It's funny for me to say , but I found myself rooting for the psycho. Glad it made its way back the way I hoped it would. Crazy got away with it
The story flows well and keeps the reader's interest. One moment you love the characters and the next you hate them. Lots of plot twists and turns, some are predictable and others are not.
My work prevents me from sitting and reading a good book, but Audible gave me that back!
I tried to keep an open mind as I read the book and certainly was looking forward to the "spectacular ending" I read about in all the reviews. Also, I heard a lot of "you won't believe what happens at the end" comment from my friends so you can imagine how much anticipation I had as I began reading. With that said, however, I must admit that I was left a little bit disappointed. Although the entire book was very entertaining and it certainly was exciting to read the intricate details that the character Amy thought up in order to disseminate her husband, I would've been much happier if Amy had truly been "gone girl" at the final page. Still and all, a fantastic book!
I figured out the twist etc fairly early on. Wasn't really interested after 3/4 of the way through which is odd for me I could piece together enough and that was good for me. I finished it though and didn't care for the ending
Performance wise. The male narrator was great. The female one was okay until she did a guy's voice then it was off putting.