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Gone Girl: A Novel

Gone Girl: A Novel - Gillian Flynn I hate that I am going to be cliché here… this book is AWESOME. Gillian Flynn is a genius!

Aaaaahhhhhhh! So much feels after reading this...

I was hooked. My hands would be so tired from holding the tablet that it would slip accidentally, yeah, smacking me right there on the face. Ouch! I feel like Amy now as I set the scene here – this is my Gone Girl experience. Every time I’d get a chance, I’d bargain for another chapter. I was literally losing track of time. My nights ended in mornings (bright and sunny) and my days demanded more than one cup of coffee. I was forced to take advantage of every idle time for another page.

It is that good that I am still dumbfounded. It is beautifully written. I am still trying to digest everything. Seriously, when was the last time I felt this way about a book?

Is it possible that I could be “Psycho Amy” too? I am stoic. I could be Nick too. Gaaaah! This book fueled my capacity to over-think. I have never been so immersed, my head’s going to explode.

full review here: http://cienneolaes.wordpress.com/2014/06/08/book-review-gone-girl-by-gillian-flynn/