The Girl on the Train

Read the Book First: New Movie Versions of Bestsellers Coming Soon

We know the book is always better, but that doesn’t mean that the movie version can’t be darn good. Books have always been fair game for big-screen fodder, so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that the latter half of 2015 and the upcoming 2016 movie year will feature some really, really good books being adapted… Read More »

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Casting Call – Thriller Edition

Turning books into movies can be a tricky thing. On the one hand, you’ve got a premade fan base of people who are excited to see their favorite books come to life on the big screen. On the other hand, those same fans are likely to be the harshest critics. Often one of the biggest… Read More »

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7 Thrilling Books to Read after The Girl on the Train

Fans of thrillers are an interesting group. We like to be tricked. We like to be toyed with, misled, tested. We follow unreliable narrators down dark alleys and along murky paths, and will keep following until we reach eventual illumination—redemption is strictly optional. We really like surprises, and we loved The Girl on the Train,… Read More »

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