Posted by: ayuayu616 | December 1, 2011

Invited to an island called “Indian Island”…

Have you ever met a book that made it difficult to stop reading? Or a book that made you want to introduce it to others?


And Then There Were None by Mystery’s No.1 bestselling author, Agatha Christie, would be a best book to read if you never met one of those books.

 In the beginning, Lawrence Wargrave, Vera Claythorne, Philip Lombard, General Macarthur, Emily Brent, Anthony Marston, Doctor Armstrong, and William Blore were invited to an island called, “Indian Island.” They soon learned that their hosts are currently away. In each room, each guest finds a copy of nursery rhyme “Ten Little Indians” hanging on the wall. Also, they find a number of Indian figures on the dining table, representing each guest. The eight guests realized that they are tricked, and going to be murdered one by one, each death paralleling a verse of the nursery rhyme, with one of the figures being removed after each murder.

 When I finished reading the book, I was very surprised and shocked. It reminded me not to do bad things because it will always return to you. Of course, the book has a twisted ending. Anyone who wants thrill and suspense, And Then There Were None would be the best book to read in your life!

 Also, a movie came out in 1974, so it might be interesting to try both the book and the movie. The different ending will amaze you more!


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