Book Review – The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins

Rob Powell Writes

The Girl on the Train is Paula Hawkins debut novel and what an amazing book to kick off with. The only problem Hawkins has now created is keeping up the standards for future novels.

This story concentrates around the main character of Rachel Watson who travels to London on her regular commute by train. Every day it stops at a signal that overlooks the residential back garden of Megan and Scott; she imagines the perfect life of the couple who she has never met. This is contrary to her own life where her marriage had failed with her husband leaving her for another woman. Rachel’s life is in a decline with alcohol problems that add to the mystery of the story with the blackouts that she sometimes experiences.

One day Rachel is shocked to see Megan kissing another man and feels anger at Megan for what she has done to Scott. Following…

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