An Anonymous Girl by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen

Honestly, I tried. I really tried! I was gifted an advanced copy of this book by St Martins Press (THANK YOU!) and thought I could wait to read it. I just couldn’t wait any longer.

Jess is desperate for money. Her sister is handicapped and her parents can barely make ends meet. Her parents think Jess is a makeup artist for the rich and famous, but its far from the truth. One day, she overhears one of her makeup clients talking about a psych survey they are getting paid to do. Jess wants in. She arrives and completes the survey as advertised, but seems to do way better than the rest of the participants. Soon enough, Jess becomes the sole subject of the morality psychology test, but is it really what it’s all cracked up to be? The professor seems to have a hidden agenda…but what is it?

I’m just going to flat out say it – this book is amazing. It was everything I hoped it would be and more. I kept texting my friends who had already read the book trying to figure out the end and predict what was going to happen. I could never get it right – the book blew me away each time. That is what I call an excellent book. This book is already in the works of becoming a short series television show and I can’t wait. All the stars for this read! It’s well worth the wait. PS. Go read The Wife Between Us while you wait!

5/5 Stars

3 thoughts on “An Anonymous Girl by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen

  1. Jessica’s and Dr. Shields’ narratives and skewed perspectives drew me in from the get-go. Their evolving connection starts off as a slow burn but about midway, the story really kicks into high gear. Loved and despised these obsessive and flawed characters, the imaginative storyline and slow-building tension.

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