The Girl on the Train, the latest thriller novel turned movie, written by Paula Hawkins keeps the reader on the edge of their seat.
Hawkins tells this gripping story using multiple perspectives, bouncing between the three major characters, Rachel, Megan, and Anna. Rachel, an alcoholic, becomes suspicious of her own actions involving a missing person. Hawkins uses several characters as protagonists while Rachel desperately seeks answers to questions about her own life as well as her past.
Personally, I enjoyed the book more because of the way Hawkins uses details, but the movie was right on script making some scenes really jump out at you. The Girl on the Train is not for the faint hearted, it is an unsettling thriller that will keep you guessing until the end.