Monday, January 7, 2019

An Anonymous Girl by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen



Quite possibly one of the most unique story lines for a psychological thriller! I thought they had all been used at least once and then some. Not this one, this is like none other that I have read. It had me pondering how the heck did the authors come up with this? Brilliant, unique and twisted could all be used to describe this book. I read this as a group read with my fellow Traveling Sisters and it was quite the hit.

Jessica is a struggling make up artist that decides to sign up for a psychological study at the local university. The study is run by Dr. Shields a respected instructor at the university, what could go wrong? Let's just say things got really weird........

Wow! this book took unethical to a different level. The nurse in me kept screaming OMG what are you doing Dr. Shields?! Why is Jessica going along with this? This book begs to question the age old question of ethics, human nature and what people will do. How far are people willing to go when being pushed? If you are looking for a twisted, crazy book that you can't put down, this is it!

Thank you so much to Greer Hendricks, Sarah Pekkanen, St. Martin's Press and Netgalley for this ARC!
 

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