|Book Title:||The Girl on the Train|
|Published:||13 Jan 2015|
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|Release: 25 April 2013 (USA)|
“The Girl on the Train has more fun with unreliable narration than any chiller since Gone Girl. . . . The Girl on the Train has Gone Girl–type fun with unreliable spouses, too. The Girl on the Train is liable to draw a large, bedazzled readership too. The Girl on the Train is full of back-stabbing, none of it literal… Hawkins keeps all these fibs, threats and innuendoes swirling through her book, to the point where they frighten and undermine each of her characters. ”
—JANET MASLIN, THE NEW YORK TIMES
We are introduced to the character of Rachel, an alcoholics who has split up from her husband. Rachel catches the same commuter train at the same time each morning and evening. She sees the same thing every day on her train route – from the junctions to the countryside houses. When the train stops at the signal on mornings she sees a couple having breakfast on their deck. She has grown so accustomed and fond of them that she assigned them names, ‘Jess’ and ‘Jason’. She often compares their relationship to the one she lost with Tom who still occupies their old house. But this fairy tail is about to change!
One morning she noticed something different, Jess was missing from the picture. Soon after Rachel sees the woman she called Jess on the news, it seems she has disappeared. Rachel would soon find out how her life and that of the ‘happy’ couple she watched every morning are intertwined.
There is a body, a chief suspect, secrets, deception, and betrayals. The Girl on the Train is the story that will keep you guessing with its sinister and twisting story. You can read the excerpt here provided by Paula Hawkins. As for the PDF download that is available via purchase from Amazon.
ePub for kindle, Hardcover, Paperback and even audiobooks are available.
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