Book 27: Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn

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          Wow what a way to change things us. From light-hearted period romances to this. I am unsure of where to begin with this book. It was one of those novel that left me speechless when I finished it and afterwards I spend hours just thinking over everything that had happened.

              At the heart of Flynn’s relationship is something most of us can relate to, a relationship. We get a glimpse at the beginning of the courtship between Amy and Nick. We see how it slowly begins to deteriorate until on their 5th anniversary Amy disappears, and things begin to look rather bleak for Nick. He is the likely suspect. Slowly evidence begins to pile up against Nick. His goal is to figure out what really happened to Amy before he is arrested and murdered for a crime he did not commit.

           Amy and Nick. They are the…

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