Endless Night

Endless Night

eBook - 1989
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Publisher: Boston, Mass. : G.K. Hall, 1989, c1967
Characteristics: 324 p. (large print) ; 25 cm

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athena14
Apr 14, 2017

Way, way too much set-up. Ellie's family financial details are not necessary.

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maspochni591
Nov 26, 2016

What starts out as an entertaining love story between the narrator and the love of his life ends off with a devastating murder and shocking reveal. Endless Night entertains straight from the start, though the murder takes place late in the story. However, the story is kind of lessened due to the fact that it recycles plot elements and twists from my two favourite Agathe Christie books: "The Murder Of Roger Ackroyd" and "Death On The Nile". Still, it's pretty good.

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dedmanshootn
Oct 23, 2015

my mum liked Christie, I read only the major mystery stuff like poirot back then, and I picked this up from nostalgia. it is excellent! strong characters and imagery

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bracey
Jun 07, 2015

Slow to get in to, but worth the wait.

EuSei Apr 22, 2015

Agatha Christie is one of my favorite authors, but this is the only book she wrote so far I could not finish! The main character endlessly subjects us with his inner thoughts. His most constant yearning is to find a girl and build himself a special house in which they are to live. Doesn't seem so silly, does it? Well, after the tenth time you read it you will feel like throwing the book at the wall. He constantly revolves on this single subject, going on and on, a spiral of irritating, repetitive sameness. The reader is subjected to excruciatingly long passages of soliloquy, that lead nowhere. I don't read Christie's books for her deep analysis of characters, so I gave up after twenty pages.

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newfieshawn
Dec 03, 2014

really enjoyed this book

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kimh454
Oct 29, 2014

Awesome story. But all Christie novels are awesome.

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agent391
Aug 10, 2012

This book isn't what springs to mind when you think 'Agatha Christie', but that doesn't mean it's not fantastic. A tense, and (near the end) frightening, story.

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pkirk
Mar 26, 2010

No Poirot. No Miss Marple, A very slick psychological thriller that leaves you guessing "Who Killed Ellie" right up to the end.

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maspochni591
Nov 26, 2016

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EuSei thinks this title is suitable for 18 years and over

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agent391
Aug 10, 2012

agent391 thinks this title is suitable for 16 years and over

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