DustedBookshelves: And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie

Presenting DustedBookshelves: And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie. Reviewed by Danielle Trujillo for In the Stacks

Hello! My name is Danielle Trujillo and welcome to the DustedBookshelves book video Review for In the Stacks. 

Today we will be reviewing the mystery novel, And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie. The story follows 10 individuals as they spend time on Soldier Island after receiving an invitation to the island by someone named U.N. Owen. As the story progresses, guests begin to die in a similar fashion to the deaths described in the “Ten Little Soldiers,” nursery rhyme found displayed in each of their rooms. Being the only individuals on the island, the 10 guests begin to suspect that someone amongst them is the killer. A quick read, Chrisite wonderfully constructs the story so that throughout the book the reader remains surprised by the ending. To see more Video Book Reviews, visit us at Inthestacks.tv.



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