"Marriage can be a real killer." That's the start of the synopsis behind the book Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn. I just finished this book last week and I didn't think it would suck me in so much. This book seriously should be a movie.
I don't want to give too much away because this book is a thriller and a page turner. So, there is this perfect couple Nick and Amy and they have the perfect marriage until they start to notice each others true colors. They say you don't know someone until you live with them, well this is what happened to Nick and Amy. On their fifth anniversary Amy goes missing form their home and because people watch too many lifetime movies the first suspect is Nick her husband. Throughout the investigation Nick tells a series of lies that do not help his case to cover up his past bad behavior and Amy's discovered diary does't make him look any more innocent. People from Amy's past show up and hint that she is not the post sane person ever and could put any one on edge of murder.
I feel like this summary just doesn't do the book any justice because I can't give away the anything because their are so many secrets to discover. Just know you won't be bored reading this. If you are in to Romance, Law and Order (SVU), CSI, all those crime shows with a hint of romance you'll love this book. It's truly a page turner and once you get to the good part it starts with another part of the story that will make you want to turn the pages faster.
source: barnes & noble