Book Review – An Anonymous Girl

An Anonymous Girl

Again, I apologize for the additional book reviews. I’m backlogged as I’ve tried to space my posts out for a maximum of two per week, but I am also attempting to get each 2018 review posted in 2018.


Book 45 was my December Book of the Month choice. I, again, pushed myself out of my comfort zone for this one and, oh man, did it pay off.

Book 45:

An Anonymous Girl
by Greer Hendricks & Sarah Pekkanen

Genre:
Thriller, Fiction, Mystery

Published:
January 2019

Synopsis According to Mandi:
Without spoilers, An Anonymous Girl is about 28-year-old Jessica Farris’ entanglement after sneaking her way into a psychological study as an anonymous girl. Trying to make it on her own in New York City, Jessica finds herself getting deeper and deeper into that stud, causing her to become paranoid and making her question everyone and everything.

Favorite Quote(s):

“One of them is lying. But who?” 

-Greer Hendricks & Sarah Pekkanen, An Anonymous Girl

Awards (based upon my brief research):
None yet – it hasn’t technically come out yet.

Pages:
384

My Overall Rating:
4 – If I’m being completely honest, I was not happy with the December choices for Book of the Month. I chose this one purely because it was the newest book – it hadn’t been released yet. Thriller is one of the genres I try to avoid, yet this one paid off. It was, indeed, suspenseful, yet it was not scary. It didn’t feel like a plot that could happen to me, which helped keep my mind at ease. It had a very well thought out plot with solid twists. It kept me engaged, yet I didn’t get so wrapped up in it that I couldn’t sleep… because that’s why I generally avoid Thrillers…

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