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And Then There Were None
And Then There Were None | Agatha Christie
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Susanita
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📕And Then There We‘re None
🖊Jane Austen
🎥Amadeus
🎤Marc Anthony
🎶Anyway (Martina McBride)
#manicmonday #letterA

CBee Another one for Amadeus! That was my pick too. Thanks for playing 😊😊 1h
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Allylu
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📕And Then There Were None ✍️Agatha Christie 🎥 The Amazing Spider-Man 🎤Abba 🎶 Always. #manicmonday #LetterA @CBee

CBee Thanks for playing 😊😊 1h
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Susanita
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I‘ve been tagged!

It‘ll take me a few days to catch up…

#alphabetgame #lettera

melissajayne I loved that book! 5d
kspenmoll My first Agatha Christie when I was 12 & I was hooked! 4d
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Thank you for playing! 4d
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Cazxxx
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#alphabet game
Letter A

And then there were none has to be my pick as it‘s the book which started my love for crime and mystery plus I‘m a Christie super fan!

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Andrew65
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#AlphabetGame #LetterA

Post your favourite letter A book. And tag some friends. A great idea from @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks

One of the true classics in the crime genre for me, and as far as I‘m concerned Agatha Christie‘s best book, And Then There Were None. What would you choose?

@CocoReads @PageShifter @Kelly_the_Bookish_Sidekick @kwmg40 @AnneCecilie @DieAReader @GHABI4ROSES

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Thanks for playing 🙌🏻📚 1w
Kelly_the_Bookish_Sidekick Thanks for the tag! I'll have to decide which one to use. 7d
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cosmicgoddess
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Mehso-so

Not as exciting as I originally thought it would be. I understand some of the reviews saying it felt as though Agatha Christie didn't choose the murderer until after she had finished writing. I enjoy being able to pick up on clues along the way and solve the mystery too. In some parts it was difficult to remember all of the characters, their personalities were meshed together. Especially the men. Overall I give this book 2.5 stars.

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Mehso-so

This was a re-read for me for my sister‘s book club. Luckily for me I didn‘t remember who the murderer was so it was like I was reading it for the first time. I did like this more the second time but I wish Christie had given us more clues along the way so we could feel more involved as readers in solving the mystery ourselves. I think she wrote the story and then went back and decided who the murderer was which isn‘t as good for the reader.

Roary47 That is one of my favorites. I love that cover 😍. 1mo
LibrarianRyan I feel the same way you did. This was not a favorite. I just do not like a Christie style mystery. But the history of this book is quite interesting. from the 60-80s it was called 10 Little Indians, but originally in Brittan, it was 10 little N(word)s. It was renamed to be and then there was none like the American version years later. Even the rhymes in the two books are different. 1mo
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TheSpineView
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#Book2MovieRecs @Klou
Prompt: Knives Out

ozma.of.oz That‘s a good pairing! 1mo
vivastory I'm looking forward to the follow-up! 1mo
TheSpineView @ozma.of.oz 🌞 1mo
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PageShifter Once a pair that I have watched and read 😄 1mo
Klou Excellent! 1mo
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cant_i'm_booked
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The most fun I've had with an audiobook yet; it's narrated by Dan Stevens (Downton Abbey fans, heads up). I've stayed away from any movies based on Agatha Christie books just because I want to pick my way slowly through all her novels, in full suspense. This was well worth the wait: ten strangers are invited to an island by a mysterious owner only to realize it's a trap. One of them is not who they say they are and is intent on killing the rest.

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Cazxxx
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What‘s yours?

Susanita I pick this too! So good! 4mo
BarbaraBB Difficult. I think maybe 4mo
Cazxxx @Susanita I‘m a Christie super fan and it all started with that book! 4mo
Cazxxx @BarbaraBB I really enjoyed that one I read it not too long ago 4mo
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ozma.of.oz
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I hope you had an enjoyable April Fool‘s, if you celebrate it! 🎉

1. I usually enjoy surprises in stories, but not ones that come out of nowhere. I appreciate good foreshadowing.
2. This one just blew my mind when I first read it. 🤯
3. The thing I love the best about Christie, is that when I go back and reread I find all the breadcrumbs she laid out.

#SundayFunday Have an amazing day and don‘t forget to tag me!

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lonelybluenights
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Life is a bit overwhelming, so I‘m calming myself with Agatha Christie novels. 🥂

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Clare-Dragonfly
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Mehso-so

Enjoyable, but not engrossing. I don‘t feel like the mystery was one I could have figured out, and that disappoints me. Also, I knew the hints of the supernatural were not going to go anywhere, but I so wanted them to!

I will read more Christie… if only because I noticed after I started reading this that the overdue book club book was actually Murder On the Orient Express 🤦🏻‍♀️

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eeclayton
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What a mystery! I had to stay up late last night to finish it 😄

This was my #bookspin for February 🤘 @TheAromaofBooks

TheAromaofBooks Right?? Even when I reread this one, knowing how it ends, I still can't stop myself from racing through it!!! 6mo
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EatSleepRead
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Finished this classic murder mystery today.

