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Spark Notes And Then There Were None by SparkNotes Editors – Mystery Reads

September 24, 2011
Spark Notes And Then There Were None by SparkNotes Editors

Considered the best mystery novel ever written by many readers, And Then There Were None is the story of 10 strangers, each lured to Indian Island by a mysterious host. Once his guests have arrived, the host accuses each person of murder. Unable to leave the island, the guests begin to share their darkest secrets–until they begin to die.

One Of Best Book Ive Ever Read
In And then there were none, ten unaquainted people are lured out to an island under false pretenses. Upon arriving, they learn their mysterious host, a U.N. Owen has not yet arrived. In fact, they soon discover their host will not arrive. Through the use of a gramophone a recording plays accusing the ten people of certain crimes from their past.

One by one the stranded visitors begin to drop like flies. The question is, who this elusive U N Owens and why have these ten random people been chosen as victims? The ending wasnt as shocking as in Murder on the Orient Express, but I still managed to remain somewhat in the dark until the end. Although, I had my suspicions, which turned out to be accurate!

A word of caution, if you havent read this novel, dont read too many reviews. Some of them, in my opinion, reveal too much information. Its best to read an Agatha Christie novel with as little clues as possible. If you havent read it yet, read Murder on the Orient Express, but dont scroll all the way down the page to read any reviews on Amazon. Someone thought it would be cute to reveal the identity of the murderer as the subject of their review.

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