5 Books to Read After Watching Girl On the Train This Weekend!
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The best selling Paula Hawkins’ novel has been adapted to a movie which will be hitting the screens this weekend. Starring Emily Blunt as Rachel Watson the film, like the book, will definitely big time appeal to all suspense lovers. So, if you loved Gone Girl to the bits - this should be the next one on your list!
The charged with suspense story follows the story of recently divorced Rachel who commutes to work in New York by train and passes her former home where her ex-husband now lives with his family. She imagines how perfect his wife and family must be now. However, when Rachel spots something shocking one day while on the train, everything takes a turn as the next day she wakes up with no memory of the previous day and a bad feeling only to find out her ex-husband’s wife Megan is now missing!
Intense right? Make sure to watch the movie to discover what actually happened. And in case it just happens to spark your thirst for more suspense - here are some books you should include in your weekend reads that are as good as Girl On the Train!
Everything I Never Told You by Celeste Ng
The book paints a gripping picture of a Chinese-American family after their daughter is found drowned in the lake in this beautiful novel by Chinese author Celeste Ng. Not the usual fare to start out with but an engrossing read nonetheless!
The Good Girl by Mary Kubica
In a style similar to Girl on The Train, Mary Kubica tells the story of a kidnapped girl Mia and her mother who desperately tries to look for her.
Dangerous Girls by Abigail Haas
What starts as a vacation for a group of girls ends in trouble when one of them is found dead in her room. YS novelist Abigail Haas writes a intriguing mystery.
Unravel by Calia Read
The dilemma of what is truth from a web of lies gets real in Calia Read’s Unravel tells the story of Naomi who is entered into a psych ward and left to figure out what exactly happened to her.
Elizabeth is Missing by Emma Healey
Emma Healey’s stunning debut that follows an elderly woman on a journey to find the truth about her missing best friend Elizabeth, when no one believes that she is indeed missing. Her journey leads her to unravel secrets leading back to the WWII.
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