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And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie | Book Review

Another cracking yarn from the Queen of Mystery, And Then There Were None finds ten people drawn to an island by a mysterious figure named U.N. Owen. Once they arrive on the island, though, sinister things start happening and their numbers dwindle…

Christie knew how to weave together a mystery, and this is one of the best I’ve ever read. I was constantly puzzling out solutions in my head, trying to figure out who was pulling the strings. All of the characters have their own motivations and personalities, and I enjoyed reading about them. Her writing style is also very fast-paced and compelling, which made me keep feverishly turning the pages. A must-read and a classic.


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