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Gone Girl By Gillian Flynn

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Gone Girl is a novel written by author Gillian Flynn. It is written as a contemporary thriller novel and is first published in June 2012. The novel’s core mystery stems from an uncertainty about the protagonist, Nick Dunne. Whether Nick killed his wife, Amy Dunne, is the suspense the novel is built up on. The novel is well received throughout the United States and other English-speaking nations.

Gone Girl centers its story about Nick and Amy Dunne’s strained marriage relationship. Nick used to work as a journalist, but loses his job. With his broke financial status, Nick decides to relocate from New York City to his smaller home town, North Carthage. In an attempt of recovering from his financial deprivations, Nick opens a bar using the money from his wife. Nick runs the bar along with his twin sister Margo, providing a decent living for his family. But, as they days go by, his marriage with Amy is falling apart slowly. Amy resents her new life.

On a summer morning in Missouri, when Nick and Amy are celebrating their fifth wedding anniversary along with their relatives and acquaintances, Amy goes missing. Police’s eyes turn towards Nick as an act of suspicion, since Nick used Amy’s money for his business and their relationship is strained. As the police delve into the investigation, different shades of stories come out from Nick’s and Amy’s sides. The suspense of the book is carried until the actual information is demystified.




11 reviews for Gone Girl By Gillian Flynn

  1. Vaseem Akram (Verified Purchase)

    i’ve never read a thriller book so thrilling like gone girl. i loved this book from end to end. it plays with your brain so well that at every point when u try to guess what will happen next, you’ll be wrong. it is a great book , absolutely worth reading.

  2. Dinesh Dhinwa (Verified Purchase)

    Awesome book! I don’t want to say anything about the story and spoil it. The quality of the book is good for a used book.
    The suspense in the story will keep you guessing, and there will be a twist to the story, which will knock you out and you’ll have to start guessing from the start again

  3. prakash choudhary (Verified Purchase)

    I am genuinely surprised by the all the hype surrounding this book. I am equally surprised by the number of people that gave it four and five stars. The writing was engaging but rather hollow. It lacked depth. It seemed as though the author threw in complex words to show off her intelligence instead of using vocabulary to build the story.

  4. Pawan Malhotra (Verified Purchase)

    I do not reveal any story or plot synopsis in my review. I don’t need to give you them as you can read that else where and I heavily recommend you don’t. The story gripped me from start to finish. A wonderful book for any class, book club or personal reading. Enjoy.

  5. Anirban Sinha (Verified Purchase)

    Really loved the book. Had already read the other two books written by Flynn, which in my personal opinion were better stories. However, really enjoyed the premise and the underlying psyche of this book. The narrative is exactly what I have come to expect of Flynn. The movie clearly doesn’t do justice to the book.

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