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download Õ eBook or Kindle ePUB ¿ Laurie Faria Stolarz Bestselling author Laurie Faria Stolarz’s thrilling novel Jane Anonymous is a revelatory confessional of a seventeen year old girl’s fight to escape a kidnapper and her struggles to connect with loved ones and a life that no longer exists Seven monthsThat’s how long I was kept captiveLocked in a room with a bed refrigerator and adjoining bathroom I was instructed to eat bath. This is a weird one for me to review It was extremely entertaining and gripping and I definitely feel like it accomplished what it set out to accomplish but there were times when this felt a little exploitative to me I am definitely the odd man out on this one as all of the other reviews of this are glowing so maybe I went into it with the wrong mindset but there were definitely times where I felt like handling the topic sensitively took a backseat in favor of entertainment value And it just felt odd I did still enjoy reading this one and I would say to pick it up if it interests you but definitely tread with caution if you're sensitive to any of the topics covered in this bookTW abduction being held captive death of an animal in the past emotional manipulation Thank you to the publisher and NetGalley for providing me an advance copy in exchange for this review I discussed this book in detail in this video on my BookTube channel

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Jane Anonymous review ï 3 Ì Bestselling author Laurie Faria Stolarz’s thrilling novel Jane Anonymous is a revelatory confessional of a seventeen year old girl’s fight to escape a kidnapper—and her struggles to connect with loved ones and a life that no longer exists Seven monthsThat’s how long I was kept captiveLocked in a room with a bed refriger E and behave I received meals laundered clothes and toiletries through a cat door never knowing if it was day or night The last time I saw the face of my abductor was when he dragged me fighting from the trunk of his car And when I finally escaped I prayed I’d never see him againNow that I’m home my parents and friends want everything to be like it was before I left But they d. After sitting on this review for almost a week I'm going to keep it brief I'd like to state that I'm not a teenager and therefore not the target audience so some of the issues I had with this book might not be the case for the YA crowd The writing is easy to get caught up in and the format and storytelling style make it difficult to put this book down once you've begun The author has a way with keeping the reader glued and that's no small feat My problems likely stem from having read too many psychological thrillers and I found the twist obvious in the first uarter of the book There's a really small cast of characters and it's a twist that I've read several times before but if you haven't experienced it then it might really grab you I do wish Jane Anonymous had focused slightly on the trauma and mental health issues depicted in this novel rather than the mystery behind who took Jane but again its personal preference If you're looking for a fast paced read where the pages fly by definitely give this one a try Many thanks to the publisher for providing my review copy via NetGalley

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Jane AnonymousOn’t understand that dining out and shopping trips can’t heal what’s broken inside me I barely leave my bedroom Therapists are clueless and condescending So I start my own form of therapy but writing about my experience awakens uncomfortable memories ones that should’ve stayed buried How far will I have to go to uncover the truth of what happened and will it break me forev. I know that my reviews today are beginning to be repetitive but I literally couldn't put this one down Laurie Faria Stolarz's Jane is a memorable protagonist as she recounts the seven months she was held captive and the aftermath in which she tries to rebuild her life by writing her story The chapters alternate between THEN and NOW and highlight Jane's struggle to accept the traumatic event that she survived I have no idea why I like kidnapping stories so much but something about Jane kept me from looking away All I know is that I cannot stop thinking about this book Thanks to Beatrice Jason of St Martin's Press who invited me to check out an egalley of this upcoming title on Netgalley Goodreads review published 070120Publication Date 070120