In An Anonymous Girl, our main character joins a study on morality in which she has to take a computer exam answering questions on whether or not she would do certain things that would question her morality. I found this book quick and easy to get through. Even if nothing groundbreaking is happening I feel like thrillers just have a way of sucking in the reader and this one was no exception. I did not find the twists and turns to be super mindblowing, although I don't know that I necessarily predicted them all either. I am a psychology major and I tend to be drawn to thrillers with psychology studies or settings. I have read better books within those settings, but I still really enjoyed my time reading this one.