Win GONE GIRL by Gillian Flynn
After Nick Donne wakes on his fifth wedding anniversary to find his wife Amy missing, he becomes the police’s main suspect. Strange searches on his computer and reports from her friends that she was scared of him all point the finger of guilt. But as the truth emerges from Nick’s twitchy account of the investigation and Amy’s increasingly desperate diary entries, we’re forced to ask ourselves: just how well can you ever know the person you love? Independent on Sunday reviewer Doug Johnstone raved:
Flynn is, without doubt, at the front of the pack of American thriller writers. The characterisation, plot, dialogue, description and social commentary are all razor sharp, snappy and precise without being too stylistically so.’
Alison Flood in the Observer agreed:
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.
Thanks to Orion, we’ve got five copies of GONE GIRL up for grabs. For your chance to win one, tell us: What was the name of Gillian Flynn’s prize-winning debut novel? Send entries to