Book Review // He’s Gone

he'sgoneHe’s Gone by Deb Caletti

You wake up Sunday morning, roll over, and realize your husband isn’t in bed.
You listen for sounds that verify he is somewhere in the house (coffee maker, tv, etc).
You hear none of these.
You figure he went to work or maybe to grab you breakfast from the bakery.
Night comes and still no word from or sight of your hubby.
You begin to panic.
You recall the events of the last 24 hours (his company party, one too many glasses of wine, an argument, muddy sheets, and falling asleep in bed).
You can’t remember seeing him in the house or coming to bed.
As the hours and days pass, you have to come to terms with the fact that your husband has vanished.
But where? How?

Personal Opinion:  When Chelsea suggested He’s Gone for this month’s read, I was downloading it to my Kindle and starting it before I even told her I was in. From the book description I was immediately hooked and brainstorming a million possibilities for her missing husband. Let’s be honest, as much as we hate to, we’ve all imagined this unfathomable situation and this book brings all those emotions/thoughts to the surface. I’m not going to lie though, I was HUGELY disappointed with the outcome. As a “Best Book of the Month” pick on Amazon, I expected more. Call it grim, but I wanted a juicier ending. I don’t want to give away too much in case you are reading or want to read this book, but I HAVE to know: If you’ve read this book what are your thoughts on the ending?

Now head over to {little lessons in a big city} to see what Chelsea thought!
And we would love to have you join us for next month’s book review of one of all of our friends, Mr. Rogers!

Next Month’s Book Club Pick:
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8 thoughts on “Book Review // He’s Gone

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  3. Thanks! I am going to check this one out! If you are looking for books to read I just finished a great one….The Fate of Mercy Alban by Wendy Webb…it was good! Sort like a Kate Morton type book.


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