And Then There Were None By Agatha Christie

What would you do if you were stranded on a island with people being mysteriously murdered? In And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie, ten strangers are invited to spend some time on an island known as Soldier Island. As a storm arises and cuts off their only way back to the mainland, people start dying mysteriously. They soon come to the conclusion that someone has to be behind these deaths. One person dies every day, and the residents start questioning each other on who the murderer could be. So, who is the murderer?

I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book. I was assigned this book for summer reading, and, typically, I do not enjoy books that I am assigned to read, but I did really enjoy this book. My assumptions kept changing on who I thought the killer could be, and the book kept me hooked throughout the whole story. I would give this book a five out of five stars, and I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys mystery books. Mrs. Eberhart's incoming advanced and college prep sophomores have to read it again this summer, and I hope they enjoy it, too.