The Girl on the Train features a mystery as observed by three unreliable narrators. The first one is Rachel, an alcoholic who suffers from extreme blackouts whenever she becomes blind drunk. She found out years earlier that her husband cheated on her with a woman named Anna, the second narrator. The third one is Megan, one of the key links between the first two narrators.
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Last read: January 2, 2015
Every time someone tests me and asks me to say the first two sentences of this book (which, by the way, hooks you in real quick), I stare them straight in the eye and recite the entire prologue with an Australian accent thrown in just for good measure. Haha. I memorized the prologue because after reading it for the first time, I realized how perfectly it sets up the book’s mystery. Now that I have read it for the second time, I cannot believe I only gave it four stars on GoodReads instead of the full five stars.
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We’re like mysteries to one another. Maybe if I can solve him and he can solve me, we can explain each other. Maybe that’s what I need. Someone to explain me.
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