Anonymity Jones

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Random House Australia, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 196 pages
4 Reviews
Get out, or get even? Once, in a street not very far from yours, there lived a girl called Anonymity Jones. Anonymity's life is falling apart. Her father has left to have a mid-life crisis, her mother's new boyfriend is a definite worry, her Europe-bound sister has changed her name (just to make a point) and all her girl friends are now girlfriends, with boyfriends. And then there's the art teacher. Anonymity is losing control, and it's decision time. Does she hang on, get out, or get even?

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User Review  - May - Goodreads

4.5 stars Wow, this book was amazing. The only unsatisfactory bit about the story that bumped it down to 4.5 was that the conclusion didn't feel complete in the sense that we knew exactly where she ... Read full review

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User Review  - Shirley Marr - Goodreads

I adore the tone of this book. It's written in third person pov as opposed to first person (which is refreshing for teen girl voices) I am surprised at how much I personally learned about Anonymity ... Read full review

About the author (2010)

James Roy is the author of several children's books, including Max Quigley, Technically Not a Bully. He is the winner of four Children's Book Council of Australia Notable Books and two CBCA Honor Books.

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