Gone GirlGone Girl by Gillian Flynn
My rating: 2 of 5 stars

Why is this book such a runaway best seller? Once I realized the chapter titles gave away much of the plotline, it was downhill afterwards. The two main characters are so unlikeable that it became impossible to sympathize with either one, and that was before I realized one was psychotic and the other a dimwitted fool.

After finally giving up and skimming, the book came to a totally predictable ending, and I was wishing for a refund.

There are so many well written mysteries and suspense novels out there that one should skip this book, and get some advice from a librarian.

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