Yuki_Onna Uuhhh... That cover... 🤩 #CoverLove 7mo
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Erin.Elizabeth10
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My first Agatha Christie! I was totally sucked in and couldn‘t stop listening! I will definitely want to listen to more of her books!

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Veebee
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A tightly knit murder mystery plot in which it was difficult to guess who did it. Ten people come to an island, on an invitation with no way of leaving and they start dying one by one. The atmosphere of a deserted and eerie island is well constructed.

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Jilly6183
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I can‘t believe this is my first time reading Agatha Christie. Brilliant and delightfully over the top.

Linsy So glad you joined the club! I first read her in the last few years and was hooked!! 7mo
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#Movie2BookRecs @Klou
Prompt: Escape Room

persephone1408 I'm dying to read this one! Out of all the agatha christie shows the brits did...this was my favorite! 8mo
TheSpineView @persephone1408 Agree!😍📖 8mo
Klou Great job! 7mo
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Susanita
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1. Mystery - who else but Dame Agatha Christie?
2. Lady in the Lake - I tried multiple times and just couldn‘t get into it
3. Vitamin E cream that has made my scar softer and less angry
#wondrouswednesday

Eggs Thanks for joining in 👏🏻😻📚 8mo
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TH3F4LC0N
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My first Agatha Christie book! 😛 This was a great little read! It kept me riveted, it kept me on the edge of my seat, and it kept me guessing. Admittedly it requires a great degree of suspension of disbelief, but the effect was still fantastic. The characters weren‘t great, but they were good enough I suppose. The writing was a little simplistic, but the story was mostly well told. I can see why this is one of the bestselling books ever. 😮

LibrarianRyan This was my first Christine as well. It was so long ago, I was reading my gramps copy and it still had the 10 Little Indians title. 8mo
TH3F4LC0N Hey, still better than the original title, amirite? 😂 8mo
BookDragonNotWorm My all time favorite of hers! 8mo
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Michellesibs
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This is such a quick read, I read the entire thing in five hours. It's very straight to the point in terms of plot, there's no fluff or fancy sentences, every word is there for a reason. Same for the characters, you only know what you need to know about them, there's no added filler to flesh them out.

This whole book is designed for you as the reader to figure out who is the murderer. To me it felt very much like the boardgame cluedo.

4 stars

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BookishBelle
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1. Jessica Fletcher from Murder She Wrote. I think she‘d have lots of great stories, would let me read when I wanted to, and maybe we‘d solve a murder whilst stuck in the house!
2. Get some exercise, if you feel up to it and then eat the extra calories you burn in comfort food.
3. Really any murder mystery will do. Cozies welcome and appreciated as well.

#SundayFunday @ozma.of.oz I hope y‘all are doing alright in quarantine! Hang in there!

ozma.of.oz Thank you for the well wishes! Murder mysteries definitely provide good distractions! 😂 Thanks for posting! 8mo
BookishBelle @ozma.of.oz 😊😊😊 8mo
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jenniferw88
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TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! 8mo
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dreamingpoet
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Truly one of the most chilling and thrilling experiences I have ever had while reading a book. A depressing and dark masterpiece.

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katcalvin
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Another Agatha. This one is wonderfully morbid. She really was the best.

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SheReadsAndWrites
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Rainy Saturday read. And my kind of "scary" book for October. ?? #mystery #cozyday

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CaitZ
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I listened to the book and it was excellent. I loved how convoluted the story was and the insight the reader was given into each character's mindset. The movie version I watched was from 1945 and they changed the story too much. I didn't enjoy it.

#Screamathon #ScarePairs #Scarathlon2021 (book - 15 pts, movie - 5 pts, + 1)#BookSpinBingo #Wickedathon #SpookoweenReadathon @4thhouseontheleft @Clwojick @StayCurious @TheSpineView

Susanita Have you seen the mini series from 2014? It‘s worth it for the Aidan Turner scenes if nothing else! 10mo
TheSpineView Great job! 👍📖 10mo
CaitZ @Susanita I didn't know about that version. I'll check it out. Thanks 10mo
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Linsy
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I went a little rogue on #agathachristieclubr2 and picked this up last month to book club with my sister. Even though I've seen the Sarah Phelps adaptation, the book still kept me guessing! I binged it in a day. 🤓

#night #scarathlon #scarathlon2021 #teamslaughter #agathachristieclubr2

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markatong
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Squid Game is the modern retelling of Agatha Christie‘s And Then There Were None, and you cannot convince me otherwise. The psychology in choosing the players, the island setting, the children‘s games, and the 001 ‘character twist‘ are too many to be coincidental!

It‘s a very decent retelling though I just prefer a darker cinematic look.

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LokiDokey
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I was about to tag this #weekendread but then I remembered it is Monday 😒 It's been a long day lol

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jb72
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#bookspin #bookspinbingo #octoberTBR

I haven‘t been prepared these past couple of months for #bookspin. I decided to make my list a few days early for October. If I‘m able to finish any of these books in September then I‘ll just add a free spot for something scary.

