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Of course, that's not happening. Now for the twist. That one I saw coming and kept thinking "no way" it can't be that easy. This book wouldn't be so popular. I need to stay away from super, duper popular books.
Because, I'm just calling Bullshit. The writing is not bad in this book, so I'm not giving it the rating for that. I'm giving it the rating because I personally hated it. Jan 01, Michelle rated it did not like it.
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I just sent a 3 page, 3, word email about why I didn't like this book to a friend, and I still feel the urge to express myself. I suppose that tells you just how much I disliked it. This thing is a hot mess, the writing is clumsy, there are things that don't make any sense, the characters are pathetic and the opposite of complex. The 'plot twist' is easy to guess not even halfway through the book, and the who-dun-it moment, where we find out who the bad guy is, while predictable, doesn't make any sense to me, considered how this book is written and what we know about the characters.
Exposition, people. There isn't any. You might argue that it's because of the unreliable narrator, but I'm not buying it. Good writing works its way around it.
Also, I didn't know 'thriller' translated to 'no character development'. And have I mentioned the clumsy writing? This book was, above all things that I honestly didn't care about , awkward. View all 99 comments.
Jan 06, Wendy Darling rated it really liked it Shelves: It's also a well-written, precisely plotted psychological thriller, and deftly sketches one unreliable narrator after another. I guessed the culprit not too far into the book, but that didn't spoil my reading experience at all, particularly because the author drops so many diverting and convincing red herrings into the story.
I think it's also interesting that t 4. I think it's also interesting that the central character, Rachel, challenges readers to think about how much we assume about--and pre-judge--other people based on our limited knowledge of them. To feel pity, disgust, frustration, compassion, and so much more for one character is a rare thing. View all 83 comments. Jan 12, Alexandra rated it did not like it.
Depressing from start to finish. Most every single character was a hot mess. I have literally no idea why there are so many 5 star ratings. It kind of scares me. If this kind of garbage is what the masses find appealing I mean.. I didn't care at all about the "mystery. It just felt like a tedious glimpse into the messed up lives of people I'd rather not know anything about.
Feb 24, Regan rated it really liked it Shelves: Good read but the ending fell a little flat for me. View all 45 comments. Jan 13, Kemper rated it it was ok Shelves: Is this seat taken? I like to sits bys the wimdow. Would you likes a little bit of wine? You know what they say, a little vino would be keen-o. Mores for me then. Oh, check it out.
Oh, sees that house over there going by? That used to be my house. True story. Me and my husbadand lived there.
But the ole bastard cheated on me and lefts me and then he marriesss that stupid cow and then he knockeded her up and now they got a stupid cow kid and they lives in my house! Can you believes that? Now he the rottens old bastard lives there with his stupids new wife and their stupid battery…. Did I say battery? I meant baby. And a little wine See that other house? The ones just a couple a few doors downs from my old one where you can totallys see their deck?
A beausfiful couple lives there. I watch them every time I goes by on this here trainy-train with my glasses of wine as I ride, and I can just tell that their greatests most happiest couple who ever was…Lots better than the my stupid ole ex. Seeing them be such a absofantabulous couple rights by where I used to live is the one part of my stupid day I enjoy when I ride this train. Wass that you say? Been in all the papers?
Since Saturday, you says? Thass right. I remembers now. But I had ones or twos too many, and I blacked out…. Do ya think maybes I saw something? But first Imma gonna puke all over your shoes. Sorry about this…….. After listening to her inebriated babblings for a very short while you immediately know more about her situation than she does, and you could easily tell her what she missed.
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View all 91 comments. Jan 13, Holly rated it did not like it Shelves: What a huge disappointment. The concept sounded amazing, and it got off to a promising But it quickly turned into this messy, melodramatic story that was neither surprising, or original. Much like in Gone Girl, there was not a single likable character in the entire book.
That wasn't the main problem for me, though. I could see the ending coming from a mile away. Actually more like I figured out who the main villan was within the first 20 pages. Never a ringing endorsement. View all 38 comments. I tried to enjoy it! I swear I did! The hype told me that I had to! I wasn't bad, but it wasn't good either. I never really cared about the story and ALL of the characters were unlikeable.
