Title: Gone Girl

Author: Gillian Flynn

Publisher: Hachette India

Rating: 3.9/5

Genre: Thriller

The thriller of the year 2012, Gone Girl is one amazing book. This is a story of a girl, Amy Dunne, famous for the book series published by her parents, Amazing Amy, portraying her life story.

Amy Dunne always had what she wanted. Since high school to her future partner, she had it all on track until she found the truth of her husband. What did she do about it? She left. She was gone. Nick Dunne, Amy’s husband is trying to find her amid balancing his bottled up feelings and cooperating with the police.

The story starts with Nick Dunne telling how his married life has turned out to be. Amy has told her side of the story through diary entries. But should one trust diary entries though they are found with old dates?

This story will keep you awake when you can’t even keep open your eyelids. This is the story of betrayal. Even when the mystery will be solved, you will be curious about the ending. And after completing the boo, you won’t be able to stop questioning it.

The writing style is engaging and pretty artistic. Gillian Flynn has not only showed her talent in the storyline, but her command on the words. At times, the reader will feel betrayed because the author kept a particular piece of information with her.

Readers who are crazy about thriller and suspense should definitely read this book.

About the Author

Literary Birthday – 24 February – Gillian Flynn | Writers Write

Gillian Schieber Flynn(born February 24, 1971) is an American writer. Flynn has published three novels, Sharp Objects, Dark Places, and Gone Girl, all three of which have been adapted for film or television. Flynn wrote the adaptations for the 2014 Gone Girl film and the HBO limited series Sharp Objects.

Ekta Singh Chandel

Ekta Singh Chandel

Ekta Singh is an Aerospace Engineer. She likes to read and talk about books. She loves to write and aspires to be an author and an entrepreneur.
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