I loved the way the male and female voices went back and forth as they told Nick and Amy's story. After all the hype the book received, I was excited to see where the story led me. It didn't take me long to get bored. The first part of the book dragged and I almost stopped listening three or four times. But I had already invested so much time in the book, I felt like I had to keep going. I do have to say that I predicted the twist. (I had seen this in a long ago episode of The Young and the Restless soap opera.) Even so, the details were mind boggling. So I kept listening. And then came the end. What a disappointment. It's as if someone told Ms. Flynn, "you have 10 minutes to finish the book" and so she flew to the end. It ended so flat. So, nineteen hours and fourteen minutes later, I can say that I read "Gone Girl," but I can't tell you why.
Loved the book, couldn't stop listening, but was really disappointed with the ending. However, I would absolutely recommend, we can't all like the ending :)
I would absolutely read another book by this author & these narrorators.
I have not read or listened to this but my wife did and my adult daughter is, and they both say the same thing "it pisses them off". So, just a warning to y'all.
I loved reading about King Arthur and Knights of the round table when I was a wee lad. Now I am older and love Game of Thrones!
Loved it. All the reviews base can't be wrong! A great story! Not disappointed.
Such a negative outlook on life and relationship.
Didn't particularly care for the voices and really didn't like the way it went from girl's view to guy's view, back and forth.
Not for me
Say something about yourself!
Probably to much in the media. I was expecting more. Sure the story was good. it's was the end that was disappointing. perhaps the movie will change that.