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There is a sudden death the first night, and the guests suddenly realize they’re stranded on an island with a murderer. Open Preview See a Problem?

Upon arrival, the participants note the quaintness of the island and the home which they are staying in.

I did not care about even one of these characters past seeing the creative ways the author would kill them off. A suspenseful premise for a case, And Then There Were None left me on edge for the duration of the book. One by one they fall prey.

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You may guess who the killer was while turning page over page, but I can guarantee that you’ll never know! The Millers had two other children: I had heard that Christie plays fair in all of her novels, that she does not resort to deus ex machina tactics. Around The Year 3. View all 9 comments.

Yet one of their party believes them all to be guilty, or they would not have been invited to Soldier Island. Nine literary Goodreads reviewers on a thread until late; One lost his Wi-Fi signal and then there were Eight. The Floating Admiral com outros autores.

There’s a problem loading this menu right now. But everything before that was a damn good time, so I wasn’t even that mad. This book reminded me of all the slasher movies I enjoy watching because they had the same elements: View all 68 comments.


And then you have probabaly already gotten a guess and the story becomes interesting when there is three people left. Unlike Hercule Poirot cases where Christie allows the reader to crack the case early on only to have Poirot peal back layers and layers to the case, in And Then There Were None, Dame Christie does not clue us as to who the murderer is.

It’s much like a mix of the movie Clue and the television show Harper’s Islandboth of which, I’m sure, are heavil Well I guess I sort of solved the mystery. One by one they fall prey. I have read many mysteries written by women, including many cases starring female private eyes and police detectives.

Six little soldier boys playing with a hive; A bumble bee stung one and then there were Five. A quick and a simple read! Maybe it was the abnormally cool temps that not only kept my negrjnhos out of the water, but also helped me keep my wits about me? English Choose a language for shopping. They sat listlessly huddled together. She wrote eighty crime novels and story collections, fourteen plays, and several other books.

Three little soldier boys walking in the Zoo; Cao big bear hugged one and then there were Two. Speaking of guilt – this novel has quite a bit to say on this subject.

Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. It almost made me laugh to see certain things, such as the constant use of ellipsis at the end of characters, and the over-the-top exclamations of the characters. Their mysterious benefactor must be disguised as one of the guests, and is more than likely The day of judgement is at hand.

Most notably, aside from the obvious settings and premise the tale poses certain philosophical questions like Lost but does not offer that superior level of character development, while creating an engaging who-done-it puzzle like Clue but minus the quirky, comical qualities. Everything ties together in the end.


A quick fluid read that is sure to entertain most readers.


But Christie has that covered, too. I must have flipped back to that poem a dozen times! Nsgrinhos honestly, the things I have read or seen that fez been cnristie or inspired by or whatever have been much more entertaining and also Want to Read Currently Reading Read. I felt like there were too many plot twists and red herrings. As the book opens, eight people who are all strangers to each other, accept an invitation to spend the This book, first published inand The Murder of Roger Ackroydare generally considered to be Agatha Christie’s most outstanding achievements.

The most prominent feature of this story is suspense with which sez reader is kept glued to the story. This is the version that I read and I must say I am glad.


Ten people have received personal invitations to holiday on Indian Island as the guests of someone from their past. There is a lot of talking in this book, not enough doing. Just make sure you warn everyone that there are some REALLY weird looking dogs that occasionally hang out around the doghouse. Both are premier examples of the “locked room” mystery, and this book is perhaps the most elaborate puzzle mystery ever published.

This was gripping and like I was hooked. Insisting on chivalry when a woman could be the murderer just as well as a man view spoiler [this viewing of women as shrinking violets was what cost Philip Lombard his life in the end!