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Thread: Girl on the train

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    I read the book or rather tried to. Too slow. Not interested in the movie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by marge954 View Post
    I tried to read the book but quit at about page 20. I am on the list at my library for the movie and am interested to see if I make it to the end.
    The book is very slow to start. If you hang in there, it is really good. I highly recommend the book over the movie.

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    I found the book at a thrift store for 88 cents....but just couldn't get into it. And I love murder mysteries!!

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    I listened to this book as an audible book. I enjoyed it that way. I tried to watch the movie and IMHO it was too slow. I couldn't stick with it after about 20 minutes.
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    I've found that they make women way too stupid in books and movies. I am offended but then sometimes I see how women act and I can understand.

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    Tried to read it as it was on the top ten list for so long but didn't get too far. Didn't like it. So won't go to the movie.

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    I read the book because I had heard so much about it. I was very disapointed......she should be a quilter---then she wouldn't have time to be so obsessed with all that crap. talk about co-dependent.....book really turned me off......can't imagine why so many young adult women, believing in their own rights, etc, would find this book interesting. I thought it was sick.........

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    I started to read the book but never finished it. I thought it was depressing.
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    I read the book a while ago - slow to start but I was glad to stick with it. Funnily enough I started to watch the film just last night and twenty minutes in - turned it off. Too confusing and although not a favourite book - it was better than the film.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marge954 View Post
    I tried to read the book but quit at about page 20. I am on the list at my library for the movie and am interested to see if I make it to the end.
    ditto----I could not choke the first chapter down. Not going to try the movie.

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