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

Latest revision as of 23:28, March 27, 2019

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 :)

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