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Tunos After they get organized and take a peek around, they realize that they are quite alone on this island. I get it, for the time in which it was written it was pretty mind-blowing and people were shocked at the outcome. I found the book trying too hard to stimulate excitement, and turn into a page turner. And therefore bravo to Miss Christie for making me think and care — and not just mindlessly flipping pages to get to dso bottom of the ddez.
It almost made me laugh to see certain things, such as the constant use of ellipsis at the end of characters, and the over-the-top exclamations of the characters.
Then I discovered the BBC audio production. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. I actually really wanted to like this book. Someone plan a murder mystery party and invite me. O caso dos dez negrinhos — Agatha Christie — Google Books You cas, many of the characters have already been judged and condemned by their own selves.
To ask other readers questions about O caso dos dez negrinhosplease sign up. Nope, whoever it is appears to know specific details about each death, and why these particular people were responsible. I recommend reading the actual book or the true audio book rather than the BBC dramatization, unless you are already familiar with the story.
Despite a massive manhunt, she was not found for eleven days. Vera Claythorne and General Macarthur both are tormented by their guilt and view spoiler [Vera actually becomes a direct victim of it, after all, becoming her own executioner in the rather creepy and effective scene hide spoiler ].
I wanted to read at least one book by Agatha Christie so i chose this because of its cool title. For example, encouraging a child to swim to a dangerous spot and then unsuccessfully attempting to save him while he drowns to his death. What would you do negrinhow your fellow guests attempt suicide, get murdered, turned against each other or wait peacefully for the end, what would you do and who would you trust?
Please log in to add your comment. Todo el punto de castigar a personas caaso lo merecen, es el punto fuerte de la historia. I am still going to read Absent in the spring. Refresh and try again. O caso dos dez negrinhos I wish we negrinbos cez like 20 pages explaining the whole thing though, as it was explained but I personally just wanted to read more about it.
She is t Agatha Christie also wrote romance novels under the pseudonym Mary Westmacottand was occasionally published under the name Agatha Christie Mallowan. The Indian rhyme, the ten china figures which gradually disappear as each person dies and the setting of a large house on an island cut off from the rest of the world negribhos strong elements that add to the overall spooky atmosphere.
Otherwise, this version would make for great fun! In that way, the strongest thing about this mystery turned out to be the same thing that made the mystery predictable for me.
Speaking of guilt — this novel has quite a bit to say on this subject. Every person on the island has a secret and is guilty of a murder. I need Find all of my reviews at: He takes it upon himself to correct the imbalance and serve justice that negrinjos law fails to. Anyone know why they changed it?
In the communal dining room are ten salt shakers each representing a person and the same poem. Imagine my delight when I noted a whole slew of her mysteries all lined up neatly on the shelf — more to look forward to if I liked my first! This was during a negrnhos when all I wanted to read were mysteries and nothing else — I suppose I was attempting to create some sort of balance with the high school required reading curriculum.
Towards the end, there are only three people left on nnegrinhos boat. It was short enough that i could read it over a three day period on my lunch break at work. One little Indian boy left all alone; He went neggrinhos hanged himself and then there were none.
But ultimately this does not matter at all for their survival; only the fact that they were deemed guilty view spoiler [except l Vera, as I mentioned above. The very first thing in the book is Justice Wargrave pondering over his invitation to Indian island, and concluding that the woman who sent him the invitation is just the sort of person who would do that sort of thing. But the very fact that these efforts were apparent throughout, diminished their potential. The story gets spookier gradually as each soldier dies leaving lesser and lesser remnants of hope.
An entertaining and very slick little mystery, And Then Begrinhos Were None should appeal to most lovers of this genre. Related Posts
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