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OKAY so I just finished "the murder of roger ackroyd" by agatha christie and it was AMAZINGGG. but before I get into all that, the lovely @gin_reads tagged me in the #spellmynameinbooks 💓 so here it is: (B)ook thief
(A)nd then there were none
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so, without further ado, let's talk about agatha christie. btw, this post is spoiler-free😉

I started reading ackroyd by christie right after I had finished orient express, and I was intrigued. the environment seemed more open and to me I felt like it would be a harder case to crack. it didn't seem as enthralling as orient express or "and then there were none," but it was still very interesting - I just adore christie's writing style, it never fails to draw me in.
the book began to get more and more captivating as I continued reading, trying to figure out who the murderer was. that's one thing I love about mysteries - they're almost interactive in the way that you as the reader try and figure it out along the way as well.
I loved the characters - poirot, as ever, was funny, overly intelligent and logical, and wonderful. the miss sheppard was amusing and i was intrigued by the secrets each household member was hiding. in this book, though, I also came to adore the character of doctor sheppard. his sarcasm, humor, and constant yet quiet presence in the book made me like him very much.
near the end of the book I was so captivated that I couldn't put it down. I didn't want to go to bed and (as evidenced by my second photo) I wished books were waterproof so I could read in the shower.
I was reading faster and faster as poirot explained how exactly the murder was done, & was amazed at the detail, thought, and creativity. at the end of the chapter, christie shocked me again with who it was. I was astounded (@authorkdwinter can attest). anyway, I would definitely recommend this book if you want a good read.
happy wednesday, xoxo inkbound💓
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I am doing a 24 hours of reading in 72 hours (Fri-Sun) challenge this weekend and Lilac Girls, Next Year in Havana, and The Murder of Roger Ackroyd are on the agenda. They are all written by women!
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♡ If you're going to read any other book by the lovely A.Christie than "And then there were none" then have it be "Murder of Roger Ackroyd". I didn't guess who the killer was. ♡
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Given that I've written so many essays related to this novel, I'm psyched to find it in a #movieadaptation! I wonder how they'll translate the narration (+ twist 🙈) into a screen format :D
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[Update: ] it was horrible lol the twist was taken away, so many characters cut, pretty sure they added an extra #murder if I remember correctly (?). I've seen many of these #davidsuchet movie adaptations but this one seems to have lost the most in translation.
What do you think? Do you like either the #agathachristie books or their screen counterparts (or both)?
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The best way to wait for the delayed train!
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I have never successfully solved an Agatha Christie novel. Of the ones I’ve read, I’ve seen reviewers say the culprit was “glaringly obvious” but not for me.
I read Murder on the Orient Express and the Murder of Roger Ackroyd this weekend, and Roger Ackroyd MESSED ME UP. I thought I solved the case and I wasn’t even close!!!! I get why it’s regarded as her best case.
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Are you in Agatha Christie fan? Have you solved any of the cases before the big reveal?
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I don't do #bookreviews I rather give my own reactions and yell at the world to read it until the point that I want others to experience the kind of emotional upheaval that I go through when I have read something very #remarkable that is yes! what I like to do, create #ripples in the #universe this was my second #agathachristie #read and I'll proudly like to mention here that I knew who the murderer might be quiet early in the #narrative now that might be my keen observation or a lucky guess work call it what you want. I'll also like to say the bonus that this book comes with that is an #introdcution and #postscript by #laurathompson helped me know the mind of the writer the situations and what ppl had to say about it at that time. Surely I didn't browsed out of curiosity to know about the great Mrs Christie just after my first read because I wanted to learn more of her work. #murderontheorientexpress was certainly the more finer work I believe but I can't compare which one gave me more shock also I can't say it just by reading only 2 of her work from what seems like an ocean of contents, she did created her own universe thou' but I'll say #murderofrogerackroyd made me fall in love with #herculepoirot - the mind that he is, is beyond me. Yes why because M Poirot is a mind - observation method and order. So so much to be just a detective.
The door which just beamed the light of fondness in me for the #genre of mystery reading has now been flunged wide-open by the queen herself. The architectural work of her's is unmatchable. Although I love #danbrown and #robertlangdon is the character I'm the most fond of I can't help but picture myself having a library section devoted to Mrs Christie's work.
P.S - To the ones who is reading this - have eyes please read.
P.S.S - Thanks to @mixedbagniche for this one. Forever greatful.
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Next on my list. Gotta read some good old mysteries to be able to write some of your own. What’s your favorite Agatha Christie book? Comment. #bookoftheweek #agathachristie #murderofrogerackroyd #herculepoirot #mystery #detective #novel #writing #queenofmystery Get it as a free audiobook on audible by going to audible.com/shakespeare (US only)

"The impossible could not have happened, therefore the impossible must be possible in spite of appearences. ~ Hurcule Poirot in Murder on the Orient Express, by Agatha Christie.
