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And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie
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Dec 10, 10

Recommended to Chelsea by: Donovan Smithson :p
Read from December 08 to 09, 2010

** spoiler alert ** This book was amazing! I literally could not put this book down. I had practically the same experience as Vanisha. Hahahaha I'm so tempted to go out and buy another Agatha Christie novel right now! There were so many twists and turns. Ms. Christie did a fantastic job of keeping this book unpredictable, witty, and thrilling. During certain points in the book I actually got chills. *SPOILER* The sadistic cunning Justice Wargrave was very well thought out. The way that Vera Claythorne died was so chilling. I could picture her walking into her room and standing on the chair, as if under a trance. This book is a true testament to Christie's creativity, ingenuity, and diligence. In the Author's Note Agatha stated that the idea of writing this book fascinated her because it was such a difficult task. It took a tremendous amount of planning to create such a straight forward yet baffling story. If the rest of Agatha Christie's stories are this intriguing and addicting, I may very well be a lifelong fan :)
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Scarlette Thorn I agree, never would've guessed who it was. You misused the word "literally", I think you mean "figuratively"

Vinnie Marracino Oh my God! I did not see that ending lol

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