Rachel rides the same commuter train to work every day and every night. She rattles down the track every day, flashing past a row of quaint suburban homes before stopping at the signal that permits her to watch the same couple breakfast on their deck every day. She’s begun to feel as if she knows them. She refers to them as Jess and Jason. Their lives are ideal, in her opinion. It’s eerily similar to the life she recently lost.
“The Girl on the Train is the most addictive game I’ve ever played.”