Publish date: January 3rd 2007
Publisher: Weidenfeld & Nicolson
Pages no: 272
Edition language: English
Well, my original suspicion from somewhere around 25-30% was correct. I was hoping I was wrong and there would be some great twist, but it was still a well-told story.I didn't love this book. I tried to read Gone Girl a few times and just couldn't get into it, but I decided to try this one anyway, b...
Camille Preaker is a reporter in Chicago. Her boss thinks it would be a good idea for her to return to her hometown in Missouri to cover the murder of two preteen girls before someone else gets hold of the story first. To say Camille does not get along with her mother is an understatement - she is a...
Totally messed up and a little predictable, but thoroughly difficult to put down.
I´m going to grant Gillian Flynn one thing: she writes compelling stories and I finished this book within two days. But oh boy, this book is disgusting. It´s like Flynn tried to put everything that can be remotely offending to people in one book (and this comes from a person, who is not easily offen...
Camille Preaker, cub reporter on the crime beat of a minor Chicago newspaper, is reluctant to accept the assignment when her editor sends her back to her hometown, Wind Gap, MO, to investigate the death of two pre-teen girls within a nine-month period. Wind Gap is one of those small towns where eve...
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