Stolen

Stolen
Fiction Thriller & Allegory

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Seventeen and on the streets, Star is a runaway headed down a dark path. It becomes even darker when she catches the eye of a serial killer who holds her captive in a remote prison in the woods. Failed escapes, physical torture, and mental anguish mark her days in isolation.

Alternating chapters weave her story around Sarah, a woman riddled with questions about her own past, who suspects the man she lives with may not be what he seems. As the stories unfold and connect, perhaps there’s a twist that will make you want to go back and read it again.

This story brings to life the anguish of isolation and the choices that paved the way into their prisons. It also brings the gentle whisper of love and the audacious hope of freedom. Stolen is a thriller that will take the reader on a journey of pain and terror, as well as an unexpected journey of redemption.

Note: Although content is not graphic in nature, this book contains elements readers may find sensitive, such as physical abuse, sexual assault and drug use. Content is intended to represent the very real struggles in this present world, as well as the hope of something better.

Related Books:

Stolen Study Companion
7 Session Bible Study

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We live in a fallen world, and the mainstream struggles we read about in the news or experience in our own lives can represent frightening parables to our spiritual walks.

This book is a study companion to Caroline Klug’s fiction thriller, Stolen, which is also a biblical allegory of Colossians 1:13-14:

“For He has rescued us from the dominion of darkness and brought us into the kingdom of the Son He loves, in whom we have redemption, the forgiveness of sins.”

This seven-session study companion offers insights into the allegory, and provides discussion questions which can be utilized individually or within a group setting.

Important: It is necessary for participants to finish reading Stolen completely, prior to beginning this study. Knowledge of the end is necessary to fully discuss the components of the allegory it is based on. Novel is sold separately.