And Then There Were None (Ten Little Indians)
Publish date: July 3rd 1980
Publisher: Pocket Books
Pages no: 173
Edition language: English
I "read" this when I was a freshman for English class. We were supposed to independently read one book a month and then take a test on it. I hated that class and that teacher so I didn't really read this book. I think someone told me the test was easy (none of them were easy and our teacher hadn't w...
Fifth time reading this book, and the second time this year! No review, but here are links to my previous posts about the book: First read in April of 2016 Read Dan Stevens-narrated audiobook for 2016 HW Bingo Read Dan Stevens-narrated audiobook for 2018 HW Bingo Read print copy for 2019 HW Bing...
This book gets better and better with each reread and knowing how this book ends doesn´t take anything away from it. With every page the tension increases, the characters slowly descend into madness and the ending is absolutely brilliant. I have always been hesitant with a five star rating for And...
This is my fourth time reading this, and it just doesn't get old. Even knowing the who, the how, and the why doesn't lessen the enjoyment. This is the 3rd time I've read this book for Halloween Bingo. It's only surpassed by the Tom Mison-narrated audiobook of The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, which I'v...
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.