Still no baby.
Girl, Stolen April Henry
Cheyenne is asleep in the backseat of the car when it's stolen. When Griffin realizes that he's kidnapped a girl as well as stolen a car, he brings the girl home to his criminal father and ring of seedy illegal chop-shop workers.
The twists are these-- Cheyenne's father is the president of Nike. She's also blind.
It's a pretty fast-paced action-driven novel (as I'm sure you can imagine.) What I really liked is that it's told in alternating chapters by both Cheyenne and Griffin. I also liked how their back stories are woven in.
I like the look we get into Cheyenne's sightless world. She wasn't born blind, so she knows what sight is like, which helps explain things to the sighted reader.
I know a lot of people found the ending a bit unbelievable. I think I might have too, if I hadn't heard so many people complain about it. Because I was already wary of it, it was much more believable than I thought it was going to be, so I totally bought it. (Does that make sense?)
I also like the ambitiousness of the very, very end.
Sorry to be a bit vague, but I don't want to spoil it!
Book Provided by... my local library
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