*Warning – spoilers!*
I have seen quite a few people reading The Girl on the Train – either posting on Facebook or Instagram saying how much they were enjoying it. It’s also been hailed by critics as the next Gone Girl and debuted on The New York Times Fiction Best Sellers of 2015 at number one. So I was pleased to be given it by someone second hand to read. (As an aside, I still don’t have a Kindle and, despite how awkward it is when travelling, I prefer the feel of a real, paper book. Plus it means I get freebies every now and then! You can’t share electronic books.) But, apart from knowing it’s a psychological thriller, and seriously popular, I didn’t know what else to expect.