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Girl, Stolen (2010, original release: 2010)


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Published: New York : Henry Holt, [2010] ©2010
Edition:  First edition
Description:  213 pages ; 22 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 9780805090055 (hc), 0805090053 (hc),
Language:  English

"A novel"--Jacket

"Christy Ottaviano books."

When an impulsive carjacking turns into a kidnapping, Griffin, a high school dropout, finds himself more in sympathy with his wealthy, blind victim, sixteen-year-old Cheyenne, than with his greedy father



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Girl Stolen Review By: Ore Oloro

This story is a roller coaster of emotions and thoughts you will greatly enjoy.16-year- old Cheyenne is sleeping in the back of her stepmom's car when Griffin attempts to steal the car. As he succeeds he realizes that unintentionally he has kidnapped Cheyenne. And as if the circumstance is bad enough, Cheyenne has a disability- blindness. 3 years ago she was in a car accident, killing her mother and leaving her blind. Not only that but she is sick with pneumonia and could die without her medicine. When they arrive at his house, they don't kown what to do with her- let her go or kill her to keep their identity safe. But soon his dad realizes she is rich and demands money for her leave. As Griffin realizes his father is willing to kill her, he joins in helping her run away from his dad. This suspending, nerveracking, heartwarming,story will grab you and won't let go until the end.
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