[Read] ➵ And Then There Were None ➼ Agatha Christie – Pv1.info

[Read] ➵ And Then There Were None ➼ Agatha Christie – Pv1.info First, There Were Ten A Curious Assortment Of Strangers Summoned As Weekend Guests To A Little Private Island Off The Coast Of Devon Their Host, An Eccentric Millionaire Unknown To All Of Them, Is Nowhere To Be Found All That The Guests Have In Common Is A Wicked Past They Re Unwilling To Reveal And A Secret That Will Seal Their Fate For Each Has Been Marked For Murder A Famous Nursery Rhyme Is Framed And Hung In Every Room Of The Mansion Ten Little Boys Went Out To Dine One Choked His Little Self And Then There Were Nine Nine Little Boys Sat Up Very Late One Overslept Himself And Then There Were Eight Eight Little Boys Traveling In Devon One Said He D Stay There Then There Were Seven Seven Little Boys Chopping Up Sticks One Chopped Himself In Half And Then There Were Six Six Little Boys Playing With A Hive A Bumblebee Stung One And Then There Were Five Five Little Boys Going In For Law One Got In Chancery And Then There Were Four Four Little Boys Going Out To Sea A Red Herring Swallowed One And Then There Were Three Three Little Boys Walking In The Zoo A Big Bear Hugged One And Then There Were Two Two Little Boys Sitting In The Sun One Got Frizzled Up And Then There Was One One Little Boy Left All Alone He Went Out And Hanged Himself And Then There Were None When They Realize That Murders Are Occurring As Described In The Rhyme, Terror Mounts One By One They Fall Prey Before The Weekend Is Out, There Will Be None Who Has Choreographed This Dastardly Scheme And Who Will Be Left To Tell The Tale Only The Dead Are Above Suspicion


10 thoughts on “And Then There Were None

  1. chai ♡ chai ♡ says:

    There is scarcely any comfort to be found in this book, only an ancient, arcane horror The story is a vast underwater cavern, where nothing flows and nothing ebbs and all is as dark and still as the grave Even my most harrowing nightmares would have never conjured such a soul fearing tale And Then There Were None was uncomfortable as it lodged itself in the darkest corner of my mind The questions it asks and the implication


  2. Kinga Kinga says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Before I begin I would like to apologise for my use of the N word in this review It is necessary, I promise.This book was originally published in UK under a charming title of Ten Little Niggers When it came to the US version in the 40 s someone decided that Ten Little Niggers is not the most marketable title for a book so they changed it to Ten Little I


  3. Emily May Emily May says:

    I m a big lover of Agatha Christie, she has written some fantastic murder mysteries and her stories never get tiring But this is the one that just comes out on top every time.It partly, and quite amusingly, reminds me of that old American murder mystery in Sunset Beach Basically, they re the only ones on this island and someone is killing them off one by one in accordance with the Ten Little Indians rhyme And I swear I never saw it coming,


  4. Nataliya Nataliya says:

    This lovely mystery book is first and foremost about the administration of the long overdue justice, right At least that s what the mastermind behind it all believes.But the question is who has the right to decide what justice is And who is to decide what punishment serves the crime And is perceived justice at all costs the ultimate goal, or is it the frequently pointless work of a maniac As a matter of fact, what is justice after all I think the


  5. James James says:

    5 stars to Agatha Christie s And Then There Were None This is the book that started my absolute love of the mystery genre I was addicted and must have read it 3 or 4 times over the course of the year Between the poem, the deserted island, the plot twist, the count down, the pure clandestine suspense it couldn t get any better Story Ten people receive a mystery letter from someone they don t know that indicates they should come to a remote island Why would


  6. PirateSteve PirateSteve says:

    One of the worlds best selling books of all time, Agatha Christie s and Then There Were None sets the standard for crime fiction The book was first published under a different title in jolly old England, but even back in 1939 American publishers were far too politically correct to use a title they found so offensive Still again, in 1964 and again in 1986 a third title was published but political correctness struck again I read the book under the authors original


  7. Merphy Napier Merphy Napier says:

    Full of suspense and I was hanging on every word I loved that we almost knew what would happen next because of the sequence and yet, had no idea how it would come about This is my first Agatha Christie and now I can t wait to read


  8. Anne Anne says:

    Reread 2015 Because some Non Crunchy Cool Classic Pantaloonless friends thought I read it wrongTurns out, I did This was a really good mystery insert long winded apology with much groveling Happy, guysThe story goes a bit like this 10 strangers each get invitations from someone they think they know to stay on an island resort Hells yeah Sunshine sea air Well, resort is a bit of a misnomer It s really a big house on an island Still, it s famous for being a party place, and nobody


  9. Charlotte May Charlotte May says:

    Watch and pray The day of judgement is at handNow I understand why Agatha is the Queen of crime This was addictive A group of people are all individually invited to an island for a summer holiday in Devon None of them 100% sure who their mysterious host is Things become evenpeculiar when their host isn t there when they arrive, and doesn t show themselves at all One by one the guests are killed, picked off, leaving the others terrified and paranoid It was a fantastic mystery tWatch and


  10. Dita Dita says:

    Are you kidding me ALL OF THE STARS EVERY STAR Just brilliant


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