11 Marriage Thrillers For Gone Girl Fans
"I suppose these questions stormcloud over every marriage: What are you thinking? How are you feeling? Who are you? What have we done to each other? What will we do?"
This seemingly innocuous quote from Gone Girl takes on a much more chilling undertone once you've read the book or, now, seen the movie. In fact, throngs of movie theater-goers took to Twitter to voice their fear of marriage after seeing the film, and Jezebel even went so far as to say that "Gone Girl's biggest villain is marriage itself." There is something so fascinating about a novel that has you questioning how well you really know the person you've chosen to spend the rest of your life with and the secrets we all hide from our partners — even when the premise is extreme. These dangerous love stories have become so popular that they've even garnered a new subgenre: "marriage thrillers." And while there's nothing new about the notion that marriage is scary, it takes on a much darker meaning in these 11 novels, including what will be this year's hottest adaptation — The Girl on the Train.