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Mr. Roger ackroyd was rich and wealthy man with no wife. He wanted to marry a widowed woman who was herself the murderer of her husband. Mr. Roger was well aware of it but he knew that someone was blackmailing her regarding this and soon the woman is found dead. Roger was depressdd about this fact and in one fine evening he receives a letter from the woman where everything was written about the murderer but he was again murdered when he was about to disclose it. Dr sheppard was the one who left Roger's place before the murder took place. Soon Mr. Roger's niece calls in hercule poirot to investigate this matter. Dr sheppard was there with hercule poirot everywhere as if he was poirot's assistant but poirot didnt mind that. He actually took Dr. Sheppard wherever he went. The first suspect was parker, the butler but later hercule poirot will eventually find out it was Dr. Sheppard who killed mr.roger but since they had become good friends poirot doesnt disclose this fact. He only told sheppard about it. Later he confides in a suicide note that it was him who killed mr. Roger ackroyd and he was the blackmailer of the woman and let poirot have the clear verdict.
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Regrann from @a.book.by.the.window - *Book review*
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"The truth, however ugly in itself, is always curious and beautiful to seekers after it." - Agatha Christie, The Murder of Roger Ackroyd
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As always, Agatha Christie never disappoints you. The murder of Roger Ackroyd is one of the most popular novels by Agatha Christie, also the only one to be featured in the 1001 books to read before you die list. And once you read it, you can't deny that claim.
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The tale is about the murder of a rich man Roger Ackroyd who gets killed on the evening of a widow's suicide, amidst rumors of a secret affair between the two deceased. The village of King's Abbot is full of suspects, the nervous butler, Ackroyd's stepson, his sister-in-law, the house help. It is now up to the famous detective - Hercule Poirot to solve the mystery with the help of the village doctor and narrator, James Sheppard and James' sister, Caroline.
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As is always the case with Agatha Christie's novel, you will never guess who the murderer is. Never ever ever. You would think there are only some ways how an author can write a mystery novel but Christie's work surprises you every time you read it. The narration has you hooked since the first page and as the case goes, the various layers are revealed. But it is not until the end that the readers get to know who the real killer was. There are some key clues thrown here and there but only a genius can pick them!
All in all, another brilliant work by Agatha Christie.
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Genre: #mystery, #fiction, #crime, #classics
Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐.5/5
Reading difficulty: ⭐⭐⭐⭐/5
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#Qotd: Have you read any of Agatha Christie's work? How many? Who is a better detective and mystery story writer among Arthur Conan Doyle and Agatha Christie?
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A late admiration post of this #amazingread
This was my first time reading #agathachristie and I absolutely loved it next is #murderofrogerackroyd
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*Book review*
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"The truth, however ugly in itself, is always curious and beautiful to seekers after it." - Agatha Christie, The Murder of Roger Ackroyd
🔎
As always, Agatha Christie never disappoints you. The murder of Roger Ackroyd is one of the most popular novels by Agatha Christie, also the only one to be featured in the 1001 books to read before you die list. And once you read it, you can't deny that claim.
🔎
The tale is about the murder of a rich man Roger Ackroyd who gets killed on the evening of a widow's suicide, amidst rumors of a secret affair between the two deceased. The village of King's Abbot is full of suspects, the nervous butler, Ackroyd's stepson, his sister-in-law, the house help. It is now up to the famous detective - Hercule Poirot to solve the mystery with the help of the village doctor and narrator, James Sheppard and James' sister, Caroline.
🔎
As is always the case with Agatha Christie's novel, you will never guess who the murderer is. Never ever ever. You would think there are only some ways how an author can write a mystery novel but Christie's work surprises you every time you read it. The narration has you hooked since the first page and as the case goes, the various layers are revealed. But it is not until the end that the readers get to know who the real killer was. There are some key clues thrown here and there but only a genius can pick them!
All in all, another brilliant work by Agatha Christie.
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Genre: #mystery, #fiction, #crime, #classics
Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐.5/5
Reading difficulty: ⭐⭐⭐⭐/5
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#Qotd: Have you read any of Agatha Christie's work? How many? Who is a better detective and mystery story writer among Arthur Conan Doyle and Agatha Christie?
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“It is completely unimportant. That’s why it’s so interesting.” One of my favourite lines from the mysterious book! It was an adventurous journey from the first to the last line. I loved every turning point, every revelation, every page. Truly beautiful writing. I strongly recommend it for those who love the mystery/crime genre.
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The dream of every murder mystery and thriller reader is to accomplish the task to read every Agatha Christie before death....but who knows as it is related with Queen of thriller...there may be more suspense and mysteries linked...yet to be solved....we may even need to call the world famous Hercule Poirot and Miss Marple😅😅😂 ...A great tribute to this legendary writer for her marvellous and unparalleled detective writing skills...i have watched and read 10 out of her total 66 novels and 14 stories....Best among them are "And Then There Were None" and " Murder on the Oreint Express"...
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