The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins
Today I hoped for heavier traffic so I could finish listening The Girl on theTrain. If you were a fan of Gone Girl, this is your next read. Rachel rides the same train every day back and forth; she is lonely, tormented, and desperate. As she rides the train from her small town to London each day, she gazes at the back gardens of all the homes. She starts to notice the same people each day, she begins to create caricatures in her mind of who they are, what they might be like. Then one day she sees something; something disturbing and suspicious, and the story gets very interesting. Three women’s lives intertwine, each one battling their own demons, each one not quite what she seems. This book is quietly thrilling because no one is easy to figure out, no one is all good or all bad, but some very bad things happen. Girl on a Train is not a cuddly feel good story, it is dark and gritty, but the suspense at the end is impeccably written. The tension will grip you to the core, if you need a plane or beach read, pick it up. If you are fan of intensity, suspense, and thrillers, you will like it.
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