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message 1: by Aly, Book Monster and group creator (new)

Aly | 1182 comments Mod
We will discuss our next group read starting in January here.


message 2: by Aly, Book Monster and group creator (new)

Aly | 1182 comments Mod
I can't wait to get this book started!


message 3: by Aly, Book Monster and group creator (new)

Aly | 1182 comments Mod
I love a good mystery. Has anyone started reading the book yet? What do you think?


message 4: by Kate (new)

Kate I love this book. Kept me guessing the entire way. Make sure to read till the very very very end.


message 5: by Sarah (new)

Sarah I’m sorry because this is a stupid question- but I mostly use the GoodReads app which is still wanting for many features. What is the group read? I haven’t been able to figure it out lol.


message 7: by Sarah (new)

Sarah Got it! Thanks. I’ll see if I can track down a copy.


message 8: by Sylvia (new)

Sylvia Walker | 20 comments This is the first Agatha Christie I've ever actually read. I've just seen the movies! I'm really enjoying it.


message 9: by Aly, Book Monster and group creator (new)

Aly | 1182 comments Mod
I have played a computer game a long while ago, with the same name, based on this book. But so far the book is much better.


message 10: by Sylvia (new)

Sylvia Walker | 20 comments I've finished it! It really is so much fun to read a solve-the-puzzle mystery, instead of the cozy mysteries I usually indulge in. Agatha Christie presents the readers with "types", more than fleshed-out characters, I think, in her plot-driven mysteries, but I enjoyed the challenge of trying to figure out what was going on, and who dunnit?


message 11: by Aly, Book Monster and group creator (new)

Aly | 1182 comments Mod
Sylvia wrote: "I've finished it! It really is so much fun to read a solve-the-puzzle mystery, instead of the cozy mysteries I usually indulge in. Agatha Christie presents the readers with "types", more than flesh..."

Awesome Sylvia! Did you guess the ending before the author told us? I am not quite there yet. I think I am have figure it out though, I think. :)


message 12: by Cyn (new)

Cyn I'm actually choosing to not participate in this group read, I had just read this book last month (I just joined this group). But I want to say, this was my first novel by Agatha Christie and I absolutely loved it! I listened to the audiobook and it was great to listen to while I worked.


message 13: by Aly, Book Monster and group creator (new)

Aly | 1182 comments Mod
Cyn wrote: "I'm actually choosing to not participate in this group read, I had just read this book last month (I just joined this group). But I want to say, this was my first novel by Agatha Christie and I abs..."

Our next group read will be an Indie author. Please feel free to nominate some books. We will be voting on one or two to read together in March!


message 14: by Cyn (new)

Cyn Cool!


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