Summary: Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn is a psychological thriller about a man named Nick who's wife, Amy goes missing on their 5th wedding anniversary...
“There’s something disturbing about recalling a warm memory and feeling utterly cold.”
Review: This book definitely made me think. It took a bit for me to get into, but once I got in; I was hooked and had to find out what happens! It was definitely hard to put down at times; it definitely threw me for a loop or two as well! I think what most impressed me with this book is all the little details that went into it, the writing of the characters, and how brilliant the writing is that mess with your perceptions! One minute you are thinking one thing and the next thing you know, you are thinking the opposite. It's pretty brilliant! I was kind of hoping for a more satisfying ending so that was a bit disappointing but overall it was a really good read! I am looking forward to reading both more psychological thrillers and the other two books from this author!
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Have you read this or Sharp Objects and/or Dark Places?