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Listen: The Girl on the Train Is No Gone Girl (and Never Was)

When I first heard of the 2015 novel The Girl on the Train, I was excited. I had been hearing murmurs that it was the new Gone Girl - the next big juicy thriller. And I read it. And I loved it. But the next Gone Girl it was not. Soon enough, the book-to-movie adaptation was announced; I really liked the trailers, and I knew the twists and turns would make for a good film.
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