The instant #1 New York Times bestseller (January 2019) everyone is talking about!
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"Hendricks and Pekkanen are at the top of their game...You won't see the final twist coming." —People Magazine
“Beware strange psychologists…the authors know exactly how to play on their characters’ love of danger to bring them to the brink of disaster - and dare them to jump off.” —New York Times Book Review
"Slickly twisty [with] gasp-worthy final twists...major league suspense." —Publishers Weekly (starred review)
"For those who relished the creepy stalking in Hendricks and Pekkanen's The Wife Between Us, this unnerving tale will have them rethinking what secrets are safe to share and if moral and ethics really matter when protecting the ones you love." —Library Journal (starred review)
"Masterfully escalates the suspense." —Booklist (starred review)
Looking to earn some easy cash, Jessica Farris agrees to be a test subject in a psychological study about ethics and morality. But as the study moves from the exam room to the real world, the line between what is real and what is one of Dr. Shields’s experiments blurs.
Dr. Shields seems to know what Jess is thinking… and what she’s hiding.
Jessica’s behavior will not only be monitored, but manipulated.
Caught in a web of attraction, deceit and jealousy, Jess quickly learns that some obsessions can be deadly.
From the authors of the blockbuster bestseller The Wife Between Us, Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen, An Anonymous Girl will keep you riveted through the last shocking twist.
An Anonymous Girl book summary coming soon..
It was good and kept me intrigued, but it was underwhelming and predictable. 35
Just ok 35
These books are light reads, with built up twists and turns as you keep reading, further into the book. If your looking for an entertaining light read. This would be a good book for you, as well as the other book mentioned in my title 45
I bought this book for a long flight and finished quickly. It had tense, thriller moments where I anticipated something climatic to happen, but it never really got to that point where I thought; “oh my gosh, this is crazy good!” The beginning and middle were my favorite parts; the ending should have been just as exciting and thrilling. However, the outcome fell pretty flat. It was entertaining though and an easy read. 35
This book was very interesting, after reading other reviews I gave it a try because I love psychological thrillers.. and this book is a good one, a book that makes you think, and question what’s going on in the story. It also makes you think about ethical morals as a person in life.... the ending was a fair ending, wish it could have been more clever, but still a fun read. I would recommend! 45
Read this in one day it was so good! 55
Loved this book, couldn’t put it down! DianneB1000 55
Not very suspenseful. Like another reviewer said, the whole story was pretty much told within the first 100 pages. 25
Must I say more? 25
I was a huge fan of the book written by these two women, ‘The Wife Between Us’ so I thought for sure I would enjoy this one. Though I appreciate the story coming from two different characters, the book was just not told well. The suspense never lingered, the story was already told almost to its entirety with 100 pages left (mind you, it’s only roughly 250 pages so already knowing the whole story at 150 pages isn’t ideal). I only finished reading because it’s difficult for me to stop reading a book in the middle of it, no matter how horrible it turns out to be. I’m disappointed that I bought this book. Oh well, onto the next one. 25