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The Girl on the Train, by Paula Hawkins brings mystery to the life of Rachel Watson, who could very well be any one of us. This is what makes this book so appealing, the humanity of the characters. Hawkins manages to create an exciting story line using characters that the general public can relate too. While murder may not resonate with most people’s daily lives, the underThe Girl on the Train, by Paula Hawkins brings mystery to the life of Rachel Watson, who could very well be any one of us. This is what makes this book so appealing, the humanity of the characters. Hawkins manages to create an exciting story line using characters that the general public can relate too. While murder may not resonate with most people’s daily lives, the underlying problems of the characters are those that can be well understood. Most people know an alcoholic or someone with a cheating spouse. Hawkins not only brings these characters to life, but presents those in a way that makes the reader can find a way to sympathize with each one of them at some point during the story. The reader can easily put themselves in their shoes. Hawkins’ characters represent the general public with problems echoing those of the reader. Hawkins then takes these characters through a well woven web of deceit and self-doubt. The mystery unwinds slowly enough to savor and fast enough to keep the reader interested. The characters are introduced by chapters depicting their names and the reader gets to know them each a little at a time and piece the story together themselves. The layout is enticing and unique. The Girl on the Train presents characters we start to care about and feel for. The mystery gives the excitement one hopes to find in a book of this genre while still appealing to the reader’s humanity. The characters are not who they seem and even the good guys have flaws. The book leaves one thinking about the characters and their lives long after the book is back on the shelf. Download your copy today! for a limited time discount of only $2.99! Available on PC, Mac, smart phone, tablet or Kindle device. © 2015 All Rights Reserved...

Title : the girl on the train by paula hawkins
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ISBN : 25556020
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 74 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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the girl on the train by paula hawkins Reviews

  • Cindy Morris
    2018-12-03 16:06

    Looking out the window at other people's houses will never be the same.

  • Michele McKay
    2018-11-18 16:01

    So many twist to this story I couldn't wait to see what happened next. I enjoyed the way each character narrated from their point of view. Great read

  • JJ Duda
    2018-12-02 10:51

    Good summary but it wasn't proof read!I read the whole book a year ago, and read this in preparation for book club.The summary is pretty good.However, spelling and grammar errors galore! Nobody should *pay* for something that hasn't been proof read!

  • Dennis Madler
    2018-12-16 12:55

    FairNot my type. Ok .Thought it was a dull read, only read it because it was. Rated #1 for so long time.

  • Maureen
    2018-12-09 14:55

    but not as good as gone girl!

  • Alaina
    2018-11-26 16:21

    One of the best books I have read in awhile! I absolutely loved Rachel and all the characters because they were so realistic and flawed. A great mind-twisting read!

  • carol minton
    2018-11-23 16:53

    Good book. But figured out the bad guy early in story.Good book. But figured out the bad guy early in the story.but would still recommend. Story flows really well. Read.

  • Domenic Boscariol
    2018-11-20 16:11

    wanted to read the book after seeing the film. Fairly good, not my usual type of book to read, but it was engaging.

  • Sharon Lawton
    2018-12-16 14:07

    The kind of book where you change your prediction of the 'bad guy' every few pages

  • Amy Hodgson
    2018-12-09 16:55

    Well written and intriguing story. But I got half way through and didn't finish it. It put me in a dark place I didn't want to be in.

  • Viola
    2018-11-19 11:57

    A very different kind of thriller. It sort of described a busy body who couldn't control her drink nor mind her own business. But in the end could be describe as helpful?