Gone Girl - Gillian Flynn (2012)
This is the story of a modern marriage. On the day Nick and Amy are celebrating their fifth wedding anniversary, Nick arrives home to find that Amy is missing.
That's all you need to know, as the story switches between both their stories, their current lives, and how they got together years earlier. Two different versions of a marriage, with twists and turns everywhere.
I enjoyed this book a lot, from the first page when I picked it up I didn't want to put it down, and carried it around with me all weekend. Normally, it is the type of book that I avoid, as so often it is filled with a predictable storyline, but I felt that the author was able to give a fresh voice to a story we think we know.
So I have to say it is worth a 4/5, almost pushing a 5.