Girl on the Train audiobook is a psychological thriller that follows three women and their lives intertwine with each other.
In Girl on the Train audiobook, Rachel Watson, a divorce and alcoholic, took the train by her old house every day. As she tries to overcome her sorrow, she begins to observe Megan and Scott Hipwell, a couple who live a few homes down. In her imagination, she conjures up a lovely fantasy existence for them, in which they are a perfect happy family. Then she noticed Megan kissing another man on her house’s balcony one day. she decides to strike up a conversation with Megan. She does, however, have a blackout and wakes up bruised and doesn’t remember anything as she was drunk. From the very next day, Megan is missing.
In Girl on the Train audiobook, she contacts Scott and informs him of what she witnessed. Rachel subsequently discovered that the man she saw with Meghan was Meghan’s therapist, Kamal Abdic. Later, Kamal is detained as a suspect but is released due to a lack of proof. Megan was found dead and pregnant, according to investigators. Scott finds that Rachel has been lying to him the entire time and that she is not Megan’s friend. In Girl on the Train audiobook free, Rachel suspects Scott of murdering Megan following a series of events and reports him to the police the next day.
Rachel eventually regains her memory of Saturday night and finds that Tom was having an affair with Meghan and murdered him. Rachel told Anna the truth, and she believed her. In Girl on the Train audiobook free, Tom then tries to murder Rachel. She thrust the corkscrew into his throat in self-defence. Anna calls an ambulance and tells the police everything, clearing Rachel’s name.
Paula Hawkins wrote Girl on the Train audiobook.
Paula Hawkins was born on August 26, 1972. She is a British novelist of Zimbabwean origin best known for her 2015 best-selling psychological thriller novel The Girl on the Train. Into the Water, Hawkins’ second thriller book, published in 2017.
Hawkins grew up in Salisbury, Rhodesia, now known as Harare, Zimbabwe, to Anthony “Tony” Hawkins and Glynne Hawkins, and is the sister of Richard Hawkins. Her father was a professor of economics and a financial writer. Hawkins went to Arundel School in Harare, Zimbabwe, before relocating to London in 1989 at the age of 17. She then enrolled for her A-Levels at Collingham College, an independent college in Kensington, West London. Hawkins studied philosophy, politics, and economics at the University of Oxford’s Keble College. She was a journalist for The New York Times. She subsequently freelanced for a variety of newspapers and published The Money Goddess, a financial guidance book for women.
Hawkins started writing romantic comedy fiction under the pen name Amy Silver in 2009, publishing four books, including Confessions of a Reluctant Recessionista. She didn’t break through commercially until she pushed herself to write a darker, more serious narrative. Her best-selling work, The Girl on the Train, was a multilayered thriller that dealt with domestic violence, alcoholism, and drug addiction. In November 2016, her name appeared on the list of BBC’s 100 Women. Paula’s second thriller, Into The Water, quickly became a Sunday Times and New York Times bestseller. Currently, Paula lives in both London and Edinburgh.
The narrators of Girl on the Train audiobook are Clare Corbett, Louise Brealey, and India Fisher.
The length of Girl on the Train audiobook is 10 hours and 58 minutes.
Penguin Audio published Girl on the Train audiobook on 01/13/15.