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And Then There Were None
Agatha Christie
Agatha Christie’s world-famous mystery thriller, reissued with a striking cover designed to appeal to the latest generation of Agatha Christie fans and book lovers.Ten strangers, apparently with...

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Finished Kafka on the shore by Murakami

Will start And then there were none by Agatha Christie

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Finished Foundation, by Isaac Asimov. I found it kind of slow towards the end but it was very enjoyable for the most part.

And Then There Were None, by Agatha Christie was great fun to read. It was probably one of my favorite murder mysteries I've read, and my favorite by Christie. The premise was very interesting, and I loved the character of Vera Claythorne.

Started The Hunchback of Notre Dame, by Victor Hugo. I loved Les Miserables, and I'm hoping this one will be just as good.

I'm also planning on reading Foundation and Empire, by Isaac Asimov this week.

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Almost done with And Then There Were None, by Agatha Christie. I'm liking it. Edit: I finished it. I thought it was pretty good.

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11/22/63, by Stephen King - Hey! King CAN write romance and a satisfying ending. I thoroughly enjoyed the book from cover to cover.

I Am Legend, by Richard Matheson - I saw the William Smith movie before I read the book, and while I enjoyed both formats, I enjoyed the ending of the book much better. It ending actually fits the title.


IT, by Stephen King - I haven't read a lot of King, so I am finally catching up.

And Then There Were None, by Agatha Christie - Also, never read any Agatha Christie, so I will start with this one.

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The Pear Shaped Man, by George R. R. Martin It took me forever to get a copy of this story. It’s a really fun little read that will creep you out!!

And Then There Were None, by Agatha Christie My first Agatha Novel. It was a quick read, but it wasn’t really my thing. I thought it was well constructed but it seemed like the 1930s equivalent to an airport novel.

Rebecca, by Daphne du Maurier I’m currently reading this and I’m absolutely loving it. Daphne is a brilliant writer and I feel like I’m stuck at Manderly with her main character. I have no idea what direction this novel is going, but I’m really excited to find out.

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The Power and the Glory, by Graham Greene

This took me much longer to read than I thought. It was my second Graham, and I just think he's not the author for me. I recognize the quality of his work, but the story was boring to me. Plus there was not a single redeeming quality about any of the characters.

Slouching Towards Bethlehem, by Joan Didion

As always, this was perfect. The last story - Goodbye to All That - hit especially close to home, as someone who moved to New York only to find herself uncertain as to why I'm still here.

Let the Great World Spin, by Colum McCann

This started out as a 5 star read, and I thought it was definitely going to stay that way, but the back half pulled it down for me. There were some narrative choices that felt unnecessary to me, and some characters that felt extraneous, but the things that connected? Really connected. Plus the writing was stunning. Still a 4/5 read.

The Crying of Lot 49, by Thomas Pynchon

My first Pynchon. Just finished it last night, so still digesting everything, but what a wild, fun ride. He has a remarkable way with language and playing with structural style. I really like the description of a play within a play. Very absorbing but quick read.


And Then There Were None, by Agatha Christie

I've read only Murder on the Orient Express by her before, and I found it enjoyable, if nothing special, but I'm looking forward to this. I'm going on vacation, and wanted something "lighter" and engrossing. I hope this lives up to that.

If on a Winter's Night a Traveler, by Italo Calvino

This finally came in on my library hold and I'm very much looking forward to starting it.

Edit: formatting

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And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie I LOVED THIS BOOK. Read it all in one sitting this weekend.

This week I got through books 2 & 3 & almost halfway through 4 of the Aurora Teagarden Mysteries by Charlaine Harris before I had to stop. I’m having trouble with where it’s going and I’m not loving Aurora’s character development (starting to become out of character and I can’t suspend my disbelief anymore). I love the Sookie books and I’m eyeing her Shakespeare mystery series after a break. I think she just does darker themes better than lighter cozies.

Up next is going to be an Ellery Adams mystery. Not sure which one. Leaning towards starting the Charmed Pie Shoppe mystery series as my introduction to her books.

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I finished And Then There Were None, by Agatha Christie recently, and I really enjoyed it. It’s an interesting, engrossing, and quick read.

I’ve been favoring reading shorter novels as of late, so I decided to mix things up and started Elantris, by Brandon Sanderson. I’m currently halfway through, and really digging it so far.

