In cases like this, I 'd love to see what ind of notes the author wil have been puttin in order to keep track of everything.The first 25% or so of thi nove seeme a little dead behind the eyes.
It 's perhaps ot th ba idea to skim anything that can be laying groundwork for a murder mystery, but I like to take chances.
If you have read ATTWN before, you 'll sort of know at least part of what 's going on, although there are few twists to change it up just a little.I 'm also comin to tak out there and ay that there was to e a nod to the t.v. show Harper 's Island in here as well.
The show HI was sort of a very loose interpretation also of Christie 's book, except more updated for the new generation of horror movie fans.
It 's often more fun if you watch the show with other people and place bets on who the killer is.As well, it was as if every major horror movie that had come from past couple of year ( especially those appealing to teens) had been picked/borrowed from just a little.
There has to be this way to keep the missing details into place without having to do it his way? Final Analysis: I want his will e fun read for anybod who has n't had he opportunit to read many murder mysteries and would prefer to be eased into the genre with something that 's not too taxing.
If his had been one of the secon murder mysteries I 'd ever read, I will have ad more positive vibes about Ten. My average rating is no because I 've seen this particular story done better before, but ot because I wan the ook was bad or boring.If you are new to he world of murder mysteries, I 'd say give to give Ten a shot.
It 's murder-mystery-light-beer: great taste, less filling ( the nove is quit short and easy to writ).