You Are Not Alone – Book Review

Hey all! I have just finished reading You Are Not Alone by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen.

You Are Not Alone: The Most Gripping Thriller of the Year from the Bestselling Authors of the Richard and Judy Smash Hit The Wife Between Us by [Greer Hendricks, Sarah Pekkanen]

You probably know someone like Shay Miller. She wants to find love, but it eludes her. She wants to be fulfilled, but her job is a dead end. She wants to belong, but her life is becoming increasingly isolated.

You probably don’t know anyone like the Moore sisters. They have an unbreakable circle of friends. They live a life of glamour and perfection. They always get what they desire.

Shay thinks she wants their life.

But what they really want is hers.

No. of pages: 353 pages

Date published :- February 27th 2020

Genre:- Psychological Thriller

Sarah Pekkanen

Sarah Pekkanen is the internationally-bestselling author of THE WIFE BETWEEN US and the upcoming AN ANONYMOUS GIRL, cowritten with Greer Hendricks.

THE WIFE BETWEEN US – an instant New York Times bestseller – is a twisty psychological tale that has been optioned for film by Amblin Entertainment. Sarah and Greer are penning the screenplay for Amblin.

AN ANONMYOUS GIRL is currently in production as a television series by eOne,with Sarah and Greer serving as executive producers.

Sarah is also the author of eight solo novels.

Greer Hendricks

GREER HENDRICKS is the coauthor of the New York Times bestseller The Wife Between Us. Prior to becoming a novelist, she spent over two decades as an editor at Simon & Schuster. She obtained her master’s degree in journalism from Columbia University, and her writing has appeared in The New York Times, Allure, and Publisher’s Weekly. She lives in Manhattan with her husband and two children.

This is the second book I have read from this author duo. The first book I have read from these authors (and their second book), An Anonymous Girl was so fast paced thriller that I was actually excited to read their latest book. (I still haven’t read their debut books The Wife Between Us). And there were so many favorable reviews that I couldn’t wait to get my hands on this book and finally I did.

I am having mixed feelings about this book.

Shay Miller is a lonely thirty something year old woman who is into data and statistics having lost her job recently and coping with the fact that her roommate, Sean, whom she had secret crush on was dating another girl. One Sunday, while waiting for the subway train, Shay witness a woman committing suicide by jumping in front of the train. Then Shay’s life changes as she then meets two vibrant sisters, Cassandra and Jane at that woman’s memorial service, as Shay was struggling and dealing about the woman’s death. Shay’s life changes when she becomes friends with the two sisters, but the two sisters want something else from her…

I have to say, the story was good but sadly, this was not as good as An Anonymous Girl. However, the thrill in the book was there, with some twists and turns, though I should say, it was a bit predictable in the end. The writing was good however as the authors did manager to make the reader hook into the story. The characters to me was bland, Shay really naive and Cassandra and Jane seem to be those over the top villainess that you wouldn’t really want to mess up with.

Overall it was a good book, worth four stars as it was actually a fast paced thriller with twists and turns.

four stars copy – Bollywood Journalist


  1. I haven’t read anything from these authors yet but I’m so excited to! I’ll probably start with ‘An Anonymous Girl’ though.. it just sounds more gripping.
    Thank you! Great review!

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      1. Guess I will just have to read them both! Now I just need the books and enough time to read them..


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