An Anonymous Girl is a beautiful book by famous authors Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen. The content of the book is about the amazement of doubt, passion and how much you trust anyone.
We invite you to listen to this fascinating story. Here are the top 3 reviews and comments that readers love about this fascinating book.
Review 1: An Anonymous Girl Audiobook by Dee Arr
How Would YOU Respond if Your Ethics Were Questioned? Here’s a Frightening Example…
It is nearly impossible to describe this book without revealing essential pieces of the plot, key elements that will be much more exciting if you are allowed to discover them on your own. It will be far easier to explain, if you are a lover of suspense/thriller talfes, why you must read this book.
The story is told in first person present. I am not normally a fan of this POV and tense, but in this story, the choices work. What makes it special is that there are two narrators, swapping back and forth, chapter to chapter. Even though the POV puts us inside each narrator’s head, everything is not always revealed to the reader. Instead, it is portioned out in slow measure, driving the suspense higher as you progress further into the book. Even right up to the end, the true motives of all the characters are not fully revealed, which enables the authors to weave feelings of danger throughout the pages, leaving us to wonder if the heroine will survive until the end.
The writing is impeccable, and there are no plot holes that could have damaged the integrity of the story. Even with all her faults, the main protagonist Jessica is likeable, and I soon found myself identifying with her questions and fears. Once I began reading it was hard to stop, and most of the book was completed in one sitting.
Bottom line: This is a tight, psychological suspense story that will periodically have you on the edge of your seat. The scariness is primarily generated by the fears (perceived and real) in Jessica’s mind, aided by the information from the second narrator. The story also examines morality and ethics, as “What would you do if…” questions quickly merge with a frightening reality. Can’t recommend this one enough. Five stars.
Review 2: An Anonymous Girl Audiobook by Rockstar
I loved the other book by this author, it was one of my favorites, but this one…it was so boring, I had to force myself to finish it. I feel like nothing happened! The psychiatrist (psychologist?) Dr. Fields in the book was a very one dimensional shallow character (the writing was stilted and it was almost like she was a robot). The other narrator, Jessica wasn’t likable at all (another one dimensional character). The idea was good (a stalker type doctor) but she wasn’t even as crazy as she could have been. Honestly, I can’t even remember what the BIG twist was at the end. Very boring.
Review 3: An Anonymous Girl Audiobook by M. Holly
I have finally made it to Chapter 29. Page 156. It has taken me forever to get this far. Normally, I devour books and read a couple a week. I can barely read five pages a night. The only reason I’m not giving up is because I paid for it in hardback and I am stubborn when I have spent that amount of money. . It is incredibly boring. So far there is zero point to this book. I don’t know where it’s going and I don’t care. I have no idea why there are so many great reviews. No idea!
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