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O caso dos dez negrinhos by Agatha Christie. First, there were ten – a curious assortment of strangers summoned as weekend negrnhos to a private island off the coast of Devon. Their host, an eccentric millionaire unknown to all of them, is nowhere to be found.

All that the guests have in common is a wicked past they’re unwilling to reveal – and a secret that will seal their fate. For each has been marked for negriinhos. On First, there were ten – a curious assortment of strangers summoned as weekend guests to a private island off the coast of Devon. One by one they fall prey. Before the weekend is out, there will be ods. And only the dead are above suspicion.


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I felt like there were too many plot twists and red herrings. Jackie Allen That’s exactly what I like about it. I love not being able to guess who did it. Often killers are so easy to work out.

This one had me guessing until …more That’s exactly what I like about it. This one had me guessing until the very end and even then I read back to see what I missed!

Does anyone have a copy of this book under the title Ten Little Indians? My mother said that when she read it in school that was the title it was printed dex.

Anyone know why they changed it? Azur The original title was actually “Ten little niggers”. Since …more The original title was actually “Ten little niggers”. Since this is pretty offensive it was changed to “Ten little Indians”. This was deemed offensive too, so today they use the last line of the children’s rhyme as title and the little figures were changed to soldiers. Information from my copy of the book. I have two dsz of this book. One is the English version with the little soldiers.


The other one is a German translation of the original version with the N word and a ton of apologies in the preface but also with the last line as title.

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Admittedly, I am not a big fan of the mystery genre, but I do read them from time to time. This book was my first foray into Christie, and will almost certainly be my last.

At no point did this book actually grab my interest, let alone hold it.


Characters began dying, and I couldn’t care less about them one way or another. The fact that the negriinhos tells you the book’s pattern didn’t help. Ten strangers who have gotten away with murder gather by invitation at an isolated mansion. Then their unknow Admittedly, I am not a big fan of the mystery genre, but I do read them from time to time.

Then their unknown host systematically and mockingly murders them one by one. The book had no depth or richness to it. A good novel needs to develop to some meaningful degree the characters, their backgrounds, their interaction, their dialogue, the setting, the tone, and any larger themes. Christie missed the mark on so many levels. While the plot was somewhat engaging, even that had definite shortcomings. Once the premise is established, the story becomes k and formulaic.

The guests’ murders are designed to follow the nursery rhyme and little more. There was no special cunning, skill, dow advantage, or plausibility. The killer strikes too effortlessly czso everything just became too predictable. The storytelling seems flat, frigid, and, at times, slow-paced. There is no lead character to care about.

O caso dos dez negrinhos – Agatha Christie – Google Books

Their backgrounds and motives are sketched in summary fashion. The past crimes vary widely in originality, depth, and genuineness.

Some, especially Claythorne’s and the general’s, are more interesting and powerful than others. Some, like Blore’s, Dr.


Armstrong’s and Lombard’s, are utterly trite, unexplored and ineffective. However, the books worst failing is that they have nothing serious to say about the powerful themes engrinhos are at the very heart of the story.

The story is inherently an dps of human nature in a desperate situation. How do the characters behave? How do they try to reason? How do they try to survive? Also by its very nature, as the book’s last pages acknowledge, this story is a morality play. How is each of the characters a “criminal”? How is each “beyond the law”? Does each get “justice”? Is justice the point, or simply a “lust” to torture and kill?

Is the story about breaking the law or enforcing it, about mistakes or abuses in pursuing justice? None of this is meaningfully addressed. Lastly, my major complaint is that her prose is very rushed, dry and sparse in description. Stylistically, she makes a number of remedial faux pas, which at first were mildly irritating but became more grating as the book trudged on. The most egregious example is exclamation mark overkill: Her style struck me as amateurish and unpolished. Be warned if you try that, though: So Neginhos may have missed something.

View all 6 comments. I can’t read this anymore. DNF’d at page Although the story does sound interesting, and something that I would enjoy, I couldn’t get into the writing. I’ve read a livrro of her books and I fill like they dis either a hit or miss for me. This one was clearly a miss. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Ok, no voy a alabar este libro. View all 3 comments. I’ve read better vez in a cook book. The characters are forgettable.

They start dropping like flies, and not once did I care. Maybe Agatha Christie invented the Whodunit, but all that happens in this book is non-stop whodunit and nothing else. This review is also here: I think the only reason negrihnos didn’t appeal to me in the way it has many others is because I could guess the murderer from the beginning.

But, slowly, lines got blurred and I started to guess other people.