And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie

Published December 3, 2009

And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie

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Now, I have read this one before. In fact, I read a copy of it that had artwork on the cover that would not be acceptable anymore, and was printed under the original title.

It didn’t put me off though, the idea behind the story is brilliant. Ten people turn up at an island and gradually they are killed. The ultimate whodunit, because at the end, whoever is left must be the murderer, right?

Reading it a second time was just as good as the first‚Ķ to start with. It’s been a long time since I read it and we know my memory isn’t great, but halfway through the book, I suddenly remembered who the murderer was, which spoiled it a little. I wasn’t 100% on the details though, so I kept on reading, and enjoyed it anyway.

Once again, I recommend this book, although the way some of the dialogue is written makes it a bit hard to digest at time. I think it may be oversimplified slightly, to compensate for the number of characters in the book, but naturally, it soon whittles down!

Rating: Unrated

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