Page Count: 395
Category: Mystery/Thriller, Literature & Fiction
Released: January 13, 2015
As soon as I heard about this book I wanted to read it, I just didn’t get the chance to buy it until this last christmas. I didn’t start to read it until this month and I don’t understand what the hell took me so long to pick it up! The story is gripping and peculiar as soon as you start it and you don’t want to set it down even for a moment. Not even to go eat something, I would just sit there for hours and read it fascinated with Rachel and how she was trying to figure out things. I was trying to fill in the gaps with her.
Each place you are taken within this book is dark, chilling and sinister. You really don’t see it coming. When you’re reading The Girl On The Train, you can’t really be sure who is completely innocent and that is thrilling in itself. You kind of wonder what each character has done and you don’t really know until the end of the book. Honestly, some of the characters are more of a mystery than anything so you just kind of wonder about them in the end.
This book just reminds me when something horrifying happens and it’s gory but you just can’t look away. You just can’t help yourself and stare at the scene. That’s how the book is. It’s darkly addictive and it’ll have you obsessing over it, especially from the betrayals that come close to home. Not everything is as it seems… or is it?
So have any of you read this? What did you think? Did you see the movie? I actually saw the movie before I was able to get the book. Let’s chat!