[BOOKS] ✪ Good as Gone By Amy Gentry – Golanvideoagency.info

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About the Author: Amy Gentry

AMY GENTRY is a book reviewer for the Chicago Tribune whose work has also appeared in Salon, LA Review of Books, and the Best Food Writing of 2014 She lives in Austin, where she volunteered for several years with victims of sexual and domestic violence Good as Gone is her first novel.



10 thoughts on “Good as Gone

  1. says:

    i reviewed this for the L.A review of books i will post a link when it runs.it runs NOWhttps lareviewofbooks.org article h i love how generic the cover for this arc is, settling for the most basic description of content on the front and untitled inside, before the title was revealed, but i don t love the nagging suspicion i have that the final title is meant to make you whisper in the blank good as gone girl good as g


  2. says:

    Absolutely hated this book really ZERO stars What a jumbled mess Alternating chapters between a first person narrative by a mother, and then a third person narrative told chronologically backward and then overlycomplicated by a hodge podge of different names for the same character Some reviews indicate there is a twist at the end but I did not really view it as such they explain what happened but it felt fairly trite mundane in my o


  3. says:

    I m going to start this by saying that this is one of the best books I ve read in a while Yes, I m a suspense junkie, but I thought this one was especially well done If ever I find myself trying to piece things together as I go and feel like I just can t quite figure it out, I know it s something that I enjoy Good as Gone is the story of Julie, a girl who was kidnapped from her home as a child, and her family As the events of Julie s disapp


  4. says:

    I had heard really good things about this book, but it ended up being a waste of time I felt no connection to any of the characters, and I didn t feel any connection between the characters themselves The writing used too many plot devices and ended up really choppy The way the story was set up re Julie from the beginning made it hard for me to be invested in her at all Nothing in this book rang true for me and it ended up falling flat.


  5. says:

    3.5 At the age of thirteen, Julie is believed to be kidnapped at knife point by an unknown stranger The only witness her younger sister, Jane, hidden in a closet Eight years later she returns with a story about being imprisoned by the leader of a drug cartel But is any of this true Anna, her mother begins to have doubts, is this really her daughter Her husband has no doubts and welcomes back his lost daughter unreservedly.I really liked how this book was s


  6. says:

    Good as Gone by Amy Gentry is a 2016 Houghton Mifflin Harcourt publication This novel is deeply consuming and thought provoking At the age of thirteen, Julie is kidnapped, while her sister, Jane watches from her hiding place Her parents, Tom and Anna, struggle for years, caught in the limbo between hope and the reality of Julie s probable death, which Jane pulls out of the stops just trying to live up to her sister s mythological perfect, just trying to be noticed


  7. says:

    The first twenty four hours after Julie s reappearance are oddly similar to the first twenty four hours after her disappearance, a mirror symmetry that lends extra significance to every detail Julie was taken from her home when she was 13 years old Her younger sister June, was in a closet and was the only witness June didn t move from that closet for about three hours Eight years later Julie comes back 21 years old she literally shows up on the doorstep It s assumed Julie


  8. says:

    GOOD AS GONE by author Amy Gentry is a female psychological thriller set in Texas It is the story of a kidnapping of a thirteen year old girl, Julie from her bedroom in the middle of the night, while her younger sister, Jane witnessed the episode from her closet This book is an emotional journey into a mother daughter relationship faced by tragedy It is a short read at 288 pages Julie and the strange man moved together in slow motion, as if his long arm and hairy hand were a chai


  9. says:

    Find all of my reviews at is a prime example of why quality Goodreads friends are so important The blurb states Good as Gone will appeal to fans of Gone Girl and The Girl on the Train Which pretty much causes this sort of reaction by me Lucky for me I saw Bonnie s review instead of that crap.So what s this one all about The statistics say that most abducted children are taken by people they know Julie was taken by a stranger The statistics say that most child abductors attem


  10. says:

    Things are not always as they seem.Tom and Anna s daughter Julie is kidnapped from their home at knifepoint 8 years ago when she was 13 years old They think she s gone forever, until one day she shows up on their doorstep Is it really her Could she just come back on her own after all these years The author weaves a tale of Anna trying to chase down the truth of what happened to her daughter, where she s been and who is responsible The story is told from different points of view as the disappeara


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