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Greer Hendricks & Sarah Pekkanen - An Anonymous Girl
This year, I'm reading a bit more slowly. Or at least, so it seems. I'm also reading books that I think will be good and are new. Instead of going for goals, I'm more going for reading what I like now. Sounds like someone who can't reach his goals would say, right?
One of these books that was recently released, is An Anonymous Girl. It’s written by two authors and you can see that, but not too much. The problem with two authors is that the two writing styles need to align throughout the book. I think these ladies did a wonderful thing in that regard.
There’s a lot of suspense in this book, which is good for a psychological suspense novel I guess. The way it’s written, it always leaves you wanting to read more. There’s some action but most of the story is really about thinking and making tough decisions.
I started out as liking the main character, then got to dislike her because she seemed overly naive. Then I liked her again because she finally stood up for herself. That was long overdue.
Near the beginning of the third part, I was thinking: wow, there’s no character development at all in this book. There’s just a cat and its prey. But the authors proved me wrong. Jessica goes through a large transformation that also makes you feel with her.
This book was very enjoyable. If you want a fun book that’s quite mature and keeps you turning pages, read this. It’s definitely a ✩✩✩✩ book!
Did you read An Anonymous Girl? What’s your opinion on it? Let me know by leaving a comment below!