is a truly suspenseful read and a story that will stay with you long after you've read the last sentence — a worthy addition to the crime genre.The characters, while insidiously entertaining, are all rather unlikeable in their own way, and to the last page the reader is left wondering whose side they are supposed to be on.Plus visit our café during Happy Hour between 3 — 4pm weekdays to receive any hot takeaway drink for just !
Her family members feature as strong and charismatic characters in her exploration of what it is to be both Italian and Australian — to be both from the past and in the present.
The Girl on the Train, by Paula Hawkins, Crime “When you’re told that a book is the next you come to it with some pretty high expectations, but in this case the rumours are completely true.
I bought my copy on Sunday afternoon and was two thirds of the way through by Monday morning.
But then on one particularly dreary morning Rachel observes something shocking through her train window and her life is suddenly and irrevocably changed forever.
As she is drawn further and further into the mystery her life becomes increasingly intertwined with two women who may, or may not, hold the key.