Edgar Allan Poe reminds me of Hemingway; both intrigue me as people, and both lead interesting lives, yet their writing is a drag and bore. A couple of stories were okay, don’t get me wrong. But, he was terrible at writing prose. Just terrible. The flow of his clunky sentences gave me a headache; no […]
This book began to make to make sense in the beginning, but in the end, the true killer did not make any sense whatsoever. I don’t recommend this book even though the beginning is really intriguing. If you follow the characters, you’ll understand why this isn’t Agatha Christie’s best book. Source: Amazon. A kid’s review.
Being a fan of past mystery book I have read, especially “And Then There Were None” by Agatha Christie I had no trouble picking up “The Murder of Roger Ackroyd” The plot became a monotonous listing of facts and clues through dialog. It would’ve been almost impossible to predict the mystery through nearly the entire […]