The Girl on the train -Personal book review 


“The girl on the train “by Paula Hawkins is , what S J Watson terms as ‘gripping ,enthralling -A top notch thriller and a compulsive read ,no wonder dream works is in talks to adapt the book into a movie .

The sub head -You don’t know her .But she knows you .You immediately want to grab the book to know the story .The story about Rachel who catches the same commuter train every Morning.She know it will wait at the same signal each time ,overlooking a row of back gardens .She even started to feel like she knows the people who live in one of the houses .Jess Jason she calls them the characters on who the story revolves .Their life according to her is perfect.

And then one day she sees something shocking .Its only a minute until the train moves on .But it’s enough .

Now everything has changed .Now Rachel has a chance to become a part of their lives she’s only watched from far

Now they’ll see : her much more than just the girl on the train ….

The author Paula Hawkins who has worked as a journalist for fifteen years before turning her hand to fiction ,uses her journalism experience to continue the story and keep the interest of readers with some twist and turns ,there are moments you believe he might have done it ,no she has done it this continues till you haven’t read the complete story .the dairy format and narration format of giving each character his thought of the story to move forward is very interesting way of writing the book and to keep the interest going ,what the other characters think at that moment .

Grab and read the book ,before everybody has read it .

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