[theosophy Books] Ebook The Murder of Roger Ackroyd AUTHOR Agatha Christie

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Rts nauwkeurig verzameld en opgetekend Maar voor de oplossing van het raadsel zorgt een man die nog maar net in het dorp woont Hercule Poirot. Agatha Christie offers her readers an invite an invite to come and solve her tantalising murder mysteryIt was a real tricky one though I did have my suspicions very early on There was a certain emphasis on a tiny bit of information that we didn t really need to know that gave the game away It added little to the story and for me only had the purpose of giving her killer an excuse not to be the killer So it was obviously that person Most readers seem to have been utterly dumbfounded at the reveal but I spotted it a mile of perhaps only because I have seen the same device used in a book by another author I m not going to mention the name of the book because it will give it all away Nevertheless when it was finally confirmed it still brought me a great deal of delight The actual murder event was ever so discreet tucked in between two paragraphs in plain sight that will always be missed on an initial read It was the editor afterward that drew my attention to the piece of text and despite my suspicions I still missed it when I read it the first time When I went back to read it though I noticed exactly how subtle Christie has been it is exceedingly clever writing that s for sure The real success of Christie s writing is her narrative drive It is impossible to read this in a slow leisurely manner I found myself storming through pages and chapters at an alarming rate I actually read the entire novel in one evening and pretty much in one sitting Christie gives you just enough information to keep you second guessing yourself but not enough to finally confirm your suspicions at least until that memorable reveal the grand unmasking of her killer Poirot knew all along he was just keeping the killer as close as possible for as long as possible baiting him the entire time In the mode of modernism Christie s prose is deceptively simple It pushes ever forward picking up speed as it heads towards the climax a single line of dialogue that has no doubt dropped the jaw of many a reader She also explores the psychological state of her characters and demonstrates awareness of Freud s theories of psychoanalysis It allowed her to get way with so much here and Poirot uses it too when he considers the possible murder motives his line of suspects could have Overall a brilliant book This will not be the last Agatha Christie novel I read WeVe Only Just Begun in het dorp woont Hercule Poirot. 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The Murder of Roger Ackroyd

N het dorp Roger AckroydDirect komen er allerlei verhalen los Al het geroddel maar ook de feiten die de politie ontdekt worden door de dorpsa. Wow just Wow Agatha Christie had me from the first page hook line sinker and she never lost my attention until the very end No wonder this is considered to be one of her very bestI do not want to say too much about this book I mean the title pretty much tells you what it is about and to go too much further into any details runs the risk of spoilers If there are others out there like me who are late in the game of reading this I do not want to spoil that experience for them in any wayThis is only the second Agatha Christie book I have read and my first Hercule Poirot Know this you will not be bored I spent my time while reading trying to figure out who did the dastardly deed Not It wasn t until right near the end that I thought It can t be I love when that happens I want to go back and read it again just to see how many clues I missed along the way If you have not as yet taken the Agatha Christie plunge look no further This is the oneHighly Recommended Willy the Wizard is considered to be one of her very bestI do not want to say too much about this book I mean the title pretty much tells you what Off-side it Enséñame más into any details runs the risk of spoilers If there are others out there like me who are late Wonder (The Books of Marvella, in the game of reading this I do not want to spoil that experience for them Chicago Billionaires - Contemporary Romance Series Boxed Set in any wayThis The Valhalla Prophecy (Nina Wilde & Eddie Chase is only the second Agatha Christie book I have read and my first Hercule Poirot Know this you will not be bored I spent my time while reading trying to figure out who did the dastardly deed Not It wasn t until right near the end that I thought It can t be I love when that happens I want to go back and read The Tunnel it again just to see how many clues I missed along the way If you have not as yet taken the Agatha Christie plunge look no further This Secretos del Cosmos is the oneHighly Recommended

