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Golden_Reader12
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Any Agatha Christie fans?

I just started reading her books and I think they are great! Just wondering if anyone else has read her books
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Re: Any Agatha Christie fans?

I love Agatha Christie books. One of my favorite and first of her books were AND THEN THERE WERE NONE.
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I Love that book! So far it is my favorite and I have the wii game for it :smileyhappy:.I just bought Murder on the Orient Express which I heard is better than And Then There Were None
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Re: Any Agatha Christie fans?

im reading And Then There Were None right now for english. im not very far into it yet but i like it so far.
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my favorite agatha christie book is DEFINATLEY and then there were none! i love that book! :smileyvery-happy:

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Re: Any Agatha Christie fans?

I love Agatha Christie!! My mom told me to start reading them, and got me "And Then There were None". I loved it and ever since I've been reading murder mysteries. My favorites by her are "And Then There Were None" and "A Pocket Full of Rye". I really am starting to worry about why childrens rhymes are so creepy (the titles are both references to rhymes used in the books).

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Julia_OConnell wrote:

I love Agatha Christie!! My mom told me to start reading them, and got me "And Then There were None". I loved it and ever since I've been reading murder mysteries. My favorites by her are "And Then There Were None" and "A Pocket Full of Rye". I really am starting to worry about why childrens rhymes are so creepy (the titles are both references to rhymes used in the books).


I know right! I was thinking that myself and even though I find it a bit creepy, I do admire how she was able to create such good stories out of them, they really kept them me on my toes

"There would be little reason to lie down at night without the possibility of seeing things bigger and more amazing than the average day might bring about. Why pick up a pen or type on a keyboard if there's no imagination or wonder left to behold?"
-pg 3 of Leven Thumps and the Wrath of Ezra
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I love Agatha Christie's books. I have all the Marple series and working on getting all the Poirot series. In fact, just started to look into finding some 1st editions.

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Golden_Reader12 wrote:
I Love that book! So far it is my favorite and I have the wii game for it :smileyhappy:.I just bought Murder on the Orient Express which I heard is better than And Then There Were None

Nope, And Then Were None is definetly her best book! Murder on the Orient Express didn't even come close lol

"There would be little reason to lie down at night without the possibility of seeing things bigger and more amazing than the average day might bring about. Why pick up a pen or type on a keyboard if there's no imagination or wonder left to behold?"
-pg 3 of Leven Thumps and the Wrath of Ezra