The Girl on the Train

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The Girl on the Train

Ever since her divorce , Rachel has been a wreck. She takes the train every morning to London and longs for the perfect relationship of one couple that she passes outside her window. It seems as though her own life is just on a downward spiral until one day she turns on the news and realizes nothing is as it seems. Knowing what she saw on the train, she must conure up the strength to take part in the investigation in order to save the innocent. But will the police believe her? Or will her alcoholic tendencies and longing for her ex husband stop her from becoming a hero?

The Girl on the TrainBy: Paula Hawkins


The Girl on the Train is a mystifying novel about three women in England and their interwoven lives. Every chapter gives the reader a peak into a different characters life, and as the story progresses, the link connecting them becomes clear. Tension builds as new relationships form, old ones are shattered, and the girl on the train sees something that changes her life forever. Suddenly, one of the women goes missing, and its up to the girl on the train to help solve the mystery of her dissapearance.

Once a mistress and now a stay at home mom, Anna has everything she's ever wanted. But with her husbands ex-wife showing up at her house and leaving crude messages on the phone, it seems that Anna and her baby will never be safe. Then, her husband begins acting suspicous. Is the ex-wife really that crazy? Should she be fearing her own husband instead?


Julia Ozimek

Megan's got it all. A perfect husband, a perfect house, a perfect life. But for her, thats not enough. Megan craves adventure, freedom and risk. She wants a life unlimited by her over-protective husband. Will her desire for something more lead her into danger? Is history bound to repeat itself?


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"I feel annoyed with myself, because I think I do believe [Rachel]. I think I've always known that Tom lies. It's just that in the past, his lies tended to suit me."(279)-Anna

"I can't see the faces of the passengers and I know they're just commuters heading to Euston to sit behind their desks, but I can dream: of more exotic journeys, of adventures at the end of the line and beyond."(17) -Megan

"I am not the girl I used to be. I am no longer desirable, I'm off-putting in some way. […] It's as if people can see the damage written all over me, can see it in my face, the way I hold myself, the way I move."(11)- Rachel

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