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Het dorp King's Abbot wordt opgeschrikt door twee plotselinge sterfgevallen de dood van de mooie mevrouw Ferrars en de moord op de rijkste va. I went into this book with a bit of an attitude Roger Ackroyd is the only Agatha Christie book featured on the list of 1001 Books You Must Read Before You Die and I was skeptical about the List s claim that this was the only Christie book worth reading But as much as it pains me to say this I think the List is right on this one At least a little I m definitely not suggesting that you should read this book and then never pick up a Christie novel ever again but if you find yourself in a situation where you re going to spend a month on a desert island and can only bring one book and the only books you ve been offered are from the Agatha Christie canon you should pick this one The ending which I will not discuss in explicit detail for fear of spoilers is what makes this a 5 star book Let me assure you you will not guess who the murderer is Never ever ever When the murderer is revealed you will not believe When the murderer goes on to explain hisher actions you will continue to not believe it Only by rereading certain important passages will you start to realize that the answer was in front of you all the time and you couldn t see it It s a testament to Christie s skill as a writer that this is accomplished And having now read a Miss Marple mystery I m going to choose a side I m officially Team Hercule He is silly and self centered and ridiculous and funny and all I want to do is pinch his cheeks and then go sit in a cafe with him and eat croissants My favorite part of the book is when Poirot makes his grand entrance The narrator Dr Sheppard is in his garden when someone throws a vegetable marrow over the wall A second later the doctor s new neighbor pokes his egg shaped head partially covered with suspiciously black hair two immense mustaches and a pair of watchful eyes over the garden wall and attempts to explain himselfI demand of you a thousand pardons monsieur I am without defense For some months now I cultivate the marrows This morning suddenly I enrage myself with the marrows I send them to promenade themselves alas not only mentally but physically I seize the biggest I hurl him over the wall Monsieur I am ashamed I prostrate myself


10 thoughts on “The Murder of Roger Ackroyd

  1. says:

    I went into this book with a bit of an attitude Roger Ackroyd is the only Agatha Christie book featured on the list of 1001 Books You Must Read Before You Die and I was skeptical about the List's claim that this wa

  2. says:

    I read mysteries in between denser reads and Dame Christie never disappoints me As in all of her cases involving Inspector Hercule Poirot Christie unearths layer upon layer of the case leaving her readers guessing until the very end Just when you think whodunit she throws in a twist by revealing a key clue that

  3. says:

    This is one of the cleverest mysteries I have ever read The plot is dazzling and its execution is flawless I was drawn into the mystery so easi

  4. says:

    The Murder or Roger Ackroyd is one of the most well known mysteries written by Agatha Christie and the only one to be featured in the 1001 Books To Read Before You Die list After having read it I understand why it is so well praised As with all her mysteries it leaves you guessing until the end who the killers is and in this particular case the way the murderer was unraveled was particularly interesting Sadly for me I already knew who the

  5. says:

    It's been many years since this book was released but it's still a cut above what's being published today Iconic detective Hercule Poirot has retired to the country but is drawn in to solve a murder With an ingenious plot wonderful characters and an ending that you will never guess we are again reminded why Agatha Christie is the ma

  6. says:

    Wow just Wow Agatha Christie had me from the first page hook line sinker and she never lost my attention until the very end No wonder this is considered to be one of her very bestI do not want to say too much about this book I mean the title

  7. says:

    Agatha Christie offers her readers an invite an invite to come and solve her tantalising murder mysteryIt was a real tricky one though I did have my suspicions very early on There was a certain emphasis on a tiny bit of information that we didn’t really need to know that gave the game away It added little to the story and for me only had th

  8. says:

    This Hercule Poirot is a genuine tour de force a classic of the genre for a very good reason that you will understand perfectly as soon as you have finish reading it

  9. says:

    The Murder of Roger Ackroyd Hercule Poirot #4 Agatha ChristieThe Murder of Roger Ackroyd is a work of detective fiction by British writer Agatha Christie first published in June 1926 It is the fourth novel to feature Hercule Poirot as

  10. says:

    I saw a few reviews before I read this book saying it was the best Agatha Christie they had read and I think I agree I raced through it in a few hours though still making sure I absorbed every fact and every clueNot that it did me any good I had plenty of ideas as to who the murderer might be but in the end none of them were correct Poirot kept his secrets right to the end and only then did things become clear It was a

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