Gone Girl


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This women based novel will give good 19 hours long entertainment with no dull moment in the storyline, whatsoever. The author of this book is Gillian Flynn and she knows what best could be done for the listeners in the best crime mystery thriller that has great suspense as well. The narration of this book is given by the duo of Julia Whelan and Kirby Heyborne.

Marriage sometimes can be a brutal killer. This is what this novel teaches its listeners in one way or the other. One fine summer morning in Missouri on the 5th wedding anniversary of Amy and Nick, presents were being wrapped, when suddenly the beautiful and cunning wife of Nick disappeared. She disappeared form the rented mansion, which was just by the Mississippi River.

Gone Girl

Nick, the husband of the year wasn’t doing any favor to himself about the shape and slope of Amy’s head. However, a few passages from the diary of his wife revealed that the perfection of the alpha girl might have put someone in a very dangerous situation.

Upon the endless pressure exerted by police and the parents of Amy, Nick started with an endless series of deceits, lies and very inappropriate behavior. Nick was definitely bitter and somehow evasive as well. He was for sure hiding some truth. But is he the killer? That was not sure and something to be investigated further.

Gillian Flynn cannot be determined for her skills with just one novel. In order to know her closely, you must checkout her other deserving novels, which are, Sharp Objects and Dark Places. Both are crime mystery thrillers just like the subject novel and worth your while.


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