The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins | Digest & Review
This is a digest of The Girl on the Train, a psychological thriller novel written by Paula Hawkins. It delves into the world of people-watching, infidelity, and alcoholism, and how each of these aspects affect many people, not just the person experiencing them. The book is primarily about Rachel, a depressed alcoholic, who is hung up on her ex. On her daily train commute to a job that she was fired from months ago, she passes by a seemingly perfect couple’s house, and she creates scenarios about them in her mind. One day, she becomes the witness to something shocking involving this couple and her life is not the same.
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• Digest of the groundbreaking novel Me Before You
• Review of the book and author
• The reception of the book and reader's reactions
• Stories beyond the digest
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NOTE: This is NOT a summary nor the original book but a worry-free solution without the spoilers and surprises.
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