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by Agatha Christie
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Issa Bacsa's Bookshelf
Issa Bacsa's Bookshelf rated it 1 month ago
Ten people of different professions and social statuses receive an unusual invitation from a certain millionaire named U.N. Owen. The invitation requires them to stay for a week in a private Indian Island.
Jennifer's Books
Jennifer's Books rated it 3 months ago
Here are the posts I made in the past about both the print version and the audiobook. I say "posts," because I hesitate to call either a review.
Familiar Diversions
Familiar Diversions rated it 8 months ago
Several people, all strangers to one another, arrive at a small, isolated island. Some believe themselves to have been invited by an old acquaintance, while others thought they were being hired by someone named U.N. Owen. All of them discover, too late, that these were lies designed to lure them int...
Darth Pony
Darth Pony rated it 10 months ago
There was something magical about an island – the mere word suggested fantasy. You lost touch with the world – an island was a world of its own. A world, perhaps, from which you might never return. Oh, Dame Agatha, you foreshadowing minx! This was a re-read (re-re-re-re-re-read, more like). I don...
My Never Ending List
My Never Ending List rated it 12 months ago
I listened to this novel and I was surprised how fast it went. This is the first Agatha Christie novel that I have read in a long time and I was surprised how much I liked it. I thought it might be slow or wordy but this novel was non-stop action and there were times that I relistened to parts of it...
Portable Mistletoe
Portable Mistletoe rated it 1 year ago
That was a fun ride! And I almost had it figured out. Well, not really. I mean, I was right in my guess for whodunnit, but couldn't figure out howdunnit. Anyway, it was perfectly plotted, wonderfully drawn characters, and Dan Stevens did a fantastic job bringing it to life with his reading. Au...
JL's Bibliomania
JL's Bibliomania rated it 1 year ago
OF COURSE I've heard of the grand dame of mystery, Agatha Christie, but have I ever taken the time to read any of her books? Nope. Thank you Halloween Bingo for giving me an incentive to try something new. And Then There Were None is in many ways the archetype of a closed-circle mystery. And I'm ...
Obsidian Blue
Obsidian Blue rated it 2 years ago
Is this the best Christie? I don't know. Some people will argue. But I can say that this, The Murder of Roger Ackroyd, and Murder on the Orient Express are in my top favorite of Christie's works. "And Then There Were None" is a classic for a reason. Besides getting some locked room mysteries, you...
Tannat rated it 2 years ago
I wanted to read this because I went to see a play based on the book a while ago and I was curious about the book itself. So, of course, although I knew what happened in the play, I couldn’t know exactly how things would play out in the book. This is one of Christie’s standalone mystery novels. Th...
Kaethe rated it 2 years ago
Continuing my November is vintage murder theme. This is one of the first mysteries I read. As a locked-room mystery, is it still great? Or have I passed my personal golden age of crime so long ago?


2008 November 11

It is still great. Least probable book ever, but a rea...
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