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Martha Cox wrote:I rate the book 4 stars because it is well written and has lots of plot twists in it. But I was very disappointed in how it ended and mostly disappointed in Nick. I ended up hating both characters in the end.
Me too. When I was done I was disappointed in him. I just thought she was flat out crazy.
Apart from that I thought the book was definitely a page turner. I enjoyed how the characters unfolded, mostly because I ended up hating both of the main ones. It sounds strange, but I love to hate characters when they have some depth to them, not just boring, one dimensional characters.
The twists and turns kept me reading when I probably should have put the book down. The only issue I had was going into it knowing the big secret, it took some of the enjoyment out of it unfortunately.
L_Therese wrote:I really loved Gone Girl. I enjoyed the misdirection and the layering of the story. It allowed the characters to become that much more vivid because the reader got to really see how their minds worked. I actually read the book awhile ago (which is probably why I'm the first to reply here) on the recommendation of a friend who was also just blown away. I thought the book as a whole was super intense, which made it really hard to put down.
a lot of my friends have read this book, as well (somehow i haven't read it yet) and they all swear by it's quality. your short description makes me finally want to pick it up and give it a try! i like layering within a story, it keeps me interested.