Book Reviews of Endless Night

Endless Night
Endless Night
Author: Agatha Christie
ISBN-13: 9780671604271
ISBN-10: 0671604279
Publication Date: 8/2/1985
Pages: 239
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.

3.8 stars, based on 10 ratings
Publisher: Pocket
Book Type: Paperback
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In England, Michael
Rogers wanted a rich, beautiful wife and a perfectly designed house. He attains all this, then sudden death strikes.
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I like Christie's mysteries but found this ending less than satisfactory.
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Wow! No Marple, no Poirot, no Pyne, in fact no sleuth at all. This tale is narrated by the central character: a no-count who woos and weds a wealthy young maid. Of They buy and build on property that has a curse on it. course, she dies tragically. But is it the curse, an accident, or murder? Aha! That is the business of the narration. Don't expect to solve it.
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I loved this story. Ellie's experience is memorable to me in the respect

that it taught me that there really are characters out there who will set a person

up to get thier money or whatever. Ellie's husband's part in her destruction was

not disclosed until close to the end.

Agatha Christie once again created a panorama of human nature and what it is sometimes

capable of. She executes her skill to keep the readers glued to the book until the end

and surprises them too boot. She was truly a literary genius.
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Pub. 1969. Vintage Christie.
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Michael Rogers dreams of having a rich, beautiful wife that he can live "happily ever after" with in a wonderful house in the country. Marriage to the fabulously wealthy and gorgeous American heiress, Ellie Guteman, brings Michael as close to his wildest dreams as he can possibly want to get. Michael and Ellie happily purchase Gipsy's Acre and start to build their dream house together. Michael studiously ignores the country gossips who whisper that Gipsy's Acre is a cursed tract of land. That's until a mysterious murderer strikes much too close to Michael's ultimate dream life for his liking.

I really enjoyed this story. It was the first time that I had read this book and I give it an A+! It was quite interesting to receive this particular book in the mail - I received it directly from Ireland and opened the package to discover the back cover was written in Chinese. The book was written in English but the synopsis on the back cover was written in Chinese! :) I asked my daughter to "translate" for me and she burst out laughing when she saw it.
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Interesting mystery. One that Ms Christie thought was her best. Surprise ending, of course.