With the same propulsion that captivated millions of readers worldwide in her debut, The Girl on the Train, Paula Hawkins unfurls a gripping, twisting, layered story set in a small riverside town. Once again in Into The Water Hawkins demonstrates her powerful understanding of human instincts and the damage they can inflict.
Adaka Narayana (Verified Purchase)
I felt the book was over hyped for all the rave reviews. This is just an ok thriller with not much surprise element. The narration was good and the author thought of a different way by making each chapter essayed by a different character.
alwin sylvester (Verified Purchase)
neatly packaged and timely delivered . This is a brilliant work by the author who has taken great effort to unravel the complex psyche . She affirms that everybody’s truth is different .
NIRANJAN PRATAP SINGH (Verified Purchase)
I loved the book cover which is so cool and this book is a unputdow able. It has nothing to do with the girl in the train coz Some used to compare it with the other book. But this one is an unique book and I really loved Paula Hawkins writing style.
HIMANGSHU KALITA (Verified Purchase)
The book was just fabulous. The twists and turns and especially the multiple povs, Ahhhh such a delight. This book would make you keep on guessing and guessing till the truth smacks your face and you need to flip the pagea back to get what just happened. Just an awesome read. And it was so addicting, I finished it in one day. Certainly ‘a must buy’ book for psychological thriller lovers
ravi bhushan (Verified Purchase)
Finished the book in a day. Griping plot with dark thrills. Though I guessed the end well but the way it is presented and penned is excellent.
Please don’t compare this one with previous book The Girl On Train _by Hawkins as both are not comparable. Both are extremely well in their own way.