THE READING Book #31: And Then There Were None (Agatha Christie)

0031K0028. And Then There Were None. Agatha Christie

TITLE: And Then There Were None

AUTHOR: Agatha Christie

GENRE: Fiction, paperback. Mystery, thriller, suspense.

PUBLISHER: Pocket Book

PAGES: 174

YEAR: 1940 (1973)

NOTES: Also known as Ten Little Niggers

DESCRIPTION: Ten people are invited to Indian Island. Shortly after arriving, they discover someone is killing them off one by one.

DECISION: Keep

 

It was a little slow to start. In fact, I’ve tried reading this probably about a dozen times before and gave up because it was so boring. The only reason I pushed through it was because I needed to for school. Once they got to the island though, it was plenty interesting. Although I managed to get my suspects down to two by chapter 12, one of them was the person behind it all. They was kind of sucky. That being said though, that could just be because of who I personally am more likely to trust or distrust, along with the fact that I used to watch true crime stuff as a kid since I wanted to be a forensic pathologist.

I’m not sure if I would read it again since I know who did it, which takes away the fun in my opinion. But it’s worth reading. Fight through the first chapter. It’s worth it.

 

Book #31
Keep #28
Lose #3

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