Title: Into the Water

Author: Paula Hawkins

Publishers: Doubleday

Ratings: 3.5/5

Into the Water is full of thrills except for the end! Author has written a very engaging story. The story will disturb your peace of mind by its writing style. Every scene is described, beautifully and precisely. It will hold the roots of your conscience and will urge you to rethink the story.

The way it embarks, it doesn’t seem to be a story of any person, but a drowning pool. A pool that has sucked the life of many women and has the unsolved mystery of history. But in the end, it is the opposite.

It’s a story of not just one woman, it is of many. But the investigations are always closed as they don’t get any evidence. This time a lady, fascinated by the history, who was writing a book on Drowning Pool died. Her family wasn’t able to accept it as a suicide so they were just trying to discover it. The police also didn’t give up this time as they were getting hints from time to time. It is a story of every woman who dies. People are cruel but their stories are scarier.

The ending of the book will not satisfy the reader as the entire story is very fascinating. It will you goosebumps.

About the Author

Paula Hawkins

Paula Hawkins was born on 26th August 1972, is a Zimbabwe-born British author, best known for her best-selling psychological thriller novel The Girl on the Train, which deals with themes of domestic violence, alcohol and drug abuse. The novel was adapted into a film starring Emily Blunt in 2016.    

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