RM Book Lounge – Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn

Nick and Amy have been through some tough times since they both lost their city jobs, but as a couple they seem to be doing well – until Amy disappears on their 5th wedding anniversary.  Your first instinct is to see this as a tragedy for a young couple.  But as you learn the story of Amy’s disappearance from Nick’s narration, and the story of their marriage from Amy’s diary entries, you’ll be pulled into a psychological thriller that will shock you, and make you rethink everything…

Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn

“I can tell you it’s an ingenious and viperish thriller — and that no matter how smart you think you are, it’s going to bite you.”Jeff Giles, EW.com

Flynn, an extraordinarily good writer, plays her readers with the finesse and delicacy of an expert angler. She wields her unreliable narrators – and just who are they? – to stunning effect, baffling, disturbing and delighting in turn, practically guaranteeing an immediate reread once her terrifying, wonderful conclusion is reached. - Allison Flood, The Observer

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Elysha Schickel

After four years of college and creating many answers to the question “So, what next?” Elysha Schickel is starting to figure it all out.  An avid reader who is addicted to researching anything that sparks her interest, and who loves to spread her knowledge to everyone she knows, Elysha is thrilled that at RebelMom, she’s found a way to combine all these interests with her love of writing.   She’s a recent graduate of Providence College with a B.A. in Humanities.

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