Review: An Anonymous Girl

An Anonymous Girl by Greer Hendricks & Sarah Pekkanen

Clues to describe this book: duplicity, morality & ethics, toxic relationships, loyalty

Disclaimer: I received a free advanced physical copy of this book from St. Martin’s Press in exchange for my honest opinion. This has no effect on my opinion, review, or rating.

Review: After their successful collaboration of their first novel, The Wife Between Us, Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen are back with their latest installment, An Anonymous Girl, which releases Tue 1/8/19. This psychological thriller follows Jessica who enters a morality & ethics psychology study held by Dr. Shields. As Jessica gets deeper into Dr. Shields’ study, she becomes paranoid and wants to know the truth. She realizes that she’s in a twisted web of Dr. Shields’s manipulative experiment. Overall, I thought that this book definitely lives up to the hype. Personally, I found this novel to be better than The Wife Between Us. I really enjoyed reading the alternating narratives. There were a few times where I was a bit annoyed with the way Jessica or Dr. Shields made certain choices, but overall, the story kept me on my toes the whole time. I really loved the psychology aspect of the whole plot. I would highly recommend this novel if you loved The Wife Between Us or if you like psychological thrillers in general. This is a must read for 2019!

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