Thursday, July 28, 2011

And Then There Were None

(previously published as Ten Little Indians)

Author: Agatha Christie
Genre: Mystery
My rating on a 1-10 scale: 8
Type: Fiction
Number of pages: 173
Time period: 1800's
Main characters: There are a bunch.
Exciting events: Murders! And lots of them...
My overall opinion: It was exciting. And weird. Really weird. What quirks! A very exciting Agatha Christie.

1 comment:

Miss Laurie said...

This is the quintessential murder story, a group of individuals stranded and one by one they are killed off. Since Agatha Christie wrote this story so many people have done variations of this theme in books, TV shows and movies. This story surprised me a lot with the ending because I never would have guessed who the murderer was! So in mystery novels (especially Agatha Christie) I always expect the unexpected! I'm glad you enjoyed it, even though it was a bit weird to you.

~Miss Laurie :)