GirlonaTrain is another stand-alone Psychological Thriller, following The Evil Beneath, featuring
Not as much as Gone Girl (I promise I won’t bring up this name again because that’s unfair.) but quite effective.
Abookthat sped onto the scene like this one was obviously made into a movie—just don't confuse it with the critically
The train serves asa metaphor for Rachel's life. She's commuting to work and back, over and over again. Except… she isn't.
GirlonaTrain is a psychological thriller, set in contemporary London, with a female protagonist and a female
Paula Hawkins worked asa journalist for fifteen years before turning her hand to fiction. The Girlon the Train is her first thriller.
The book is the based on the first-person narrative, however, the number of narrators of the story are three women and with each women telling
It’s been a long time since abook has managed to twist and turn, its possible ending out of my grasp, but The Girlon The Train definitely succeeded in doing that.
I found that fascinating, as I would if someone had said, “It would be fun to slide under a port-a-potty and just
So when The Girlon the Train was published this January, I knew I had to get my hands on it. One cannot turn down such an apt book to while away
Which book is better, "The Girlon the Train" or "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo"? Teresa Lin, If I could spend all my days reading, I would.
If that sounds like faint praise, well, it is and it isn’t. There’s always something to be said for an
The novel “GirlonaTrain” is getting a boost in sales. That’s because some readers think they’re actually buying a different book, the best seller titled “The Girlon the Train.”
The protagonist of The Girlon the Train is much younger, yet she is unable to remember much about the night a young woman went missing near her old
The Girlon the Train, the much-hyped (but potentially disappointing) adaptation of Paula Hawkins' best-selling book arrives
I am a girlonatrain, but I could be anybody.
The school principal is horrified. As police investigate what appears to have been a tragic accident, signs begin to indicate that this devastating death might
Thatabook with relatively complex portrayals of women became a movie with such stock characters is disappointing, if not wholly unpredictable. Hollywood might be increasingly cribbing its ideas from books; what The Girlon the Train proves is that translating what makes those books work isn’t as...
Read about the book: The Girlon the Train - \'"Gripping, enthralling - a top-notch thriller and a compulsive read" - S.J. Watson, bestselling author of
It was ona lot of different lists toward the end of 2014 asabook to read in the new year that will be turned into a movie. It was all over the place and the plot looked good, so we bought it and we each read it. Morgan also accidentally read A GirlonATrain first, but that’s a funny story for another day.
The sound of steel on steel, repeatedly, over and over and over and over. An old woman coughing in the front of the cabin.
This book, also based ona workshop, assesses the current state of chemistry and chemical ...
I look carefully, as the train rolls slowly past, for blood on the clothes, but I can't see any.
As it turns out, shopping online can lead to confusion, and it can even keep readers from the girl-and-train-themed novels they crave.
I felt as if I belong to the minority who think this is mediocre but an enjoyable 1.5 day reading experience. Asa daily commuter from Reading to
Their life as he saw it was perfect. No different life he had just lost.
I'm riding the train now in NYC so that leaves me a lot of time to tell you what I'm doing. First off here are the bestbooks to read on your commute.
The book was so intriguing and well written, that I was able to read it in three days, and I’m a slow reader as it is. Written from the view point of three different women, Rachel, Anna and Megan
It's a well-constructed suspense flick that dwells a bit on character and twists the act of story-telling
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In the end, The Girlon the Train is a poor adaptation of a well-received novel that illustrates not all books are destined for the big screen. Taylor crafts a suitably moody atmosphere for this tale, but moviegoers may not be able to shake the feeling that he's doing a David Fincher impression as...
I think that this book is going to be a good one. I think it is taking a little long to suck me into the book but I still enjoy it so far. I think this book does a great job of getting in the readers head.
Published in 1950, Strangers onaTrain was the first of 22 novels to be written by Patricia Highsmith, whose subsequent work included five books about a
The GirlonaTrain? The Birth of a Nation?
[Chorus] Girlonatrain I know you're just a stranger What is your name, where are you going?
Rachel’s narration -- which is often painful to read, as we watch her struggle through relapse after relapse
But is she really as unreliable as they say? Soon she is deeply entangled not only in the investigation but in the lives of everyone involved.
Their life—as she sees it—is perfect. Not unlike the life she recently lost.
It’s packaged asa follow-up or spiritual sister to 2014’s luxe, leering blockbuster adaptation of Flynn’s book. But tellingly, in Gone Girl
Emily Blunt thriller The GirlOn The Train is out this week. Read Empire's review here.
Their life—as she sees it—is perfect. Not unlike the life she recently lost.UNTIL TODAYAnd then she sees something shocking. It’s only a minute until the train moves on
I’m THAT stupid. I thought it was the OTHER book about—get this—another girlon another train.
Or is it as sad-face as the movie adaptation of Gone Girl?
Rachel takes the same commuter train every morning. Every day she rattles down the track, flashes past a stretch of cozy suburban homes, and stops at the signal that allows her to daily watch the same couple breakfasting on their