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Review: Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn

Professing his innocence, mounting evidence leads to a trail of lies and deceit, some of which makes him seem like the number one suspect. Along with his sister, Go, he sets out to prove his innocence but if he didn't do it than where is Amy and what happened to her? 

If you haven't read this book yet, it is one of those books that giving too much away will ruin it, so I want to let those who haven't read it enjoy it. I will let you know to prepare because it is about 415 pages but once you start reading the story, the plot takes you in so many places that you just keep flipping the pages. I thought it took a little bit but once you get a few chapters in, thats when the book really takes off.  Gillian's ability to write such as amazing well written narrative keeps you interested but unlike other thrillers in which the plot seem predictable, this wasn't. 

All the twists and turns make you feel so many different emotions that you just don't want to put the book down. I love the way she writes from the point of view of each character. It really gives you the opportunity to not only get the story from their perspective but she become engrossed in their lives and feel part of the story. The only thing that disappointed me was the end. I wish where the story was heading justice would've came in another form. You might feel differently. I still think it's definutely worth taking a chance.

Reviewed by Michelle Bowles

Book Information
Publisher: Crown Publishing
Release Date: 6/5/12
Pages:432

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