Saturday, 2 August 2014

Book Review - And then there were none by Agatha Christie

And then there were none. Makes you wonder, doesn't it? Quite enchanting!
At the beginning of the novel, there is a poem given. A poem about ten little soldiers. That somewhat intrigues you.
This novel is one of the famous novels of the author. This book will make any one a Christie fan.
Trust me when I say this. You will not need a bookmark for this book. It is a one sitting read. You could read it again and again!
The book starts with ten people on an island. The island is a little eerie to read. No one around! Only the big house where they are all going.
They are not related to each other in any way. The guests range from a Magistrate to a Governess. Some of them have come for work and some are invited. The letters to most are from Mrs.U.N.Owen and Mr.U.N.Owen. But the U.N stands differently for each.
They arrive and the story starts. Anything said more will be a huge spoiler.
This is a book that will make you want to know what is happening.
But there is a clue for finding the murderer!
Do not miss reading this!

Agatha Christie herself has said that this was a book which required a lot of planning and she took a lot of efforts writing this.

We enjoyed reading it too!!

Rating: 10/10.

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