And Then There Were None

And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie
Agatha Christie
Star Rating
Reviewer's Rating
Dec 27, 2022

And Then There Were None, by Agatha Christie is a classic mystery novel that has stood the test
of time.

The plot centers around a group of strangers who are invited to an isolated island off the coast
of Devon, England. As they arrive, they are greeted by their host, a mysterious man named Mr.
Owen, who informs them that they have been brought to the island to solve a crime. As the
story unfolds, the group realizes that they are being picked off one by one, according to the
lines of a children's nursery rhyme, "Ten Little Soldiers." With each death, the group becomes
more paranoid and distrustful of each other, as they try to figure out who among them is the

The characters in And Then There Were None are well-developed, and each have their own
distinct personalities and motivations. The setting of the isolated island adds to the tension and
mystery of the novel, as the group is cut off from the outside world and must rely on each other
for survival. The plot of And Then There Were None is twisty and full of surprises, and the
ending is particularly satisfying. Christie is a master at building suspense and keeping the reader
guessing, and this novel is no exception. Overall, this book is a must-read for fans of mystery
and suspense, and a great introduction to the works of Agatha Christie for those who are new
to her writing.


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