Love every genre - read a book every 2 weeks or so- I mix between business books, classics, modern fiction, and biographies
Marriage from Hell
Yes - I knew what the end result would have to be but I wanted to see how the author got us there- clever
A friend of mine told me this is a great book, but she didn't like the ending. I decided to be my own judge. And indeed, most of it is a great book, as evidenced by its popularity. The characters are well drawn. Nick is sympathetic but not perfect. Amy is a big surprise. The twists and turns keep your attention. But just when it's clear who we should be rooting for, Flynn seems to run out of gas. The ending is indeed unsatisfying -- it's like she got tired of writing and just stopped.
What a roller coaster ride! Takes you back and forth between thinking he's innocent, hating him, hating Amy, felling sorry for Amy.....wow.
Amy is brilliantly CRAZY!
Retired Political Science professor from a community college. Especially like Legal Thrillers.
Gillian Flynn has created a masterpiece. Although I had some difficulty paying attention during the first half of the book, I was hooked when the mystery began to unwind. I was never sure how the story would unfold, and I still don't know who got the last word.
The book was recommended by my daughter-in-law and it was well worth the time, I can't imagine how much effort it would take to craft a book such as this. Gillian was in like Flynn!
No one that I know that has read this book
this was just plain weird
Yes, It was a nice lil story to listen to while doing laundry ;)
Not on the edge but curious yes.
Curious about the movie coming out.
My name is Diane Heine not Larry Bruce.
I have no idea. I hated the format. So hard to finish
I still like mysteries
The reader was ok but the story and format was not. Don't know how or why they would make a movie from it.
It caught and held my attention via pure storyline.
Never really liking any character as the story unfolds, but able to picture them.
Different characters, different points of view.
Neither and both. They did equally well.
I was disappointed when it ended.
The Fatal Attraction of this generation.
This book is superbly written, performed perfectly by narrators Julia Whelan and Kirby Heyborne, and plotted to perfection.
It will keep you guessing, will make you wonder which one of these two people you should be rooting for (you flip flop several times), and ends in a way that delights.
After reading a string of bad to mediocre books, this one has restored my faith that there are excellent writers out there.