The Girl On The Train by Paula Hawkins

The Girl on the Train?is a 2015?psychological thriller?novel by?British author?Paula Hawkins?that gives narratives from three different women about relationship troubles and binge drinking.[1]?The novel debuted in the number one spot on?The New York Times?Fiction Best Sellers of 2015?list (print and?e-book) dated 1 February 2015,[2]?and remained in the top position for 13 consecutive weeks, until April 2015.[3] In January 2016 it became the #1 best-seller again for two weeks.? I loved the movie, the book is even better. This is a good paperback copy of the book. For more like it, check this website or email barneylovesbooks@gmail.com...MORE
Rachel Watson is a 33-year-old alcoholic, reeling from the end of her marriage to Tom, who left her for another woman, Anna Boyd. Rachel's drinking has caused her to lose her job; she frequently?binges?and has?blackouts. While drunk, she often harasses Tom, though she has little or no memory of these acts once she sobers up. Tom is now married to Anna and has a daughter with her, Evie ? a situation that fuels Rachel's self-destructive tendencies, as it was her inability to conceive a child that began her spiral into alcoholism. Rachel follows her old routine of taking the train to London everyday; her train slowly passes her old house, where Tom, Anna, and Evie now live. She also begins watching from the train an attractive couple who live a few houses away from Tom. She idealises their life (christening them "Jason" and "Jess"), though she has no idea that their life is far from perfect. The wife of the couple, Megan Hipwell ("Jess"), has a troubled past. She finds her life boring, and escapes from her troubles by taking a series of lovers. Megan has sought help by seeing a therapist, Dr. Kamal Abdic. Eventually, she reveals to him a dark secret she has never confided to anyone before.
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