Genres: Thrillers & Suspense
An Anonymous Girl: A Novel by Greer Hendricks
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I thoroughly enjoyed reading, The Wife Between Us and have read many of Sarah Pekkanen’s books – 1 which left my jaw dropped for many years after reading.
I knew this book would be amazing, but I wasn’t expected to get pulled into the suspense as I did.
This story is such a page-turner.
I was on the edge of my seat the entire time and my heart raced right along with Jessica.
Jess was working in New York as a freelance makeup artist.
Needing to earn some extra money for her family, Jess fibbed her way into a psychological study she accidentally eavesdrops on her two clients chatting about while in their apartment applying their night out on the town make-up.
She enters the study with no problems and is known as Subject 52, (An anonymous girl)
Jess is prompted to answer honestly a serious of questions about morals, values & ethics on a laptop in an empty classroom.
Jess finds herself opening up, no holds barred with personal instances in her past.
She becomes so entrenched in the study and with the professor conducting it that she begins to get tangled in the professor’s personal life.
To avoid spoilers, I’ll just say it gets super suspenseful and I couldn’t stop reading.
This writing duo has meshed well and has a talent for unfolding the story at just the right pace to give you just enough details to avoid getting lost, but not enough to figure out where the story will take you.
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