Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn is convoluted, pacey and incredibly clever!
The thriller novel Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn was named as one of the best books of the year by The Chicago Tribune, Newsday, HuffPost, Newsday and the San Francisco Chronicle. It was also a #1 New York Times bestseller.
On their wedding anniversary, Nick Dunne comes home. His wife, Amy, is missing. Her disappearance hits the media whilst the police find evidence of a struggle at the property. The husband is portrayed as the prime suspect by the media.
The marriage had degraded over time and Nick cheated on his wife. That was a mistake!
The police begin to build a picture with their investigation as evidence points to a murder, committed by Nick.
It’s difficult to tell you more of the story without spoiling it – so I won’t.
Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn is a great fiction read from a truly talented writer.
CNN named the Gone Girl book as one of the most influential books of the decade whilst Time and Entertainment weekly said it was one of the best books of the decade. The New York Times, O: The Oprah Magazine, USA Today, People and the Kansas City Star named it as one of the ten best books of the year.