En route at the airport, sixteen year-old English teen Gemma is swept up in an encounter with a charming young man. When she awakens, she is trapped in the middle of the harsh Australian landscape with Ty, a trouble man who has retreated away from society. Stolen is told almost entirely in second person, in a letter to Ty from Gemma’s point of view. Lucy Christopher does an amazing job capturing the Australian landscape and commendably developed Ty into a fleshed out and sympathetic character. Gemma’s journey reminded me of Jenny Agutter’s character in the film Walkabout (1971). Would highly recommend.