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And Then There Were None, by Agatha Christie Loved the suspense and all

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I finally got around to And Then There Were None, by Agatha Christie, and absolutely flew through it in 2 days. I'd only read Orient Express before this and I plan on reading more of her catalogue, but I think this one's gonna be hard to top.

In the meantime, I was unpacking some boxes and came across Choke, by Chuck Palahniuk , so I started that this week.

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Almost done with And Then There Were None, by Agatha Christie. I chose this for my reading challenge - a cozy mystery book. I really like it and it's my first time to read Agatha Christie's work.

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Lots of books I enjoyed this week! This week, I finished:

And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie I enjoyed this! This was my first Agatha Christie book and I thought it was a fun, quick read. Note that the original title is, uh, unfortunate and the version I have continues to have some mild racism (anti-semitism) in it.

So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed by Jon Ronson I think this was published before the term "cancel culture", but I definitely recommend this for folks on the left side of things who feel ethically conflicted about cancel culture/huge internet pile-ons.

The Grownup by Gillian Flynn I found this teeny tiny book for just a couple bucks and decided I would pick it up. I know the Goodreads reviews are lower than most of Gillian Flynn's work, but I feel like it is very true to her and enjoyed it a lot. >!It ends on an ambiguous note, but I really enjoyed that and thought it was a lovely, creepy conclusion.!< I would recommend folks try to find it for very cheap or at a library since it is so short, unless you are a die hard Gillian Flynn completist.

The Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down by Anne Fadiman This book is famous for its empathetic portrayal of a Hmong family's interactions with the American medical system. I would recommend this to health and mental health professionals, in particular.

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Finished murder on the orient express by agatha christie Started and then there were none by agatha christie

First time reading agatha christie. I felt a little disappointed in the end of murder on the orient express. I'm not sure why but it just felt a bit underwhelming.

I like and then there were none so far, but I'm wondering if all her mysteries are like this? Like putting a random group of people together and then strangely connecting them and then figuring out who the murderer(s) are? It kind of reminds me of that boardgame clue, haha.

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Finished Beneath the Wheel, by Hermann Hesse Not as good as his more famous novels, uneven, but ultimately had some Hesse-ian depth and provoked some thought.

Started And Then There Was None, by Agatha Christie Enjoying so far.

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And Then There Were None, by Agatha Christie

The first book I read from Christie and I'm so excited to have finally found a genre and style that suits my taste. I also love the fact that her books seem to be relatively short which will help me rekindle the reading habit that I've kind of lost recently. Also, as a bonus, I'm learning more English words along the way since I'm not a native speaker. It's nice to see what jargon they used back in the day.

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Finished: And Then There Were None, by Agatha Christie

I enjoyed this one very much. A great murder mystery that kept me guessing at who the culprit was until the very end.

Started: The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle, by Haruki Murakami

I like the writing style of this so far. No idea what is happening, but I’m enjoying the journey the author is taking me on.

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  • Finished the audiobook of Scrappy Little Nobody, by Anna Kendrick, which is pretty outdated at this point but was a fun listen anyway.
  • Continuing A Game of Thrones, by George R. R. Martin, a reread. I love being immersed in this world.
  • Started the audiobook of We Are Never Meeting In Real Life, by Samantha Irby. This one is funny and smart and an addictive listen. The author narrates it.
  • Started the ebook of And Then There Were None, by Agatha Christie, so I have something I can discreetly read on the cloud at work during downtime. Loving it so far, as I knew I would.
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The Next Person You Meet in Heaven, by Mitch Albom it was okay. A bit meh, too cheesy for me I suppose.

Currently reading:

And Then There Were None, by Agatha Christie I have read a few of her other novels, so I am excited to continue on with this one!

The Hitchhicker’s Guide to the Galaxy, by Douglas Adams I honestly would not have picked this up on my own, but have seen so many comments and recommendations about it on this sub. I have been loving it so far and am looking forward to getting into it as I know it is a favorite for many here.

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I just finished The Hot Zone, by Richard Preston and And then there were none, by Agatha Christie Loved both!

I just started The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, by Stieg Larsson

All of these books were ones that sat on my shelf for a while. Really glad I'm finally getting around to reading them.

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I finished And Then There Were None, by Agatha Christie.

This week, I will be starting Golden Son, by Pierce Brown.