FANDOM


  • I saw you comment something about Agatha Christie, I LOVE her books! Which is your favourite, which do you think has the best plot twist, and do you prefer Poirot or Miss Marple? My fave is Murder on the Orient Express, but I think Witness of the Prosecution, The Mousetrap and The Death of Roger Ackroyd had the best twist. And I prefer Poirot :) Also, did you ever guess who it was? I thought Carribean Mystery was pretty easy to figure out, especially for a Christie novel, but apart from that, I was never even close.

    Anyway, so cool to see another Agatha Christie fan! YAY! :)

      Loading editor
    • Sorry I didn't see this earlier but yes, I am a huge Agatha Christie fan, she and S.M. are first place tiers on my fav author list !!! From the books you've listed above, it seems like you haven't read And Then There Were None, for me it is way better than Murder on the Orient Express. I won't give you a spoiler but seriously And Then There Were None is awesome, so basically (NOT A SPOILER) 10 people on an Island, each of them get killed mysteriously and there's no one else on the island so who killed them ????? I'll try to reply soon for the next message (Sorry !!!) but please do try And Then There Were None .

      - KOTLC Fanclub

        Loading editor
    • It's fine. Yay, she's amazing. I actually have read And Then There Were None, it was really good, but a little too creepy for me. I really liked the train setting of Murder on the Orient Express, plus I relly like Poirot :) I knwo this is a strange way to describe a murder mystery, but the whole atmosphere of the book somehow felt cosy. And Then There Were None does have a brilliant twist too, I probably should have listed it, but I still think Death of Roger Ackroyd blew my mind the most (SPOILER)


      I MEAN SERIOUSLY, THE NARRATOR?! WE WERE THERE WITH HIM THE WHOLE TIME! WE SAW EVERYTHING YOU DID! YOU COULDN'T HAVE DONE IT! BUT YOU DID!!!!! AAAAAHHH!!!!! *questions everything I've ever read* Without screaming, I mean it, apart from Poirot (and Hastings if he's there) the narrator is the one person who I questionlessly acquit from suspicion. Or more correctly, I don't, because it never even ocurred to me to suspect him.

      But yeah, And Then There Were None deserves to be listed as well. Brilliant and elaborate scheme, definitely :)

        Loading editor
    • I surely try the murder of Roger Ackroyd (btw I didn't go beyond your spoiler alert point), I did start it but then I had a lot of things going on, but now, I surely read it. I'll tell you about it by tomorrow or day after. :)

        Loading editor
    • Cool! I can give you a 99% guarantee you're not going to guess who did it :) Please do, I'd like to hear what you think of it :)

        Loading editor
    • I borrowed it from the library will read it, It's weekend so I'm free. I'll surely discuss it with you. Also, I asked my teacher to recommend a book like Agatha Christie's (since I love them) and she gave me this book with two teen detectives. In that book, the setting is also the orient express and it is pretty similar, so, I kinda felt bad since the author of that book copied Agatha Christie (maybe not but still ....).

        Loading editor
    • Cool! Thanks, I'm looking forward to the discussion :)

      Hmmmm..... sounds similar, yeah.

        Loading editor
    • A FANDOM user
        Loading editor
Give Kudos to this message
You've given this message Kudos!
See who gave Kudos to this message
Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.