This book review about The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins shows the excitement of the book. It provides you with a good overview of it and it almost is as you would have the book right with you. May be you read it on the next long weekend….

The bestseller can be found here:

The Girl on the Train

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Another book everyone has been talking about during the last few months is The Girl on the Train, a thriller with a domestic, everyday idea – what if you saw something odd on your regular commute to work?

That is exactly what happens here to Rachel, who travels on the same train in to London each day, passing familiar houses, whose occupants she has started to pay attention to and for whom she has created imaginary identities. However one day, as she passes down the tracks, she sees something strange that doesn’t make sense and which becomes all the more significant when one of the women living in the street goes missing.

I certainly enjoyed this novel and found its gradual puzzle building structure held my interest and attention. You know Rachel must have seen something, but what is it and will she ever remember? Throw in to this the…

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