Count All Her Bones by April Henry

Count All Her Bones

Cheyenne sets out to save her former captor in this much-anticipated sequel to Girl, Stolen.Six months ago, Griffin Sawyer meant to steal a car, but he never meant to steal the girl asleep in the backseat. Panicked, he took her home. His father, Roy, decided to hold Cheyenne―who is blind―for ransom. Griffin helped her escape, and now Roy is awaiting trial. As they prepare...

Title:Count All Her Bones
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:240 pages

Count All Her Bones Reviews

  • Isabelle Ley
    Aug 26, 2015

    She's writing another one?!?! When was this announced? I'm so happy! I liked Cheyenne and Griffin so much, and that ending was not enough.

  • Wren [t(he)y]
    Sep 25, 2016

    I am SO EXCITED FOR THIS

  • Jackie
    Mar 04, 2017

    This review has new character names, as well as a few key events weaved into it. So, depending on how you view it ...beware of these minor (major?) **spoilers!**.

    I received an ARC of this thanks to a book event near me that provided them at no cost.

    This sequel for "Girl, Stolen", occurs months after the first book and deals with Cheyenne preparing to go to court to testify against Roy for his wrongdoings, while Griffin has to deal with his mother's loss and soon funeral.

    Though the book provided

    This review has new character names, as well as a few key events weaved into it. So, depending on how you view it ...beware of these minor (major?) **spoilers!**.

    I received an ARC of this thanks to a book event near me that provided them at no cost.

    This sequel for "Girl, Stolen", occurs months after the first book and deals with Cheyenne preparing to go to court to testify against Roy for his wrongdoings, while Griffin has to deal with his mother's loss and soon funeral.

    Though the book provided the same, lovable characters from "Girl, Stolen", new characters were also introduced such as Jaydra, Cheyenne's bodyguard and Dwayne, Roy's half brother. However, the storyline in this book seemed to be rushed due to a chain of events occurring quite rapidly compared to the more continuous thrill in the first. Especially with the announcement of a new baby sister and a self driving car for Cheyenne.

    Nonetheless, this book still contained the wonderful qualities that every April Henry book seems to have: great thrill, eloquent writing style, and outstanding research behind even the smallest detail. So, even if it didn't blow me away as much as the first, I believe the end was satisfying and well done.

  • Mrs.Heather Lassley
    Apr 10, 2017

    4.5/5 stars

    I loved the first one and the second one was just as excellent! I love that although this book was written 8 years after Girl, Stolen, it takes place just 6 months after. A must read!

  • Selena Yukino (The Lioness: hear me roar)
    Apr 04, 2017

    OHH MY GOD! There's a sequel??? I've been waiting for this day to come for years. YEARS!!!

  •  Big Joe's Book Reviews
    May 08, 2017

    Girl, Stolen was an amazing book and this one, Count All Her Bones was nearly as great. The story picked up soon after the escape and rescue of our heroine, Cheyenne. She is isolated at home, her dad and step mom fearful for her safety. The petite blind girl who was lucky once. She now has a bodyguard who trains her to protect herself but she takes that half heartedly. She will soon realize that was a mistake.

    Griffin is living in Chicago with an aunt & uncle but misses something fierce. He

    Girl, Stolen was an amazing book and this one, Count All Her Bones was nearly as great. The story picked up soon after the escape and rescue of our heroine, Cheyenne. She is isolated at home, her dad and step mom fearful for her safety. The petite blind girl who was lucky once. She now has a bodyguard who trains her to protect herself but she takes that half heartedly. She will soon realize that was a mistake.

    Griffin is living in Chicago with an aunt & uncle but misses something fierce. He will soon see her again but in a way neither wanted. Relatives of his father and a past friend are about to put forth a plan to make sure that Roy is set free and not sent to jail for good.

    I loved this book. It missed a 5 star for me but not by much. I love Cheyenne as a heroine but I found her a little stupid in this book after what happened the last time. Wise up girl, listen to your bodyguard LOL.

  • Janet
    May 25, 2017

    A very satisfying sequel. I was amazed how much I remembered from Girl Stolen--and I read it the year it was published. April Henry is one of the best YA mystery writers--and I wish there were more like her as I think this genre is neglected way too much.

  • Makhayla Icard
    May 30, 2017

    The only thing I hate about this book is the summary you read on the inside. It totally gives the biggest part of the book away and the entire time I was waiting for that thing to happen and took away the suspense. I gave this book 5 because I can't rate it 4.5. If you didn't have a connection with the first book and favor Griffen as much then this book wouldn't have a 5 star rating. I waiting a very long time for this book. After reading Girl, Stolen I looked up every thing I could about the Au

    The only thing I hate about this book is the summary you read on the inside. It totally gives the biggest part of the book away and the entire time I was waiting for that thing to happen and took away the suspense. I gave this book 5 because I can't rate it 4.5. If you didn't have a connection with the first book and favor Griffen as much then this book wouldn't have a 5 star rating. I waiting a very long time for this book. After reading Girl, Stolen I looked up every thing I could about the Author to see if she was writing a sequel and she had said multiple times that sometimes books Don't need a sequel and that Girl,Stolen was one of them. This book was really satisfying in a way because the way that the first book ended really got to me because you were left wanting more. The ending in this case was mentally pleasing. I loved it. ❤


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