Het gelukkigste meisje ter wereld

Jessica Knoll (author), Erica Feberwee (translator)
Na haar traumatiserende tienerjaren op de prestigieuze Bradley School bouwt Ani FaNelli zorgvuldig een nieuwe identiteit op. Met haar glamoureuze baan, goedgevulde kleerkast en succesvolle verloofde lacht het leven haar toe. Maar Ani heeft een geheim. Duistere kwelgeesten uit het verleden bedreigen haar wanhopig gecreëerde illusie van perfectie. In een razend tempo en vol onverwachte wendingen bes
Het gelukkigste meisje ter wereld
Jessica Knoll
Erica Feberwee
Original language
Original title
Luckiest girl alive
Antwerpen: Manteau, 2016
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About Jessica Knoll

Luckiest Girl Alive is a 2015 New York Times Bestselling mystery novel written by the American author Jessica Knoll, and is her debut work. It was first published on May 12, 2015, by Simon & Schuster in the United States, and Pan Macmillan in Australia, and is written in the first-person narrative. The novel follows a young woman who has sought to reinvent herself in her adult life, following a series of horrifying events during her teenage years. During the book the lead character, Ani Fanelli, is also referred to by several different names: TifAni FaNelli, Tif, and Finny.

In April 2015, Lionsgate announced that they had optioned the film rights to Luckiest Girl Alive, with Reese Witherspoon's Pacific Standard set to produce. It was announced in February 2021, that Mila Kunis is set to star in the film, now at Netflix. Produced by Made Up Stories and Picturestart, the screenplay was written by Knoll and will be directed by Mike Barker.

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