Tuesday, June 29, 2004
And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie
Ten strangers are invited to Indian Island. The ten guests think they have been invited to enjoy a wonderful vacation. To their dismay, they have all been invited to be punished for their past crimes. One by one the ten guests are killed the way the poem "The Ten Little Indians" specifies. The part that grabbed me the most was how the murderer fooled the other guests. The mood of the book was very suspenseful. The characters were fully developed. In particular, Vera Claythorne was the one character that the murderer depended upon to be developed. Chessa H.