|# of Units:||9 CDs|
|Length:||11 hours, 30 minutes|
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This was just okay. It was not that mysterious I could see “who done it” early in the book.
Good book. It was a little confusing in the beginning because of all the different characters and the fact that flip back-and-forth for almost the entire book. But overall a pretty good read. I’m interested to see the movie and see how they will handle moving from one character to another. If you liked Girl on the the Train, this is another good one, but be aware that they are not similar at all. Enjoy!
The books was entertaining, full of dark intrigue and interesting plot, but I felt I never really knew the characters. Didn't quite believe the story, or the character Jules behavior. And though the readers were wonderful, having two different people reading one character was confusing.
Really enjoyed this book!! There were moments that really took me by surprise and I love that. Would definitely recommend this book to read.
Good book but very hard to follow. If you can understand the story line then you will have an easy time understanding
Good book. The story kept you guessing until the very end. I loved all the different narrators.
I found it a little hard to follow.
Thoroughly enjoyed this book...so many twists and curves. Liked the multiple narrators...it made it easy to follow.
Excellent book! Keeps you guessing and thinking throughout the whole thing! The narration is easy to listen to and the varied cast makes it easier to remember which character is narrating at the time.
Into the Water is a highly addictive read. The book is set in Beckford, a small British town obsessed with its dark past. When a single mother, Nel Abbott, is found dead in the river, her estranged sister Jules arrives to care for Nel’s teenage daughter Lena. As Jules learns more about her sister’s apparent suicide in the town’s Drowning Pool — and the many mysterious deaths that preceded it, including Lena’s best friend — she’s pulled further and further into a shadowy world where tragedy lurks, memory is unstable, and things are never as they seem. The novel, it must be said, contains all the elements that made The Girl on the Train famous in the first place. The narrative transfixes; its short chapters and multiple perspectives pull the reader in immediately, and refuse to let go until the very last page is turned. Into the Water is well-written, well-structured and well-crafted
Paula Hawkins worked as a journalist for fifteen years before turning her hand to fiction. She lives in London." The Girl on the Train "is her first thriller. It is being published all over the world and has been optioned by Dreamworks.