reveals everyone’s character flaws
piece by piece. How were you drawn in,
not knowing all the facts right away?
Were you anxious to learn more or
is essentially a child celebrity. In
today’s fame-fueled society, do you
think children are protected from or
exploited for fame? Would Amy be the same
person today if she wasn’t featured in
her parent’s books?
does marriage define a spouse’s
character? If you are married (or have
been married), how have you been bettered
by your spouse? What bad habits or
character traits have you inherited?
you ever truly know the other person? Have
you ever been blindsided by someone? What
blinds us to seeing a betrayal coming?
you need a protagonist to root for? Most
the characters are unlikeable. Did this
diminish your enjoyment of the book or
were you still fascinated?
there a moment when you stopped feeling
sorry for Amy? When did you start feeling
sorry for Nick?
would you cast in the movie roles of Nick
hunts are typically considered romantic,
yet Amy manages to make it predatory and
calculating. How does Amy’s preplanning
make her crimes even more disturbing?
has said about the ending, I wrote the
ending that was the most unsettling to
me. I am a big fan of the ending of
unease. To me it feels real and it feels
unnerving. Because you may not know
exactly what is going to happen next in Gone
Girl World, but you know it’s
not good. What kind of endings
do you like