Girl Stolen by April Henry

Sixteen-year-old Cheyenne Wilder is asleep in the back of her mom's car when it's stolen from the pharmacy parking lot. Cheyenne is not only sick with pneumonia—she's also blind. Griffin, the teenager who was stealing packages out of parked cars, hadn't meant to kidnap her; he just impulsively stole the car with her in it. But once Griffin's dad finds out that Cheyenne's father is the president of Nike, everything changes—now there's a reason to keep her. Will Cheyenne be able to survive this harrowing ordeal and escape? And if so, at what price?

I really enjoyed reading this book! It was very interesting to read about a story that was inspired by a real story from 2005 when a blind girl was accidentally kidnapped by someone who was trying to steal her car. I liked how this story gives you insight as to what it feels like to be blind and how they deal with day to day activities. I like how the character Cheyenne was bold, daring and never gave up even when it was freezing, she had phenomia and had no way to figure out where she was and where to go, she still kept fighting on. I admire her courage and determination. I also liked that character Griffin because he did what was right and helped set Cheyenne free even though that meant going against his father, the one person who raised him.

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