Luckiest Girl Alive by Jessica Knoll is a dark and gripping novel that reveals the traumatic past of Ani FaNelli, a writer for a popular women's magazine. This book shows how the strong desire to belong and to be liked makes people do things they would not ordinarily do. It also illustrates how the influences of youth carry over into adulthood and affect basic character even as people search for happiness.
Twenty-eight-year-old Ani FaNelli is a successful writer for The Women's Magazine. She sees her engagement to well-to-do Luke Harrison as part of her success. Experiences she had in high school make her want to change her image, so she calls herself Ani and cannot wait to change her last name to Harrison when she is married. At the same time, she is preparing to take part in an HBO documentary about an incident that occurred at The Bradley School.
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