Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Seven top diverse YA thrillers

At the BN Teen Blog Dahlia Adler tagged seven top YA "thrillers that also happen to feature main characters who are disabled or of marginalized race and/or sexual orientation," including:
Girl, Stolen, by April Henry

Cheyenne’s asleep in the backseat of her mother’s car when she’s accidentally kidnapped by a group of thieves who steal it, and the combination of her pneumonia and being blind make what would already be a difficult escape seem impossible. But when one of the gang proves to have a softer heart, Cheyenne realizes what others might view as her weaknesses just might end up being her greatest strengths. And if she can trust a thief, she just may get out alive.
Read about another entry on the list.

My Book, The Movie: Girl, Stolen.

--Marshal Zeringue