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The Girl on the Train is told from the perspective of three different first-person narrators: Rachel, Megan, and Anna.
The Girl on the Train is written in the present tense. However, several sections are written in the past tense, presenting flashbacks or recollections of past events.
The Girl on the Train refers to Rachel, the main character and narrator, who rides a commuter train between London and Ashbury every morning and evening.
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