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5 Major Differences Between The Girl on the Train Book and the Movie

Whenever a movie adaptation is released, we can't help but think back to the source material. The Girl on the Train was the must-read thriller of 2015, and for the most part, the movie sticks to the book. However, there are at least five big differences that you'll notice - even if it's been months since you read the book. If you're planning on seeing the movie, stop reading after the third point.
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