Some truths you can never escape.
Then, “Jane” was just your typical 17-year-old girl in a typical New England suburb getting ready to start her senior year. She had a part-time job she liked, an awesome best friend, overbearing but loving parents, and a crush on a boy who was taking her to see her favorite band. She never would’ve imagined that in her town where virtually nothing ever happens, a series of small coincidences would lead to a devastating turn of events that would forever change her life.
Now, it’s been three months since “Jane” escaped captivity and returned home. Three months of being that girl who was kidnapped, the girl who was held by a “monster.” Three months of writing down everything she remembered from those seven months locked up in that stark white room. But, what if everything you thought you knew—everything you thought you experienced—turned out to be a lie?
Advanced Praise for Jane Anonymous:
“Equal parts terrifying and heartbreaking. I’m STILL thinking about it.” —Stacey Kade, author of Finding Felicity
“A brave and bold piece of fiction. Riveting. It will scare you, intrigue you, and keep you up reading way too late.” —C.C. Hunter, bestselling author
“A taut, potent page-turner, replete with shivers and plenty of twists. Ratchets up the tension and digs deep, offering the reader a nuanced reflection on identity, memory, and intimacy that grabs hold and doesn’t let go.” —Micol Ostow, bestselling author of Riverdale
"Jane Anonymous is a haunting, horrifying tale I won't soon forget. Jane grabbed me from the first page and still refuses to let go." —Cyn Balog, Author of Alone and That Night
“Thrilling, captivating, and compulsively readable.”—Leila Sales, author of This Song Will Save Your Life