An Anonymous Girl: Book Review

An Anonymous Girl took me on twisted journey I won’t soon forget.

This book is co-authored by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen, who are also the writers of The Wife Between Us. I went into this book expecting to take a crazy ride, and they did not disappoint.

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Jessica Farris sneaks in a psychology study to make some quick cash. Rather than the simple survey she expected, Jessica is surprised when she is told that this study will take an extensive look into human morality. Her first batch of questions range from:

Could you lie to someone without feeling guilt?

Should the punishment always fit the crime?

Well… you know what they say, honesty is the best policy. Due to her sincere and straightforward answers, Jessica finds herself getting invited to the next step in the experiment. As with any good thriller, you will not want to put this book down. I personally started it on a flight and I finished it less than 24 hours later. I found myself gripped to Jessica’s story and all the dark and twisted events that follow her.

I just started reading thrillers 2 months ago, and boy have they opened my eyes to a new style of writing! These co-authors have a way of making your heart race and on the edge of your seat to see how this mess will end up.

I preferred An Anonymous Girl, but I also recommend their other novel, The Wife Between Us.

Have you read An Anonymous Girl? What are some thrillers(that aren’t too scary) that you think I should read next?

6 Comments

  1. What do you consider scary? I have read a couple decent thrillers recently, but they do have violence in them and are filled with suspense, so not sure whether or not you would enjoy.

  2. I love that you only recently started reading thrillers & are hooked now. They are one of my fave genres! This one sounds almost dystopian, too? Awesome review!

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