Gone for Good is a contemporary fiction novel with a great storyline and you will witness the literary craft and imagination of author par excellence. Harlan Coben is the novelist, who has done well within his capacity of a writer. For narration, Jonathan Marosz voice has created magic, which most of the audience loved.
Will Klein always had a hero to whom he looked up to, while he was growing up. His hero was Ken, his brother. At the time, when the ex-girlfriend of Will was found raped and subsequently murdered in the basement of her family house, Ken was considered as the prime suspect.
He ran away after such circumstances were building up. His disappearance lasted for a decade, while defying international manhunt. He was then presumed as dead. Mother of Wills on her deathbed tells him that Ken is still alive. Right at that time, the current girlfriend of Will goes missing and Will discovers several suspicious things about her and finds that she is not what she seemed.
Having to solve this dual and complex mystery, Will gets more and more into darkness and comes much closer to a chilling secret as well. That chilling secret was big enough for him to reconsider that what he knows to be legitimate and true about the whole thing. What is true about Ken, his ex-girlfriends and more so also about himself and the circumstances building up around him all these years.