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And Then There Were None


Agatha Christie

Rating: 10/10

I'm glad I picked up this book — it's loaded with suspense that I've never experienced in a book before, coupled with an Among Us-type vibe. I know I've been putting a lot of 10/10 reviews nowadays, but currently, this is actually my favorite book (subject to change after a week of course). In essence, this book is short and sweet, which is a relief from all the books that have a lot of filler (i.e. Emily Henry's books). The story, from start to finish was so bizarre that I actually was reading faster because I was so impatient to see how everything unfolded. Need a page-turner? This one fits the bill. Summary: A mysterious man named Mr. Owen invites a group of people to a secluded island, misleading them of his true intentions. After meeting each other, this group suddenly figures out that they were tricked, and there's no escape. Panic ensues, and after they ate dinner, a recorder reveals their true reason for being on the island; all of them are being punished for their various crimes. The question is, who's going to die, and how?


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