If you read my holiday update you'll know I've recently been on holiday and I did plan to do more updates but I was blogging from an iPhone with rubbish wifi so it was difficult. Today I'm going to be talking about the two books I read and finished before my holiday even finished (This may contain spoilers) I loved both of these books and the fact that they are both now films is even better.
First of all Gone Girl, I started reading this and found it really confusing so I restarted it and I was hooked I could not put it down but I didn't want to finish it. Nick Dunne is one of the main characters and he is just an average type of guy with what you think is an average wife Amy, Amy then goes missing and fingers all get pointed to him as blood is found in his house and she has a diary written about all the abuse he put her through. It's such a clever book and I think Gillian Flynn thought up such a brilliant idea and got everything perfect. Out of the two I preferred this book as soon as I got back from my holiday I decided I had to see the film and it was only £5 from Morrisons bargain! Anyway do not watch this film with your parents there is a lot of disturbing scenes and sex scenes I mean if your parents are cool then go for it but just a warning.
I couldn't rate this book any higher if I tried it's definitely a good mystery messed up love story. I really wish I could tell you the whole story but I don't want to ruin it, Also another bonus with this book was that when I finished it had the first chapter of another one of Gillian's books 'Dark Places' which I think I'll pick up when I see it.
Now on to Paper Towns, I don't know if it was just me but I just didn't get it, I only picked up this book because I've read probably like everybody else 'The Fault In Our Stars' which was amazing and I'd read that on a previous holiday but this book was just pointless it was about a girl that had gone missing left loads of clues but never really wanted to be found. It has a lot to do with poetry so I'm not sure if I'm missing something? I think when I see the film it will make a lot more sense as I just don't quite understand it very well, although I might give it another go or read some peoples theories to see if they understood it. I'm sorry about the rubbish review on this I just didn't understand it, help?!
Anyway if you haven't guessed I'm back off holiday and I will be back to regular blogging as I have missed it. Also make sure you follow my brand new facebook page over at facebook.com/drugstorejunkie
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