The Girl on the Train

Feb 22

The Girl on the Train

Paula Hawkins, thank you for this gripping tale! I could not put down this book. Rachel is that girl on the train. She is one sad panda. She drinks to get through the days. She looks at the houses filled with “happy” families on her daily commute. She longs to be like them; she creates back stories for people she doesn’t even know.

Then one day, she sees something that just is not right. This spurs Rachel to integrate herself into one of those people’s lives. She is no longer just a girl on a train, she is an active participant.

The book had me completely guessing until about 70 pages left. I also love English stories; in these pages I learned that babies start to “grizzle” when they wake up.

Much like my Gone Girl review, I can’t say too much, I don’t want to spoil your ride. Read this book!

 

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