An Anonymous Girl

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An Anonymous GirlAn Anonymous Girl by Greer Hendricks

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Antagonistic, chilling, and frightening are the words that come to my mind when I try to describe this novel. After stories like this, I start to question everyone and everything around me. Interesting, isn’t it, how a person can really think they can play and manipulate real people like marionettes? Welcome to the world of Dr. Lydia Shields, where everything is possible…

A struggling make-up artist Jess Farris hears of a psychology study from her client. Rules seem to be simple: arrive on time, answer a few questions, and receive $500 at the end of the two-day study. However, days after the study is completed, Jess receives a text message, from Dr. Shield, with an offer she can’t refuse. Within a few weeks, Jess starts to question every “test” and “request” Dr. Shields sets up for “Subject 52”…

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