And Then There Were None

And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie
Agatha Christie
5
Aug 20, 2021

And Then There Were None, by Agatha Christie, is a Mystery/Thriller. Ten strangers were invited to spend time at a coast in Devon. Each of them have a deep - dark secret. While everyone is at the private house, the host is nowhere to be found. One by one, the ten guests begin to die. Until there iso ne left and then there were none…

I believe that this is a very interesting book. It reminds me of the book Ten. In most ways, the books are similar. I like this book because the plot was fabulously done. I prefer And Then There Were None more than Ten because the plot line is better. The murder is unknown. I tried to guess, but the twist simply shocked me. The cover was done well. On the cover, there’s a haunted private island on it. I think it shows how scary and mysterious the book is written. I love the cover. I give this book a 5/5 because of the plot twists and mysterious events.

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Saathwika A.

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