I need to be careful what I say about Gone Girl, because I don't want to give anything away!
Nick and Amy are about to celebrate their fifth wedding anniversary when Amy suddenly disappears. We don't know what happened to her - is she missing, was she murdered - but we do know that Nick is the prime suspect in the police investigation. This book alternates between Amy's past diary entries and Nick's current experiences to lead the reader to the outcome of this scenario.
This book had me in a reading spell and I loved reading the ups and downs of the investigation and of Nick and Amy's relationship. There were no lack of twists and turns in this book, and it was another example of an author truly allowing the readers to get into the heads of the characters in the book.
The only thing that I wasn't too fond of was the ending (*sigh*). I'm going to pretend that I'm reading it all over again - and this time, I'm going to forget that the last three chapters ever happened and turn the book into a "create-your-own-ending" book.
So, while this blog post about "Gone Girl" is quite short, I highly recommend this one. (I kept it short because I assume everyone will want to go out and read it - no spoiler alerts!) It was a good read, it kept me guessing, and it captured me in the world of some truly twisted characters.