Cheyenne is waiting in the back of an SUV for her stepmother to fill a prescription for her; she's feeling rotten. Things quickly get a lot worse - someone jumps in to the front seat and starts the car, and it's not her stepmother. Cheyenne is blind, and it's not clear whether that will help or hinder her efforts to free herself and get home safely.
This book offers a sense of scary adventure without being too terribly disturbing. Some violence, but not terribly sensationalistic. There's not a lot to dig into and discuss in a book group, but readers who enjoy the thriller genre will be happy to discover this title.
"It was probably better to let them know she was sick. Because maybe they would watch her less closely, leave her alone more. They would think she was too weak to pose any danger." p. 52
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