A reader made a request via the comment section on my recent blogpost. She said I should review AND THERE WERE NONE by Agatha Christie and I'm so glad I did.
AND THERE WERE NONE by Agatha Christie got me all wide-eyed in shock yet with a sizzling sense of relief. You all know how satisfied you feel after devouring a large bowl of ice cream. That's how I felt after completing this interesting murder mystery.
Having read the second of all her numerous murder mystery novels she has written, I hope it's not too soon to say I'd recognize her writing style anywhere.
The Introductory chapters were written with so much simplicity and smooth flow that engages the reader with the familiar tingling curious sensation that underlines each word.
As always, the title offers a dim insight which seem to give the reader an upper hand in knowing what the end would be like, and as always…