An interesting aside to my reading this book was to find out that my daughter, Laura was reading this book at the same time that I began reading the book and we both were intrigued by the hype that this was the next Gone Girl.
After reading this book, Laura and I both agree that this book didn't turn out to be the next Gone Girl, but overall it was a decent way to while away the hours in pursuit of reading for enjoyment.
Similar to Gone Girl, this novel is narrated by different characters in the book. I could have done without Anna as I didn't find her to be a very compelling character.
I thought there were some decent twists and turns that needed to be unraveled. One narrator would seem to be leading the story in one direction, while the other narrator would point you down a different path.
I didn't particularly care for the ending of the novel, but I didn't hate it like I did with the ending of Gone Girl.
If you are looking for a fun read and nothing more I think Girl on the Train is worth a look.