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And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie

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Summary

And Then There Were None Audiobook by Agatha Christie has been one of the bestselling books of all times, occupying the sixth position in the all-time best-sellers list. Originally it was published under the title “Ten Little Niggers” on November 6th, 1939 in the United Kingdom with a US edition a year later with a change in the title for “And Then There Were None”. Both titles are related to the British blackface song whose title was selected for the UK version and the last five words of the song were chosen for the USA edition.

The story takes place on a small isolated island off the Devon Coast in England, and it starts with the arrival of eight people with invitations with a specific reason for each one. They were received by the butler and cook of the house in the island, but their hosts are not able to welcome them since they are not in there for the moment.

Every guest has a framed copy of the song “Ten Little Niggers” (in later editions it was changed to “Ten Little Indians” or “Ten Little Soldiers”) in their rooms and ten figurines sitting at a dining table. The song is played after dinner describing every guest accusing them of having committed murder without receiving the proper sentence, and then the recording asks if any of the accused wants to defend from the charges. All but three of them deny the accusations and after that one by one are found dead in the mysterious environment.

Review

And Then There Were None Audiobook by Agatha Christie has been considered the bestselling novel written by the Mystery British writer and according to its author the most difficult of her books to write.

With a great character development, a great setting and a truly frightening murders, this audiobook narrated in this version by Dan Stevens gives a stroll on the island while one by one the guests find the end of their lives. In 6 hours and 1 minute, the classic tale of Agatha Christie is delivered with all the attractive style Dame Christie used to provide in her writings for the pleasure of the hardcore fans.

The book has sold more than 100 million copies since its first publication in 1939 and it is catalogued as the sixth bestselling title of all time according to Publications International. It has received praise from the very first time of its appearance and it is considered the best novel of the author and a fan favorite.

Perhaps the old writing style, with all the careful detailed at the very beginning of describing each one of the character would be kind of boring for the modern reader; but once the first chapters are passed, the reading turn interesting and catching and it is impossible to let it go.

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