Sunday, November 1, 2015


By: Lucy Christopher.
This book has 299 pages.
I love this book. It's unique from any other book that I have read that involves kidnapping. 
The format of the book was a letter. 
It's Gemma, the girl who got kinapped, writing to her kidnapper.
It's definitely not what I thought it would be. 
Reading this book you just want to continue reading and you never want it to end, but at the same time you want to know what happens.
You can't help but put yourself into each characters place and think what you would do.
Gemma is a strong and stubborn character. Little does she know, Ty is too. 
This novel left me torn with my thoughts trying to figure out what to think about it. 
It's simple but complex.
It's a must read.
I recommend this book to anyone 13 and older. 
It's a quick read. You can't put down the book because you just want to continue to know what happens.
I give it a five out of five!!

16 year old Gemma is abducted by Ty. To her he seemed like a harmless stranger.
Little did she know, she had a stalker. 
Ty was her stalker for the last 6 years. Which means he started stalking her when she was 10.
He abducts her to a desert in Australia. He built a house there so they can both live there.
He claims that he has saved her. In the beginning she doesn't want to see that.
She wants to escape and go back to her family. 
Even though Gemma and her family don't have the best relationship, she wants to be safe.
 She's stubborn and wants her way. 
Ty isn't the typical abductor. He's harmless. He wants Gemma to love him like he loves her.
But would you trust your abductor?
He knows so much about her. She can't lie, because he already knows the truth.
What happens when Stockholm Syndrome kicks in?
Can they actually live together and create a happy life?
Or will the fact that he kidnapped her ruin their so called relationship?
To answer those questions, read and find out!
Hope you like it!

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