*** Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn

Warning: Gone Girl may cause you to stay up until 2am to figure out what really happened in what starts as a seemingly mundane, open-and-close domestic murder. Be sure to endure past the first 100 pages, which seem rather ordinary and overly arranged; there’s a good reason for that. I don’t want to give away the end so I won’t say much more than that, but I can say that the book will keep you wondering until the very end (although the very, very end seems overdone). Creepy people!


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