The Girl on The Train by Paula Hawkins

I really wanted to like this book. I had stopped reading Gone Girl after about 50 pages and should have quit this one sooner, but I did read the entire book of whining, jealous, drunken people who were not in the least likable It’s told from the perspectives of Mehan, Rachel, and Anna. Who all three are way out there and probably should all be in therapy now. It was just a dark and ugly book of infidelity, bad behavior and the characters were not any where close to me being sympathetic to them.

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