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url 2019-09-04 09:58
Best Aluminum Cases for Travel from MSAC

Flight Travel Cases are widely used by people for travelling aside, not just for travelling but also for sports including cue cases for billiards. Most brands don’t make those strong cases to deal with abrasions and tough conditions.

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url 2019-09-04 09:15
Get the Best Cosmetic Beauty Cases from MSAC

Cosmetics are loved by women as they love to maintain their natural beauty a little further. Whilst most makeup cases and Cosmetic Beauty Case are good, they are not well made. 

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url 2019-03-20 15:45
Machine Learning and Artificial intelligence Training in Bangalore

Machine Learning and Artificial intelligence Training in Bangalore With 100% Placements Program. We have highly Experienced Trainer with 12+ Years in MNC Company"

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review 2017-06-30 04:25
The Girl On The Train
The Girl on the Train: A Novel - Paula Hawkins

 

 
Title: The Girl On The Train: A Novel
Author: Paula Hawkins
Publisher: Riverhead Books
Reviewed By: Arlena Dean
Rating: 4
Review:

"The Girl On The Train: A Novel" by Paula Hawkins

My Thoughts.....

This novel was quite some read that will have so many twist and turns where you will have to keep up to fully understand what in the world is going on. "The Girl On The Train" was one psychological thriller mystery suspenseful read that will keep your attention as you are turning the pages to get to the end to see who was this killer. I found the characters well developed, portrayed and so very interesting that will make one wonder about people you meet and their lives. Wow, what a read that after all is said and done all of this stemming from a train ride and how a lie can really go haywire.

 

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review 2016-10-21 12:43
The Girl on the Train Review
The Girl on the Train - Paula Hawkins

This book is interesting because it was recommended to me by my girlfriend, who had been recommended the book by a friend of hers. When I say interesting, I say it because it’s not my first choice of genre. In fact, it’s probably the first of its kind that I’ve read (I’m branching out a little bit). It’s being made into a film, so I thought, it can’t be that bad AND to top it off, it’s on the bestsellers list everywhere.

For me, I found the book a little boring. I found the main characters a bit crazy for me (and I’ve read fantasy series). As usual, I don’t want to spoil anything, so let’s just say there’s a lot of drinking, and that’s what creates the story here. I suppose I could imagine the main character, Rachel, being a real-life person. The book is written from the mind of Rachel, Anna, and Megan (I believe. Please don’t hurt me if I’m wrong). They all see different things and their minds help us solve the mystery.

I found the characters thoughts too chaotic for me. There was too much thinking and not enough conversation to keep me completely engrossed in the book. My girlfriend said that it would get better, but for me, it never did. I just didn’t connect with any of the characters. It was also a little hard to follow at times because the storylines mixed and different points of time mixed (dates for each scene were given but you easily forget the last date).

Would I recommend this book? It depends. If you like mystery books, and different perspectives leading up to the event, then yes. Otherwise, I would recommend a pass on it.

Source: www.amaitken.com/book-review/the-girl-on-the-train-review
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