Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie
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  • One thing I really enjoyed about it is the way that, in the end, everything wrapped up so very neatly
  • I know that that is not how it is in real life, but it was very satisfying to be able to go back through the book and see all the little clues and try to figure it all out
  • This is not my favourite Agatha Christie mystery, but I do like it enough to reread it occasionally
  • I found the characters in the book a bit too stereotypical - passionate Italian, serious English, but it did add to the plot in the end

    • by booklover
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      This book, a classic Poirot, is a very complicated novel. One thing I really enjoyed about it is the way that, in the end, everything wrapped up so very neatly. I know that that is not how

      it is in real life, but it was very satisfying to be able to go back through the book and see all the little clues and try to figure it all out. This is not my favourite ...

      • Agatha Christie mystery, but I do like it enough to reread it occasionally. There are a couple of details that seem a bit weird and unnecessary, but overall it is worth reading (or watching the movie, for
        those who find the complications dull). I found the characters in the book a bit too stereotypical - passionate Italian, serious English, but it did add to the plot in the end. In the beginning, however, it was a bit overdone.



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