The Girl On The Train by J.T. Salrich
A Novel by Paula Hawkins - Reviewed

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As the tension peaks and should tip over into suspense (the ‘thrill’ part of a good thriller), the novel seems to lose momentum. The careful twists and turns of the earlier pages, in which the reader has come to know the female characters, give way to creaking, predictable revelations and machinations that pale against what has come before.
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Published January 21, 2016 78 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense.
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Reviewed by ROBERT J. WIERSEMA on Feb 05 2015

As the tension peaks and should tip over into suspense (the ‘thrill’ part of a good thriller), the novel seems to lose momentum. The careful twists and turns of the earlier pages, in which the reader has come to know the female characters, give way to creaking, predictable revelations and machinations that pale against what has come before.

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