And Then There Were None

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And Then There Were None

Walmart # 9780062073488
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Nice paperback for a good price

My daughter needed this for her High School Honors English class. Best price I could find.

Mysteriously mysterious

Mysteriously Mysterious Do you enjoy mystery books with a hint of surprises and a dash of cliff hangers? If you said yes to the last question then this book is for you. In fact, this book appeals to everyone! This book, by far, punts every other book I have read to this day out of the water. This book gets you leaning one way then knocks you out of your chair and makes the chair come crashing down on you. You will feel just this way the moment you attempt to predict the ending. This story takes place on an island called Soldier Island off the Devon Coast. Ten strangers are called to this island by a man named U.N Owen. None of the ten people know Mr. Owen but they decide to come for a vacation anyway. Once they arrive at Soldier Island they are welcomed into Mr. Owen’s mansion by a Mr. and Mrs. Rogers who are appointed to watch over the mansion but have never seen Mr. Owen. Mr. and Mrs. Rodgers are part of the ten who are at the mansion. During the first night at the mansion, someone dies. After that, almost everyday another victim dies until there are just two left. Or is there more? The plot line of the killings goes along with the poem, “Ten Little Indians”, which by miraculous coincidence is in each one of the ten guest’s room in the mansion. Like I said this is a well written and thought out mystery/crime book. The Queen of Mystery, also known as Agatha Christie, really out did herself with this heart-wrenching book. This book not only makes the reader exhilarated and wanting more, but it also contains extensive detail. For example, Agatha Christie takes the time in the beginning to show each of the ten stranger’s lives and reactions before the letter and to the letter they received form “Mr. Owen”. Although this may seem boring to some or most of the people who read this book, including me, it really gives you a background of the characters and helps you find more humor when you find out how they died. Overall, this was a great and electrifying mystery book filled with many twists and turns.
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