I recently read The Girl on the Train, a novel by Paula Hawkins (2015).
The story is that of the
intertwined lives of three women and two men.
The tale weaves a tapestry of the messiness of life, including love, infidelity,
chemical dependency, deceit, the need for family, murder, revenge, and
Set in the United Kingdom, the
entire story unfolds within a single neighborhood, with much of the narrative
provided from the perspective of one of the women, who daily rides the commuter
train just out the backdoor of the houses.
A great story, which provided some twists I was not expecting.
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