Sometimes characters are unlikeable in a good way, but not this time. At no point was I excited to be reading this. It has to be intentional to ride the coattails of other successful titles. I noticed on my library site that there is I tried to enjoy it! I noticed on my library site that there is another popular checkout called Girl on a Train - I wonder how many people thought they were getting the other one! Dec 23, Lisa rated it it was ok Shelves: This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
To view it, click here. I am so disappointed in this one. It started out promising enough, but the writing and the drama got old fast. There was really only one person who could have done it, and because of that I kept thinking it must be someone else. But it wasn't someone else. By the time the big reveal happened, I was so ready for the whole thing to just be over already. I started out thinking I had a 4 star book in my hands. Halfway through I was looking for an excuse to give it 3 stars.
Finall I am so disappointed in this one. Finally, with about 30 pages left, I knew that 2 stars was going to be a gift. Well I'm in a generous mood or kind of disappointed in myself for buying into the hype and 2 stars is what I'm giving it. My advice which you probably shouldn't take because everyone else is loving it is to skip this one entirely.
A weak 2 stars. View all 80 comments. There might be some ranting ahead. This has frequently been called the next Gone Girl. And yes, that is to some extend why I wanted to read this. Out of these three things I got one — an unreliable narrator. But one written so clumsily and shallow that I was annoyed, not intrigued, by her. The shift between narrative points of view and the two timelines seem like an artificial way of keeping the reader in the dark.
The alcohol-induced blackouts of the main character just add to that feeling. It was simply clumsy and trite. These aspects annoyed me to no end but the absolute worst thing about Rachel and the two other female narrators was how pathetic they were. Throughout the book I got the feeling that Paula Hawkins must hate women; hate them with a passion.
Women in this novel are portrayed as unstable going on batshit crazy , weak, dependent on men , and insecure. Every single woman mentioned defines her personality in relation to a man.
They doubt themselves, their capabilities and decisions. The men, in contrast, are all mysterious but strong and sure of themselves. They are there to give definition and meaning to their wives, girlfriends, mistresses, and sons.
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Even those women on the side-lines of the plot are only defined by their relationships to men. Still, even the supposedly reasonable character is defined by her boyfriend.
And these are only the minor female characters in this novel. Rachel, Anna, and Megan are all pathetic in their very own way. And every single thought they have is about how their decisions or actions might affect their husbands, ex-husbands, boyfriends, or lovers. I also know what Hawkins was trying to do. She wanted to show the dark side of domestic life — just like Gone Girl did.
But in my opinion she has utterly failed to do so. View all 48 comments. Dec 07, Lola rated it really liked it Shelves: I feel like I've been holding my breath for pages and only now finally exhaled. View all 16 comments. Jun 02, Will Byrnes rated it liked it Shelves: I read this one out of curiosity. Aware that it had been a huge market success, I wondered if it merited the sales. According to Riverhead, The Girl on the Train is, or was, the fastest-selling adult hardcover fiction debut ever.
And that is a shame. With so many great books being published every year that do little or no business, for this one to have secured a first class ticket on the book-sales express can only be dispiriting to the good and great writers everywhere toiling away in third cla I read this one out of curiosity. With so many great books being published every year that do little or no business, for this one to have secured a first class ticket on the book-sales express can only be dispiriting to the good and great writers everywhere toiling away in third class on the oft-delayed local.
I do not mean to say that The Girl… is a bad book. Although I believe it to be seriously flawed, it is most definitely entertaining and will no doubt help hundreds of thousands of readers while away a few hours of their our lives, getting from this station to that.
Paula Hawkins Rachel Watson has had a tough go of it. When her hopes of having a baby with hubby Tom did not work out, she landed in a trough of post-hope depression, and self-medicated with a steady flow of what seemed happier spirits. It did not work out. Now, divorced and unemployed as a result of her drinking, growing larger and pastier by the day, Rachel rides the commuter train to London on weekday mornings, pretending she is still working, pretending she still has a life.
The ride takes her past her old neighborhood, offering a nice, mood dampening view of a stretch of railroad-edge homes.
She used to live in one of those, before her ex bought out her interest. A few places away from her former home there is a couple she sees most days. She imagines lives for them, nursing this fantasy for quite some time, until she learns that the woman has vanished, and the game is afoot.
The notion for the story occurred to Hawkins on her regular train ride in London some years back. I did idly wonder about what you would do if you saw an act of violence or something suspicious. We expect our investigators these days to be a bit down on their luck, and to throw back maybe more than their share of amber liquid. The tale is told in staggered chronology, from three perspectives. Or she said, she said, and then she said.
