Gone Girl

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  • Prologue
  • "Someone's Birthday?" pg.35
  • "It's our anniversary"pg.35
  • Rising Action
  • "Recognize her?"pg.117
  • "She wanted to buy a gun."pg.117
  • Climax
  • "He needs to tell us what he did to his wife! His pregnant wife!"pg.193
  • Nick and Amy Dunne are a couple living in a small town in Missouri. Nick calls the authorities when she goes missing but something is off about his behavior. While the police continue their investigation, Nick is battling a media frenzy and the people who believe his innocence are dwindling by the minute.
  • Climax
  • "Is that all the stuff from the credit cards?"pg.227
  • "Amy's framing me, Go."pg.227
  • As Nick discovers that Amy went to buy a gun, he conducts his own investigation. He follows the treasure hunt that Amy leaves for him every anniversary and finds something unbelievable.
  • Falling Action
  • "Come home to me, Amy."pg.370
  • As Nick is speaking at a Find Amy candle vigil in the town's park, Noelle Hawthorne (Amy's best friend) interrupts his speech by announcing Amy's pregnancy and acting hysterical in front of the media.
  • Resolution
  • After the pregnancy news, Nick gets a lawyer from New York to support him. He finishes Amy's treasure hunt at his sister's old shed. They find thousands of dollars worth of golf clubs, game consoles and designer clothes, bought with his credit card.
  • Nick releases a video begging Amy to come home, while also trying to get his name clean. He has only just admitted to having an affair with a young woman named Andie. He figures that Amy is framing him because she is angry.
  • Nick hears the door bell ring three times. He listens outside and notices that the media and crowds are there. Someone is standing on the front steps, who is it? What he does next determines his fate.
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