Dark Places Characters

Gillian Flynn
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Libby Day

Libby is the main character of the book. Libby starts the book very depressed because of the murder that she witnessed when she was 7. Libby never had anyone to take care of her in life. She feels like she has no skills whatsoever, and doesn’t have the energy to try and get a job or go to school. Libby has a hard time talking and connecting to people.

Libby is a kleptomaniac, although by the end of the book she’s making an effort to start paying for things again. At the start of the book, she only agrees to speak with Lyle and the rest of the club because she’s running out of money and they’re willing to pay her. Even then, she doesn’t make too many real connections, but by the end of the book she has formed some kind of...

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