The timelines converge at the end. Most sections are divided into sub headings of morning, evening, afternoon, that sort. It makes for many short passages, good, appropriately, for reading on a train. This is an example of the S stock used on the District line Hawkins once rode The pace of the tale is quick, clickety-clacking along without exceeding posted limits, advancing nicely to the big climax.
Truthfulness comes in for some attention, as it seems everyone has something to hide. If you are looking for likeable characters, you might try the Hogwarts Express. The folks here tote enough baggage to merit their own cars. I suppose Rachel is sympathetic, but seems almost as much an agent of her misery as a victim. Making her pathetic and annoying was, I expect, a way to make her real, make her sympathetic, and that works, to a point. Will Rachel find out what happened with the missing woman?
Will her ex take out an order of protection against her, as she keeps calling and showing up at his place? Is the missing person merely missing? Can Rachel stay sober long enough to figure anything out?
You might very well care. Clearly, judging by sales, many do. But, while I did, a little, I felt pushed away by this book.
I felt cheated, as an actual audience member, as if riding on a disoriented express. I do understand that the unreliable narrator is simply a story-telling mechanism and that Rachel falls into the Madman classification within that, but when she changes her story about a significant piece of information the story went off the rails for me.
So, while there is plenty to enjoy about The Girl on the Train , while there is plenty of tension-release-repeat, and while many readers are bound to be transported by the story, relating to or rooting for one or more characters at least some of the time, the one thing a reader demands from an author is honesty, and when trust is lost so is the benefit of the several hours we spend together.
The locomotive was transformed, for me, into a hand-car trapped in a siding. She got work writing chick-lit under the name Amy Silver, an experience that she says was great training.
Hawkins, born and raised in Zimbabwe, was 17 when her family moved to London. She had wanted to be a foreign correspondent like her father, but decided that war zones were just too scary. Check the Guardian piece if you are interested in getting more info on the author. I know there are only a gazillion. Do feel free, however to add your favorite train books in the comments.
I will be happy to add those to this list if you like. I have not gotten around to installing links for all of these, but I expect you guys can manage 4. Can't You See - recommended by Murf the Surf Jan 05, Jayson rated it really liked it Shelves: It's about escapism, lack, and how plausible suggestion autocorrects figments into memory and strangers into circles.
View all 27 comments. May 21, Jeffrey Keeten rated it liked it Shelves: But my better angels lost again, defeated by drink, by the person I am when I drink.
Drunk Rachel sees no consequences, she is either excessively expansive and optimistic or wrapped up in hate. She has no past, no future. She exists purely in the moment. Drunk Rachel Rachel rides the train into London every day to keep up the pretense that she has a job.
The truth is she lost her job months ago when she showed up to work inebriated, not just buzzed or mildly intoxicated, but sloppy drunk. It was around the time when she was trying to get pregnant with her now ex-husband Tom. He impregnated his mistress instead. Rachel used to be attractive, curvy, and pretty, but now the curves have lost their buoyancy, and her face has become puffy.
She is melting down into someone unrecognizable. The pain that used to be internalized is now manifesting itself into a grotesque mask. She drinks to escape. I pass out cold for an hour or two, then I wake, sick with fear, sick with myself. Sometimes she blacks out. The problem with THAT is she loses so much control over what she does or what she remembers. When she blacks out she has to believe what others tell her. This is when she writes painfully embarrassing emails to her ex-husband.
This is when she is capable of doing something that she would never consider doing sober. The train takes Rachel by her old life every day. The subdivision with the beautiful house that she thought would be hers forever is part of her daily view. She can look right into the backyards of the homes, and there she starts to notice a couple, a perfect couple who seem to love each other.
She projects a life onto them, even giving them names, and starts to look forward to any glimpse of them that will allow her to add to the fairy tale narrative that she has been assembling about them on her daily rides into work. Then one day she sees something that brings the whole house of cards tumbling down. We can look at other people and think their lives are wonderful.
They must be leading so much more successful and meaningful lives than we do. The problem of course is that we know everything about our lives. Every failure is duly noted on a spooling list.
