Luckiest Girl Alive by Jessica Knoll

Another “psychological thriller” compared to Gone Girl and The Girl on the Train.  This one does not compare. Ani FaNelli has a great job, wealthy fiancé, and the perfect life she made sure to take for herself.  While she doesn’t want to risk losing everything she worked so hard for, she has secrets from her past that can ruin everything.  Ani dealt with tragedies growing up in a prestigious high school, but the author left them sounding like everyday occurrences.  Knoll could have left us with a more thrilling story, rather than a quick way to tie it all up.  Even with the reveal of her tragic past, I was not rooting for Ani at the end.

Luckiest Girl Alive


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