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It was very intriguing, and by half way I didn’t want to put it down – I needed to know what was going on!


She’s far too polite. This book was no where nearly as good as I remember it being. Her books have sold roughly four billion copies and have been translated into 45 languages. I prefer my murder mysteries with a little more thrill, a little less “Col. Agatha Christie totally tricked me.

There’s no official detective investigating the case from an impersonal distance so those sick of Poirot’s smarmy lectures about his stupid little gray cells, or frustrated by Miss Marple’s lack of direct involvement in her own cases, faso have much to be thankful for hereand although the Agatha Christie Players are still xaso the young governess, the old military man, the cocky playboy, the old spinsterthey all have a dark edge to them that hasn’t been seen in other Christie books.

It was short enough that i could read it over a three day period on my lunch break at work.


Firstly, I’m not completely sold on the ending. Books by Agatha Christie. Often killers are so easy to work out. Speaking of guilt – this novel has quite a bit to say on this subject. Also by its very nature, as the book’s last pages acknowledge, this story is a morality play. This lovely mystery book is first and foremost about the administration of the long-overdue justice, right?


But the question is – cado has the right to decide negfinhos justice is? It’s the kind of murder where law is helpless.

O caso dos dez negrinhos

Seriously, this is a great read. Ten individuals who committed murder at one point in their lives have been invited to Soldier Island for a supposed holiday.

Unlike Hercule Poirot lvro where Christie allows the reader to crack the case early on only to have Poirot peal back layers and layers to the case, in And Then There Were None, Dame Christie does not clue us as to who the murderer is.

But there’s a bigger problem: You see, many of the characters cos already been judged and condemned by their own selves. I am still going to read Absent in the spring.

Then their unknow Admittedly, I am not a big fan of the mystery genre, but I do read them from time to time. Two little Indian boys sitting in the sun; One got frizzled up and then there was one.

View all 5 comments. Endless thanks to twelvejan [Alexandria] for bringing this classic tale to my negrihhos. All that the guests have in common is a wicked past they’re unwilling to reveal – and a secret that will seal their fate. Still, it’s famous for being a party place, and nobody Reread: And why is he killing these people? These are crimes committed that lead to a murder indirectly and cannot be traced back to the killer by the law. It has a neat resolution despite an obvious plot hole view spoiler [ – Wargrave’s brains will be all over the bed on which he was NOT supposed to have died!


This review is also here: Blog Goodreads Twitter Youtube Obviously though, I had a few problems with it if I didn’t give it 5 stars! The belief by some that people of ‘proper class’ would be incapable of murder view spoiler [Doctor Amstrong becomes a victim of just this reasoning hide spoiler ]. I just love Agatha Christie!

In general, dod her, murder is a nice jumping off point for creating a puzzle box. And Then There Were None. Just make sure you warn everyone that there are some REALLY weird looking dogs that occasionally hang out around the doghouse.

O caso dos dez negrinhos – Agatha Christie – Google Books

The day of judgement is at hand. He starts shaking the victim by the shoulder, demanding “Who did this to you? From now on, it is our task to suspect each and every one amongst us.

I just found it a piece of clever puffery with a phony ending tacked on. And all of these assumptions prove to be wrong. View all 68 comments. What would you do if you were invited to a place raved about everywhere, a place where your friend, someone you met once, your colleague, or some old pal invited to you to?

So should being tormented by guilt versus a cold-blooded killer factor at all in the administration of justice? Wikipedia entry for Agatha Christie