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The Girl on the TrainThe Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins

My rating: 2 of 5 stars
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Disgusted more than I care to discuss. I finished reading the Girl on The Train and found it terribly annoying. So, I listened to the second part of the audio.(view spoiler) Suffice it to say, The Girl On The Train wasn’t my cup of tea, and I almost didn’t finish it. I would read a few chapters and put it down, never to pick it up again for weeks at a time. I was bored of the characters. In fact, I hated everyone in this book. I mean it is typical for someone who drinks, to lose their job because they can’t function normally. I don’t know, but depression is a significant factor in her losing her job. No amount of make-believe is going to help Rachel apparently. (view spoiler)

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