So far i'm really enjoying stolen, I like how Gemma is descriptive with what she's seeing and experiencing after being kidnapped. So far i don't dislike anything about this book
I think this book is interesting. What I really like about the book is that there is a really good plot so far, and it keeps the reader engaged in their reading. I think this book could use more imagery because it would make the reader feel as if they are actually in the book.
I feel that stolen is a very well written book. I like the way the author uses details to expand on the story. The book keeps my attention with the twist and turns of each chapter.
I like the fighter in Gemma, who just wants her freedom from her hot, dry prison, and her prisoner. She fights him, like a normal abductee will do, but, then again, Ty doesn't seem like the kidnapper-type. Even though he's cold and brutal in Gemma's eyes, he's almost caring towards Gemma, like not letting her commit suicide, and patiently let her try to escape. Ty's character is indeed complex, although Gemma's could be quite predictable.
It seems good, really different from anything else. But there are some things I don't like or wish they had been tackled differently. I don't like that it doesn't have a lot of imagery, so it's hard to figure out and takes you a while to picture people/settings. It also seems kind of cliche at points and the girl seems really naive to me.
So far,I am really enjoying "Stolen". I think that it started out at a slow pace, but it has really picked up for me. I am so excited to find out if Gem and Ty fall in love. I think that it's the perfect mix of mystery and romance.
I really enjoy this book so far. Things I think that could make this book better however is increasing the pace. So far the story hasn't progressed much at all. Also I wish she wouldn't call the second main character you. I think the plot would be more interesting if she slowly began to see him as a person instead of just "you".
I did not vote for this book, so I was rather reluctant to read it. Romances aren't my taste and that is what this book is turning out to be, so I doubt I will find It's grown on me toward the end. I do like that it is written in the 2nd person; that is a point of view that is rarely used and it is refreshing to read something that is not in the 1st or 3rd person perspective. To be honest, I'm not quite sure how I feel about this book (If I ignore my bias towards romances). I can't relate to the main character with neither her thoughts or actions. So I don't really have much of an opinion right now.
I feel stolen is an amazing book with great detail but i think it is missing something very important but i do not know what other from that the book is very descriptive and gives a really good sense of illusion. I still am wondering what motivated this guy to capture Gemma and take her into some weird place that i think is an island. I have also noticed that this man must have some pretty large amount of money noticing the fact that he is going everywhere Gemma goes including having enough money to buy a plane ticket.
This book is interesting, but I would like to see more descriptions. I feel as if the author is rushing the book and it's throwing me off. I do, however, really like Gemma's character. Im interested to see what will make her fall for her captor.
So far I like the book "Stolen", I find Gemma situation very mysterious and every time I read the book the plot becomes deeper. I also like how the author writes the book in past tense and not present tense, it kind of lets the reader know that something big happens at the end of the book.
Although I have not gotten far into the book, it is very interesting. The way the author, Lucy Christopher, writes the story as if she is talking to the kidnapper face-to-face is very different to me, compared to other books i have read. The only thing that i dislike about it is that you don't really get to see the actual point of view of Gemma's kidnapper.
So far I find "Stolen" interesting and different from any other novel I have read. I like that the author made Gemma reaction to the kidnapping realist. As someone being taken away from their family they should be devastated and the author establish that clearly. I feel like the author is rushing the connection with Gemma and Ty. I feel like Gemma character won't warm up to him as fast as the author made it seem.