I read one of the most raved about Agatha Christie books; And Then There Were None.
And it’s totally worth all the fame it has earned.
I finished it in a day it was impossible to put it down, incredibly griping story.
I have been a reader all my life. A loony addicted to words.
I feel, every story runs in thin translucent layers, a good writer can make you see and feel all of them. Its my definition of a good book and author.
Agatha Christie books mostly fit into this simple description.
And this book marveled at it!
The story revolves around a group of 10 people, who are invited on a secluded island where there are trapped in an ugly web of confrontations, confessions, mistrust, fears.
10 layers of stories. 10 guilt ridden players of a merciless game. 10 untraceable murders
And then there was the thinnest layer..almost a membrane.
The board on with all of these pieces sat, covering it.
The man’s obsession of taking matters in his hands and his need to have a story designed by him and revolving around him.
It’s a great mystery novel, if you prefer this genre its a must-read book.
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