This is a summary of the original book, The Girl on the Train written by debutante writer Paula Hawkins. The novel contains suspense, drama, complex plot and an astounding ending that has the ability to make readers yearn for more. More
This book, The Girl on the Train is written by debutante writer Paula Hawkins. The novel contains suspense, drama, complex plot and an astounding ending that has the ability to make readers yearn for more. The reader is spell bounded by a gripping story enclosing the components such as murder, drama and suspense beautifully, an obligatory of a successful novel. The novel depicts the story of Rachel Watson, a lady living a booze-filled life from last few years as she is coping up with the depression caused by her husband’s infidelity. She is fired from her job a few months back, but just to keep herself busy, she commutes to and from through the train from London to her home. One of the train stop passes through her previous neighborhood where a couple, living in a beautiful home, exhibits a perfect illustration of happy married life. She started imagining them to be her neighbors and fantasizes stories associated with them and her. This has helped her a lot as for some time she forgets all the troubles. But, the things started taking unanticipated turns. The plot captivates the audience attention as it is bounded with a murder mystery accompanied by a complex plot.
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