Two little sailor boys sitting in the sun, One got frizzled up, and then there was one. First there were ten-a curious assortment of strangers summoned to a private island off the coast of Devon. I usually don't like reading murder novels, but this one was so interesting, that no force was able to separate me from this book. Agatha Christie was born Agatha Mary Clarissa Miller on September 15, 1890 in Torquay, Devon in southwest England in a middle-class family. Four little sailor boys going out to sea, A red herring swallowed one, and then there were three. The ten guests have precious little in common except that each has a deadly secret buried deep in their own past.
And Then There Were None is the signature novel of Agatha Christie, the most popular work of the world's bestselling novelist. I think this book will be best suited for children and adults 12 and up. With themselves as the only suspects, only the dead are above suspicion. And, unknown to them, each has been marked for murder. This book had such surprising turns on events, that my mouth stayed open the whole time. .
Five little sailor boys going in for law, One got a chancery, and then there were four. This book is filled with clever, exciting, and mysterious things and the whole book and story is planned out so well by the author. It is a masterpiece of mystery and suspense that has been a fixture in popular literature since it was originally published in 1939. Eight little sailor boys travelling in Devon, One said he'd stayed there, and then there were seven. Alone on the island and trapped by foul weather, one by one the guests begin to fall prey to the hidden murderer among them. I will never regret reading this book because I didn't even expect it to be so interesting when I started reading it. One little sailor boy left all alone, He went and hung himself, And then there were none.
Their host, an eccentric millionaire unknown to any of them, is nowhere to be found. Three little sailor boys going to the zoo, A big bear hugged one, and then there were two. Six little sailor boys playing with a hive, A little bee stung one, and then there were five. Seven little sailor boys chopping up sticks, One chopped himself in halves, and then there were six. The murderer turned out to be someone I haven't even suspected because they planned out the whole thing so precisely and covered them self well. Nine little sailor boys sat up very late, One overslept himself and then there were eight.
In this book Agatha Christie combines both mystery and murder into one book. If you are in grades 7-9 and you like poems, mysteries, and unexplained deaths, then this book is for you. . . . . .
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