Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn is a crime thriller released in 2012. This critically acclaimed New York Time best seller, which was adapted into an equally well received movie by the same title in 2014, is now available as a free audiobook download. With over two million copies sold, Gone Girl has quickly reached the status of a modern classic, praised for its high level of ingenuity and suspense, fast pace as well as plot twists that will make it nearly impossible to put this book down.
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Plot of Gone Girl
On a summer’s day in North Carthage, Missouri, Nick and Amy Dunne wake up to the fifth anniversary of their wedding. But when Amy goes missing, it’s clear that there will be no celebration.
Being the inspiration for the fictional yet based on reality book series Amazing Amy written by her parents Rand and Marybeth Elliott, Amy’s disappearance soon becomes the top media story. Statements, clues found at the crime scene and Nicks cold, sometimes inappropriate behavior in front of the camera soon starts to turn him into the main suspect in the case. As the net begins to close around him, Nick continues to claim he is innocent. He still has his twin sister Margot – with whom he owns a bar called The Bar – who believes in him, but how can Nick prove his innocence when almost nobody believes in it, and when there is no body to be found?
We see Nicks story after Amy’s disappearance unfold, but interwoven with this we see another side of the story through the pages of Amy’s diary, which she kept from the moment she and Nick met up until she disappeared. We learn which tragic family circumstances led Nick and Amy to move from New York to Nick’s home town in Missouri. Through the time, Amy describes how her dream marriage crumbles into one of fear and abuse.
As the past and present timeline crawl closer to each other, this addictive suspense thriller will finally lead you to the truth: what has happened to Amy? But as it turns out, this is not the final question that needs answering…
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Other audiobooks by Gillian Flynn
Crime is a prominent theme in the three books which Flynn has written thus far. Her award winning debut Sharp Objects focuses on the story of a serial killer and a reporter in a town in Missouri, while Flynn’s second book Dark Places (2009) centers around a woman who investigates if her brother was the one who murdered their family. Dark Places was made into a movie directed by Gilles Paquet-Brenner in 2015. Flynn has a cameo in i.Gillian Flynn had over 15 years of experience in journalism under her belt when her first book called Sharp Objects was released in 2006. Between 1998 and 2008 – when she was laid off, she worked as a television and film critic for Entertainment Weekly. Besides the book, Flynn wrote the screenplay for the movie adaption of Gone Girl (2014) by director David Fincher.
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