Have you ever wanted to solve a mystery? Then Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None is a book for you. In this story, eight people are invited to an island for a dinner party. None of them know who the host of the party is, and they do not know any of the other people on the island. When they get there, a butler and a maid are on the island to help, but the host of the party is nowhere to be found. When a storm traps the 10 people on the island together, and when people start to die, those left alive have to figure out who the killer is before it is too late. Secrets are revealed, lies are told, and a killer is on the prowl. Who will live and who will die? Both questions can be answer in Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None.
From the year of 1939, Agatha Christie spins a tale of murder and mystery that twists and turns the reader to new answers and false hopes. Like a game of Clue, the murderer can be found by looking at the crime scenes and following the suspects. The suspense of whodunit leads readers to never want to stop reading, and with many different adaptations being made over the years, this story’s classic tale can be found in todays movies and shows. From a 2015 T.V. show to a 1985 film, this story has traveled through the decades to be seen and heard by many, but I would recommend reading the story for yourself because with a tale such as this, the best way to experience it, is to read it.
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