Gone Girl: by Gillian Flynn | Summary & Analysis

Nick Dunne is the main character of Gone Girl, a popular book written by Gillian Flynn. On the day of his fifth wedding anniversary, Nick Dunne returns to his home in North Carthage, Missouri only to find his wife Amy missing. Presents have already been wrapped and reservations have already been made. But Nick was the suspect of her own wife’s disappearance, since there are signs of struggle in the house. Nick unexpectedly lies, keeps secrets, and acts inappropriately, but he tries hard to maintain his innocence.

A very popular book with a movie title of the same name, Gone Girl is full of suspense from the beginning until the end. It haunts the readers with very dark and murky characters, presented through their scary thoughts. At the end, it punches the readers in the gut. Gone Girl is definitely an irresistible thriller with plot twists here and there that will make it hard to put down.

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A People Magazine Best Book of the Year and New York Times Janet Maslin’s 10 Favorite Books of 2012, Gone Girl is definitely a must have. It is terrifying, moving, and sometimes funny at the same time. The Gone Girl is offered in Kindle and Paperback version with free shipping. Read this exciting thriller and I hope you will be energized!

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