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Ing of human instincts that captivated millions of readers around the world in her explosive debut thriller The Girl on the Train Paula Hawkins delivers an urgent twisting deeply satisfying read that hinges on the deceptiveness of emotion and memory as well as the devastating ways that the past can reach a long arm into the present Beware a calm surface you never know what lies beneath. Twisted suspenseful spooky eerie mysterious to the very end wasn't even expecting I like this book much so nice surprise I found the book free in The Little Librarybox give a way exchange in front of a neighbors housegorgeous descriptions and visuals created of scenery an enthralling textured large cast of characters lots of thinking about these people and an ending that stopped me cold Taunting exuisite prose I might have liked this than The Girl On The TrainIt was multi layered 45 rating

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Into the WaterThe author of theNew York Times bestseller and global phenomenon The Into the PDF Girl on the Train returns with Into the Water her addictive new novel of psychological suspenseA single mother turns up dead at the bottom of the river that runs through town Earlier in the summer a vulnerable teenage girl met the same fate They are not the first women lost to these dark waters but their. 35 stars rounded down after considerationIt’s almost inevitable that this book will be compared to The Girl on the Train which is a pretty flattering testament to the magnitude of a book’s success Into the Water however stands on its own and easily separates itself from its notable predecessor This story is uniue and its large cast of characters are bold and distinguishable The only commonalities I found are ones I went into this book anticipating phenomenal writing and a wide spread of mystery The tone was a chilling blend of eery dark and haunting—held steadily to the end creating a world that was easy to get lost in However even with these treasured factors at play I didn't end up loving this one as much as I’d imagined As compelling as the foundation was after a while the plot began feeling like it consisted only of build up and explanations without much else unfolding The story is told through the alternating perspectives of over ten different characters It was certainly a lot to take in and keep track of but it also upped the intrigue and gave the structure a uick choppy sort of flow In keeping up with the “girls gone missingcrazydead” theme that seems to be all the rage and staying that way dammit this plot surrounds the mystery of a series of girls past and present whose lifeless bodies have turned up in the infamous “Drowning Pool” Every character is uestionable which is typical and fun but there are instances when blame can seem to spread too evenly between suspects as was the case here for me It makes the focus on each character too eual and sort of dulls the opportunity for surprise I wasn't shocked by the turn out or maybe I wasn't all that impressed Despite being granted the less pronounced swift conclusion I prefer I didn't feel that gut punch of a twist well done It felt matter of fact and slid past me without sparking much of a rise in my emotions Although it did raise a couple uestions one in particular I’m still trying to figure outAll of that said I had a hard time putting this one down and soared through it in roughly a day or so It was a decent worthwhile read and I can’t say I wouldn't recommend as long as you're not expecting another TGoTT

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Into the Water Free download À 105 Ç ➥ [Epub] ➟ Into the Water By Paula Hawkins ➯ – Gym-apparel.co.uk The author of the #1 New York Times bestseller and global phenomenon The Girl on the Train returns with Into the Water her addictive new novel of psychological suspenseA single mother turns up dead at The author of the Deaths disturb the river and its history dredging up secrets long submerged Left behind is a lonely fifteen year old girl Parentless and friendless she now finds herself in the care of her mother's sister a fearful stranger who has been dragged back to the place she deliberately ran from a place to which she vowed she'd never return With the same propulsive writing and acute understand. Thank you to wwwshotsmagcouk for my ARC for which I have given an honest reviewNel Abbot was found dead in the river just a few short months after the death of her daughter's best friend Katie in similar circumstances Nel had lived in Mill House by the river her entire life and most of her memories pretty much revolved around this dark and forbidding body of water particularly 'The Drowning Pool' It's a place of secrets mysteries and witchcraft Nel was completely obsessed with stories of 'troublesome' women who had lost their lives in the 'Drowning Pool' including a 14 year old girl pronounced as a witch during the Witchfinder Trials in the seventeenth centuryNel leaves behind a daughter 15 year old Lena who appears to harbour secrets of her own and she's just one of many in this small town of Beckford It's a small town with big secretsThe tragedy brings Nel's sister Jules back to the place she swore she'd never return to She's Lena's only family now but they've never met and relations between the two are somewhat strained to say the leastThe narrative is told from many viewpoints with each chapter being devoted to a different character I particularly enjoyed the way this worked as it gave each character plenty of depth The fact that they were bite sized chapters too was an added bonusThere was something of a slow start but not enough to spoil my enjoyment of it as the hints at witchcraft and mysteries and where this story was actually going really kept me gripped There's a sinister air throughout with unknown voices and footsteps on creaking floorboards in the dead of night There are lots of threads to the storyline lots of frayed edges but Paula Hawkins pulls them all together to create a fascinating read