THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN BY PAULA HAWKINS
There are millions of books you can read and buy. There are books for every specific taste. No matter what your reading preferences are, you will always find something enjoyable to read. In this borderless ocean of books, I always choose the best books to read. Life is short and our time is very scarce. 'The Girl on the Train' by Paula Hawkins is one of the best fiction novels I have read during the past three years.
Paula Hawkins worked as a journalist for fifteen years before she started writing fiction novels. 'The Girl on the Train' is her first and the most successful book. It is #1 New York Times Bestseller, USA Today Book of the Year, and also a popular motion picture featuring Emily Blunt. 'The Girl on the Train' is a psychological masterpiece of modern times. Every day, Raches takes the same train in the same direction in the morning and night. Every day, she looks at London street through the train window. Everything is normal and usual. One day, one view changes the turn of her destiny. While sitting on the train, she witnesses a murder. She goes to a police station, but nobody believes her. Now, she is absolutely confused regarding the murder, the murderer, the victim, and herself. Is she mad?
It is impossible to fully describe such a twisted and complicated psychological novel. This book reminds me of some bestselling psychological fiction books of 2019. You continue reading, and then, a sudden twist of the plot nullifies your understanding of the book. You make your predictions and conclusions, but then, everything is obsolete, the plot starts going to another direction. 'The Girl on the Train' will play with your mind until the last page is read.
If you haven't read this book yet, then, you are missing a lot. This is a must-read fiction book. Paula Hawkins has written two books, but the second one is not as well-recognized and acclaimed as 'The Girl on the Train'. This book surely deserves your attention.