Tags : gillian flynn

Revisiting Literary Characters: Amy Elliott Dunne (Gone Girl)

Reading bestsellers is something I find myself consistently behind on; this summer, I finally got around to purchasing 2012’s The Girl on the Train – Gillian Flynn’s Gone Girl. A psychological thriller that centres on the disappearance of Amy Dunne and the mounting suspicion faced by her husband, Gone Girl was met with both critical […]Read More

Book Review: Sharp Objects // Gillian Flynn

Intense. Twisted. Disturbing. It would be incredibly easy to keep listing similar adjectives in an attempt to try and sum up this novel, but the truth is, none of them will ever really do it justice. Sharp Objects is Gillian Flynn’s début novel; she is best known for Gone Girl, which was famously adapted into […]Read More

Book Review: Dark Places // Gillian Flynn

This chilling tale from the author of Gone Girl, Gillian Flynn, recounts the story of the Satan Sacrifice of Kinnakee, Kansas in 1985, where a disturbed teenager allegedly murdered his mother and two of his three little sisters. To the neighborhood people, he had done it because he was possessed by the devil. To the police, […]Read More