Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn
Once you pick up Gone Girl, you will have a hard time putting it down until you reach theend. And once you reach the end, you will find yourself asking for a sequel. This story is full of unexpected plot twists as a husband is determined to find his missing wife. Her disappearance is pinned on him and he is quickly labeled a murderer in his small Missouri town. Nick stands by his innocence, even when all the evidence points directly to him, leaving the reader wondering if he really is innocent. The book is written in two parts showing different perspectives on Amy’s disappearance. What I like the most about this book, is the psychological aspect in the development of the characters. It has been criticized for the ending, which seems to fall flat, but it leaves room to develop possibilities of what could have happened.