Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Dark Places by Gillian Flynn

Reading Dark Places by Gillian Flynn
made everything seem, well, dark.

It's a brutal story - 
Libby Day witnessed her brother murder her mother and two sisters.
She is an introvert (well who can blame her)
and she's running out of money (well, yes, of course!)
and she starts to delve into what happened that January night in 1985
so she can pay her rent.

It's a great mystery
lots of twists and turns and ah- ha!s
but it was still kind of dark.

I enjoyed Gone Girl and I enjoyed this one too
but I think I need something a little light and fluffy
to give the dark a rest.

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