Originally posted on mookology.:
Gone Girl – Novel by Gillian Flynn
There are some books that seem to blow up all at once. It’s as if suddenly EVERYONE is reading it, EVERYONE is talking about it, and EVERYONE is waiting movie adaptation. These books are thrilling and successful, but are hardly ever very good (think The Da Vinci Code, 50 Shades of Grey), and typically have a great plot with surface level characters. Frankly, these trendy books just don’t have much depth.
Gone Girl, in many ways, falls into the category of the book-of-the-moment. Flynn’s third novel was wildly successful, with readers spanning from teenagers to parents to everyone in-between. It was one of those novels everyone stayed up until 4am reading, just trying to get through one more chapter, and couldn’t wait to gush about to their peers. But Flynn’s characters were complex. As a reader, I developed emotions towards…
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