Reviews: The Girl On The Train

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This year’s most suspenseful, exciting, and heart stop novel yet is on the New York’s Times Bestseller and there are many reasons to see why! The Girl On The Train written by Paula Hawkins is a novel about not believing what you are seeing and has you thinking about just how well you know people. After reading this novel about Rachel, a girl who travels the London’s railway on the local train daily, until one day her life is changed forever by what she saw, I believed it is genius with the way it ended.

Rachel is divorced, and has other battles that she finds herself facing daily as she rides the train in London every morning and afternoon. She sees the same faces in the homes as she travels by. The makes up stories about them to pass the time. One is of a couple she sees and has named them, Jason and Jess. But what she sees one day will not only change the life their life but hers and that of many others. As she goes to the police they half listen to her. She seems to have issues herself. Then by the end she is not sure if the things in her life she knows are true are really true. What has been made up and what is really fact.

The Girl On The Train is one of those novels that will have you on an emotional roller coaster all the way through to the very end of the book. It is a thriller that is full of suspense and one that you will want to read.

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