The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I thought I had it figured out....then I didn't...and then I did, and then I didn't. One thing you can be sure of with this book, is that you will be led in different directions when it comes to making your way to the ending of the book.
Rachel has a drinking problem and she just can't seem to let go of her ex husband, or remember things that have happened in her past due to her drinking and blackouts. Rachel is a mess, no one would deny that, and comes across as a bit of a nut case, but at the end of the story, I feel, her behavior makes sense. Or at least enough sense that she seems less crazy.
I don't want to reveal too much of the story in this review.
I did like the fact that the story is told from various points of view...not just Rachels. You get Anna's side, and Megan's.
I would recommend this book, definitely.
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