Book Review: Gone Girl

August 1, 2013 Books to Read, Fiction, Mysteries/Thrillers 2

Gone GirlGone Girl: A Novel by Gillian Flynn
Released June, 2012
434 Pages
Bottom Line: Read it.
Source: Purchased

Plot Summary

Following the disappearance of his wife, Amy, Nick Dunne faces questions about his marriage from the police, the public, the media, and, most importantly, from himself.

My Thoughts

This book is a psychological thriller that reads like chick lit (in a good way). The story is utterly horrifying and I couldn’t put it down. The main characters are smart, witty, and clever – for better and for worse. The story turns on its head at multiple points – I said “holy sh*t” out loud more than once because I was caught completely off guard. But, similar to the scene with the coffee mug at the end of The Usual Suspects, once the truth reveals itself, all the little details fall into place. I don’t want to say too much more about it because enjoying the unexpected twists are key to this book. Gone Girl is on my Page Turners and Book Club Recommendations lists.

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