The Girl on the Train: A Novel By Paula Hawkins Narrated By Clare Corbett, Louise Brealey, India Fisher
This book has had so much hype that I was honestly a little worried that it wasn't going to live up to it but holy cow did it ever.
This was a twisty turny, keep you guessing to the end kind of book, with completely unreliable narrator's all three of these women were unreliable narrator's which is kind of fascinating because you never knew who was telling the truth or the truth as they saw it or are just lying completely. Every time I thought I had it figured out it would turn a different way, I thought I had it figured out many times and I never did.
Told by 3 women:
Rachel- alcoholic, scorned woman, she is the girl on the train and honestly quite a mess.
Anna- Rachel’s ex-husbands new wife and mother of his child, self-centered and paranoid of Rachel.
Megan- missing, confused, self-centered and craves attention.
The three audiobook narrators Clare Corbett, Louise Brealey and India Fisher all did such a fantastic job they truly brought these women to life and endowed each with such emotion. These were all new to me narrators and I will definitely be looking for other books any of these women have narrated!
This book was amazing, it was great from beginning till end never bogged down and kept me guessing all the way through. I don’t want to give any more away because this is one of those books where the wrong word could be a spoiler, suffice it to say Just Read This Book! Now!