The Girl on the Train #BookReview #BriFri — 10 Comments

  1. I will have to come back and link to this weeks from now. I am awaiting the Kindle checkout for this book and started at #54 and am now down to #20 on the list!

    I will be adding this to my British Challenge as well.

  2. It’s AGES since I did BRIFRI. Sorry Joy…..
    My husband just finished reading Girl on the Train – enjoyed it and felt it would work best as a film set in London rather than the location that apparently has been chosen (New York)

  3. Thank you for the link. Your sandwiches look delicious!
    I’ve got a thing for the British Underground, so reading this book was a no-brainer for me (even though Rachel’s not technically on the Underground).

  4. I enjoyed the book and thought it perfect summer reading. Plot twists and despicable individuals and people with problems merging together you know not a lot of good may ensue!

  5. Haven’t read the book yet, planning to though! Love your photo of the M&S sandwiches! Love popping in there for sandwiches when we’re in England. And the trains, oh the trains. 🙂

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  7. I’m glad to hear you liked Girl on the Train Joy. I don’t often read thrillers either, I’ve bought this one, and should read it soon (along with the rest of my ridiculously large TBR).

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