The Girl on the Train / Paula Hawkins [It’s a Crime: New Indian Express]

27 July 2016

What do you do when you are rather ambivalent about a novel, but you instinctively know that many will absolutely love it? I will go ahead and talk about it. And that novel is this week’s recommendation, The Girl on the Train, by Paula Hawkins.

A friend of mine had once described it as ‘Gone Girl on a Train’, referring to 2012’s phenomenally successful Gone Girl, the similar success that The Girl on the Train received last year; and some similarities in the stories – unhappy suburban marriages, seemingly regular people-next-door who are really horrible people, and the unreliable narrator as a plot device.

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Shom Biswas is a writer from India. @Spinstripe
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