Review: An Anonymous Girl | Greer Hendricks & Sarah Pekkanen

Motivated by her need for money, Jessica weasels her way into a psychology professor’s study on ethics and morality. She doesn’t realize that she just threw herself into the psychiatrist’s ruthless and manipulative test for her husband.

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Review: Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine | Gail Honeyman

Eleanor is cringey and socially awkward with a depressing backstory. Her life is very structured and isolated, until she becomes obsessed with a rockstar. During her quest to change herself to be more appealing to the singer, she becomes unlikely friends with the IT guy from her work.

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Review: To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before | Jenny Han

Lara Jean writes love letters to all of her past crushes—five in total—including one to her older sister’s recent ex-boyfriend. She keeps them hidden in a hatbox, never intending to actually send them. Until one day someone sends them out without her knowing.

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Review: Crazy Rich Asians | Kevin Kwan

Rachel, an American-born Chinese woman, agrees to spend the summer with her boyfriend, Nicholas, in Singapore for his friend’s wedding. She doesn’t realize how ridiculously rich his entire family and social circle are. Will Rachel be accepted by the gossipy, judgmental, and crazy high society?

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