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Monday, March 23, 2020

Review: Jane Anonymous - Laurie Faria Stolarz



Jane Anonymous

Review: Jane Anonymous - Laurie Faria Stolarz - January 2020
One thing I love to read about is abduction stories as I do like my thrillers. Jane Anonymous was a good read and features Jane's life BIWM - Before I Went Missing, her abduction, and the AIWF - After I was Found.  Since she has been found, she hasn't been connecting to therapists as her latest one has an office smelling of honeycomb candles which remind her of the day she was kidnapped. One thing Jane has always loved was writing, which brings us to the main purpose of what Jane Anonymous is about. Jane decides to tell us her story of what happened as a way of moving forward with things. During the book, we will learn about what happened the day she was kidnapped during her days and how she heard others and befriended Mason - one of the other guys who had been kidnapped with her. The pair become each other's saving grace. Mason tells Jane he has a plan to escape and one day they put it into action and Jane manages to escape to the police station. When she arrives, she tells them about her ordeal and wakes up in the hospital. During this time, she asks continually about Mason - however, is the real or was he a figment of her imagination? The rest of the book is Jane trying to adapt back to a normal life, but will she ever be able to after what she experienced? Find out in this addictive and emotional read "Jane Anonymous" by Laurie Faria Stolarz.


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