And then there were none by Agatha Christie - book review

A masterpiece delivered by none other than "queen of mystery". A must read for mystery lovers. The wit and logic in this book will impress you. And if you think you can predict who is the perpetrator in mystery novels, give this book a try, you might be surprised.

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And then there were none is a mystery/thriller written by agatha christie. The story revolves around 10 people, who are not aquainted with each other, get stranded on an island amidst a storm and then one by one they all start dying.
This book is proof enough that Agatha Christie is not called "Queen of Mystery" for nothing.
It is a short, gripping, very logical yet very mysterious book and it will keep you guessing till the end. While reading, sometimes you will feel like you have it all figured out, that you know the characters thoroughly and you can predict what they are going to do next but ,my dear friend, you haven't. You have been fooled by this witty author and her deep understanding of human psychology, which is reflected very nicely in this book.
I am trying to think of some negative points or drawbacks to mention but i really cannot think of anything. It is a very good book and if you like mystery and logic you should definitely read it. And if don't like this genre you should give this book a try, who knows you might enjoy it as much as i did.
P.S.- I wonder how poirot would approach a case like this.

Rating: 5/5.


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