February 5th, 2015
Books

The Girl On The Train

The Girl On The Train

Ironically, I read this while on the train (and at a debate tournament). I doubt it will win any literary prizes but, this thriller is a quick read, especially if you’re killing time.

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  • I just bought this yesterday. It’s gotten mixed reviews, but I love an unreliable narrator, so I think I’ll enjoy it.

    KathyFebruary 5th, 2015  8:16 AM

     
  • I read a review of this last week and it’s on my list of what to read. Sounds so good.

    Jill AnthonyFebruary 5th, 2015  9:51 AM

     
  • Just finished it – eh. You’ve read it before ….

    LisaFebruary 5th, 2015  10:18 AM

     
  • I added this to my Goodreads list over the holiday break and came home and requested it from the library. I’m number 87 in the queue. . .

    laura (@cocktailsandgelato.com)February 5th, 2015  11:05 AM

     
  • just got it! xx

    kendall conradFebruary 5th, 2015  11:17 AM

     
  • I have this as a sample on my Kindle. Plan to read it in the next few days, and may buy the book. Liked, didn’t love, Gone Girl, which it is compared to. I hope it is better than that was, or I will see it as redundant. Patricia Highsmith, an author from the 1950 – 60s, is a great suspense writer, so if you like this genre, you might like her books. They are available on Kindle. She wrote “The Talented Mr. Ripley”, which was made into a movie with Matt Damon & Gwyneth Paltrow.

    AprilFebruary 5th, 2015  12:59 PM

     

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