Our successes are tempered by our own feelings of inadequacies. Every debilitating slight to our self-esteem etches away at the foundation of our ability to see beyond the things that have went wrong. What we have to remind ourselves of is that, though people may seem to be leading perfect lives, everybody has problems. We are all doomed to be disappointed, to falter, to make mistakes, and sometimes destroy ourselves.
Scott and Megan, as it turns out, are no different. Her mythical couple have names as it turns out, not the ones she chose for them. When Megan disappears Rachel realizes that she saw something. The problem is she is an irresponsible drunk.
This book is certainly an ode to one of my favorite films Rear Window.
For those youngsters out there, you might be more familiar with the film Disturbia. Jimmy Stewart is incapacitated with a broken leg, but Rachel may actually be more incapacitated by her drinking. Rachel is the definition of an unreliable narrator.
The characters in this book are not very endearing. As we learn more about them we find less and less to like about them. Be warned about these characters if you are a reader that must like the people you read about. The plot certainly reminded me of an Agatha Christie.
I often found myself munching down on a red herring served on a Ritz Cracker and washed down with a decent Merlot. If that proves to be the case, I might even need to bump it one star. There is talk of Emily Blunt starring in the upcoming movie which could lend the project some extra attention. This book, with this plot, should translate well to screen.
If you wish to see more of my most recent book and movie reviews, visit http: View all 58 comments. What persuaded me??? Witness to murder Rear Window. Those words will get me almost every time Rachel is depressed, angry, and bitter.
Gin and tonic- is her drink of choice- Wine comes in at a close second. Every day she takes the slow train from Asbury to Euston The "perfect couple". A couple who just by watching them every day- gives her hope that happiness exists Rachel is stuck clinging to the days she had with her ex-husband Tom- who left because of her drinking A younger version of her- drama free A baby that Rachel could never give him.
The only relief from her dreary, pointless, life is "Jess and Jason" Then one day Rachel witnesses something that doesn't seem right So far this is my favorite book from this year- YES, it has a lot of hype surrounding it- but don't let that get in the way of picking it up. View all 75 comments. Apr 04, emma rated it did not like it Shelves: View all 85 comments. Oct 03, Jaidee rated it did not like it Shelves: Half a "what the hell happened? October 25, mini review of the film!!
A couple of days ago 4 single girls well women in their forties and fifties , my bf convinced him to join us and he agreed if I took him to Denny's afterwards and myself went to see this film. This is the main reason I read the book as we had planned this outing for months and then I read the book just before the film came out.
As y Half a "what the hell happened? As you prolly already know I abhored the book so I was grotesquely curious about the film. First though I want to give the rating of my lovely galpals when I polled them afterwards over omelettes!!
Gal One: Book 4 stars Film 3. Book 4 stars Film 3 stars Gal Three: Book 3 stars Film 4 stars Gal Four: What I liked - Emily Blunt gave a 3 star decent performance There was some really cool art and some beautiful brief cinematography Saving Grace: Officer Riley played by Allison Janney was awesome.
She had the right amount of wit and chutzpah for the role. She shone in her brief moments. Plus I love the way she is aging Am I glad I saw it?
Am I glad I read the book? Hell No!! Original review September 26, This book makes Gone Girl look like a masterpiece!!! At six percent I was very pleasantly surprised. At eighty-seven percent I wanted to tear my hair out on the ludicrousness and ridiculousness of this book.
Recipe for this disaster - you start with three of the most unlikable women ever Sorry for the rant but this book is a bloody train wreck and how it won the awards and accolades it has is beyond me. I apologize Ms. Not only should I not have not gotten on this stupid train but I should have ran away instead. Here is a funny little Youtube compilation where my review has a little cameo role: D https: Bloody Awful: Feb 02, Joanne Harris rated it liked it.
This was a perfectly decent, well-crafted thriller, which I happened not to like very much, for reasons that have little to do with its craft or its quality. This sometimes happens, and it doesn't mean that others won't enjoy it. The plot is fast-moving and with some real surprises. The portrayal of alcoholism is great although I would have liked it to go further into the more visceral details, rather than skimming the surface of the theme.
However and yes, I know it's trivial, but the title This was a perfectly decent, well-crafted thriller, which I happened not to like very much, for reasons that have little to do with its craft or its quality.
However and yes, I know it's trivial, but the title. I'm getting tired of these vaguely infantilizing titles that refer to mature women as "girls" although, to be honest, none of the female characters seemed at all mature to me.
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