And Then There Were None: By Agatha Christie

And Then There Were None: By Agatha Christie

Zoey Holmquist-Kuhn, Writer

Ten strangers are called to an island by a mysterious Mr. and Mrs. Owen. In each of their rooms is an old nursery rhyme hanging on the wall. They believe it is nothing but when they begin to die, one by one, exactly as the people in the rhyme did. They start to think it might not be such a coincidence after all. 

In this wonderfully crafted mystery none of the clues seem to match up, it seems everyone could have done it. Readers can make connections between the nursery rhyme inside the front cover and the rest of the story making for an almost interactive read. It is fun, creepy, and a bit strange, leaving you wanting more clues. Nothing seems connected until the very end. This page turner will hook you and keep you reading until you finally know who did it. Perspectives change throughout the story making it a different reading experience for everyone. This book has easy to understand language but thrilling plot twists and is perfect for most every reader. If you like mystery, murder and puzzles, this book is most definetly for you. It’s no wonder Agatha Christie has been remembered as The Queen of Mystery.