I remember when I was on holiday about 5 or 6 years ago, It was the last day of a relaxing break, with great weather, food and drink.
I noticed a drop and swap shelf in the lobby and a book caught my eye, The girl on the train, now I know it's not the most high brow material available but as soon as I saw it, I picked it up and replaced the place on the shelf with some suncream.
I couldn't put it down and read it all the way to the airport in the taxi, in the departure lounge I was devouring the pages.
Then we got called to the gate for boarding and I was reading in the queue, after checking through security, I sat down on the plane and clipped in to my seat belt and suddenly realised, the book!
I'd left it at security when they were checking us, I was cursing until I realised I could download it on my phone, I quickly restarted where I'd left off digitally and finished it before landing.
Although simplistic to some, I really understood the characters and was completely immersed.
I watch the film a few months or years later and was utterly disappointed as one usually is with screen adaptations.