I am going to have to be careful not to compare this book to her first novel ‘Girl on The train’. But I prefer ‘Girl on the Train’. I was very excited when I saw that her second book has come out and bought it straight away. But I found it hard going. Her chapters are split up into characters names. So I found it very confusing and when at the end of part one, almost half way through the book a character named Helen turns up, I had to flick back through the whole book only to see that she wasn’t mentioned before. I found it difficult to get into the story. It didn’t get interesting until part two, where the secret about Neil Abbot’s death becomes more exciting and there are quite a few suspects and the suspense heightens. It took me much longer than anticipated to finish this book, as I had to go back a few times to check what a certain character was up to last. I really don’t like the chapter style, but that is just personal taste.
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