BOOK GIVEAWAYTHE GIRL ON THE TRAIN

the-girl-on-the-trainEDIT – WINNER CHOSEN! Competition now closed.

 I’m doing my first ever blog giveaway and I figured what better book to have as the prize than The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins.

If you haven’t heard of The Girl on the Train, well let me entice you. It’s a psychological thriller (would you expect any less from me?) about well…a girl on the train. Told in first person narrative from the point of view of three women; Rachel, Anna and Megan. Alcoholic and depressed Rachel is our main protagonist and the events that unfold in the book revolve around and connect to her in many ways.

It’s a fast paced thriller and has been incredibly popular, and following in the footsteps of Gone Girl, now has a film adaptation that is to be released in October of this year. Starring Emily Blunt as Rachel, the trailer looks incredibly tense and dark, and I’m really hoping that the filmmakers manage to do the book justice unlike than some of the great thriller novels who’s film fell completely flat (cough cough…Before I Go To Sleep.)

Emily Blunt is a great actress and I’m really hoping she captures the fragility of Rachel, and from the shots we see of her in the trailer, my hopes are very high.

So have I done enough to spike your interest in The Girl on the Train? If so, here’s how you enter my giveaway –

Like my Facebook page
Follow my blog
& Comment below why you love psychological thrillers!

Good luck! I’ll be choosing a winner at random on the Wednesday 3rd of August 2016 at Midnight (GMT)

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(You must be over 18 to enter, open worldwide. I have purchased prize (book) with my own money and am not being sponsored for this giveaway. You can only enter once and any other entries will not be counted. Winner will be chosen at random from all qualifying entries. The winner will be informed by email (so make sure I can find it through your comment or have a way to contact you!) within seven days of the contest ending. Winners must respond within 7 days to claim their prize. This prize draw is governed by English law and the courts of England shall have exclusive jurisdiction over any dispute arising in connection with it.)