At the very beginning, the book has you on the tip of your toes. When Sarah, a high school student who has a port wine stain on her cheek, is walking home from school, a group of kids from her school start taunting her about her birthmark. Out of nowhere, Bryan, a handsome worker for her dad, pulls up to save her. When he continues to follow her and forces her into his car, the struggle for survival starts for Sarah.
On top of all the action, this book has suspense on every page. Sarah’s father has been on edge about the large amount of money that was stolen from his business. It’s not until they discover what happened to Sarah that they find out who took the money. Also throughout the whole book, the author doesn’t reveal Bryan’s motive for doing the things he did. It’s not until the end you find out his sick, twisted reasoning.
Personally, I very much dislike reading. Every so often when I find a book that draws me in as much as Stained, it takes me no time to finish it. It’s like as soon as you open it you’re drawn in and can’t put it down. If all books were like this one, I’d enjoy reading.
Stained is honestly the best book I’ve read. This book is perfect for anyone who loves action, suspense, and doesn’t particularly enjoy spending their time reading.