TheAromaofBooks Yay!!! 10mo
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TheSpineView
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#Movie2BookRecs @Klou
Prompt: Breakdown

Klou Great job! 10mo
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Kaarin
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It still holds up! What an ending.

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Kelly_the_Bookish_Sidekick
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My #LittensDressedInBlood entry for the 24th...
Jawbreaker: a jaw dropping twist

This one was pretty good. A fast moving classic and great for this time of year.

@MidnightBookGirl

BookDadGirlDad This one twisted my head. 11mo
MidnightBookGirl I need to read more Agatha Christie! 11mo
deeannloso Loved this one! 11mo
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consonantia
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The fiendish plot requires incessant, vertiginous POV shifting. This plus ellipsis abuse made for an unpleasant style - but no one reads Christie for style! A super clever premise, super cleverly executed.

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Kaarin
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Agatha Christie being pleased with her own writing is such a mood. 💕💕

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Julia Harris
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deeannloso Loved it! I‘ve seen the movie twice. 11mo
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DaveGreen7777
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Thank you for #WondrousWednesday @Eggs and thank you for the tag @DarkMina 😀

1️⃣ The Challenger explosion. I still remember the teacher sitting us all down to tell us what had happened and honoring the astronauts.
2️⃣ Bookstore. I want to have my own copy and know it‘s available to me at all times!
2️⃣ Tagged! As a kid I loved mysteries (Encyclopedia Brown, Three Investigators, Hardy Boys), but this one was like none I had ever read before! 😱

peaknit I was in 9th grade when the Challenger happened, that was a tough day. 13mo
DaveGreen7777 @peaknit Agreed! I think I was in 5th Grade when it happened and I still remember the shock everyone was in. 😢 13mo
Eggs Thanks for the thoughtful responses 📚👏🏻🤗 13mo
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RaeLovesToRead I love murder mysteries! Have you read The Murder of Roger Ackroyd? I scored a bit of an own goal when I googled And Then There Were None (the film) a month or so ago and under "People also ask..." there was "Why did [NAME REDACTED] kill everyone?" ... Thanks Google, you spoilery git ??? 13mo
RaeLovesToRead I've just marked my previous comment as spoiler because (thinking idly), it occurred to me that [NAME REDACTED] killing "everyone" might actually mean "everyone" [!!!!!!] making it EVEN MORE SPOILERY than I initially thought. 13mo
DaveGreen7777 @RaeLovesToRead In all fairness to you, that spoiler about killing everyone is really right there in the title, so I think you‘re okay! 😉 I have a copy of “Roger Ackroyd” but I haven‘t read it yet! 😩 13mo
RaeLovesToRead @DaveGreen7777 I probably should have clocked on to that! *hides* 😅 Roger Ackroyd is a masterpiece... highly recommend! 13mo
DarkMina You‘re welcome! 13mo
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The.Great.Catsby
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#wondrouswednesday
@Eggs

1. 9/11 - I was in 5th grade. I remember being at recess and suddenly we were all called back inside. None of us knew why and they wouldn't tell us.
2. The library. Especially Libby
3. When I was a teenager, the Twilight series. I was obsessed. But finding my actual love for reading now and making time to read, it all started with the tagged book. It's how I realized that I like the mystery/thriller genre.

Eggs Isn‘t it amazing how a book can affect us!! Thanks for playing 📚👏🏻📚 13mo
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rjsthumbelina
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Read this in the dark for #Summerween. Man, Christie was so talented - how in the world could someone CREATE this storyline?? Ten people come to an island under what quickly turns out to be mysterious circumstances. Then they start dying, 1 by 1. They figure out that the killer must be one of the guests. But who? So many plots over time have been twists on this classic!

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StephMC82
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Reading The Mystery of Mrs. Christie inspired me to pull out this book from my #tbr pile. I can't wait to dig in to my first Agatha Christie Mystery!

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Madelpadel
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Although I had to take notes to keep all the characters straight, this was an incredible read! I love to try and solve mysteries before the author reveals the answers, but I was nowhere close on this one. I imagine the rest of her books are just as good- which ones should I be sure to read?

mavey Do give Murder Of Roger Ackroyd and Murder On The Orient Express a try! 1y
Madelpadel @Mavey thank you!! I‘ve added them to my list. 1y
mavey @Madelpadel Happy Reading!😊❤ 1y
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srishti_jain
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After reading this book, I finally gotta know why Agatha Christie is known as the 'queen of mystery'. The setting of the book was amazing, every twists and turns turns were fantastic. This book hooked me from the very beginning to the last and it was all worth it.
#book #agathachristie #thriller #books

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jlowery999
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The Queen of Crime did it again for me on this one. Did not see the resolution coming. I love how she leaves absolutely nothing up to interpretation or debate, and that every single thing has an explanation. Dan Stevens as the audiobook narrator was fantastic.

Madelpadel Have you read other books by her? If so, which do you recommend?? 1y
jlowery999 The only other one I have read so far is Murder on the Orient Express, which was fantastic. I liked it more than And Then There Were None. I plan to read more! 1y
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Heba Magdy
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dreamingpoet
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Excellent book. Very creepy. Could not recommend enough!!!