Sunday, October 14, 2018

Book Review - An Anonymous Girl by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen

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Jessica Farris is living paycheck to paycheck. However, when she comes across a lucrative offer to do a psychology study with Dr. Shields, Jessica assume it would be an easy payday. As Jessica becomes more involved with the study, the questions become more invasive and intense. She starts to wonder if Dr. Shields knows what she is hiding. Jessica fears her sense of reality when she realizes that is in one of Dr. Shields' manipulative experiment.

The novel reads like an intense cat and mouse game which leaves readers wondering who is the actual prey. The book has a few plot twists but, many of them were predictable. The novel leaves readers with questions about how much can you really trust those you know. Along with how far will someone go to get what they want.

This is the second novel from the authors who wrote "The Wife Between Us". After reading their first books, I had such high hopes for this book. While the book was a good and thrilling read, I prefer their first novel.

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