts. I rate this book 4 out of 5 stars. The audience for this book is probably around grades 7-10. I reccomend this book to mystery fans and action lovers.