And Then There Were None

Agatha Christie
Reading Order: Book 21
Categories: 2020, Erik Rostad
Pages: 252
Date Started: July 6, 2020
Date Finished: July 8, 2020
5h 5m 37s
Reason Book was Chosen: I read my first Agatha Christie murder mystery in 2019. I'd like to try to read one a year going forward. She has quite a few.
My Thoughts

What a fun book. This one had me guessing until the very end, and even then, I was surprised by the ending.

These murder mysteries are excellent books for honing reading comprehension skills. You are forced to pay attention to every word, each look, slight nuances. Each one of these things may hold the key to finding out who committed the murders. It’s almost a game of trying to figure out who the killer is before Agatha Christie reveals it at the end.

I plan to continue reading one Agatha Christie novel each year. They are great fun and keep you thinking each time you close the book.

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