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Murder on the Orient Express (Hercule Poirot #10)

What more can a mystery addict desire than a much-loathed murder victim found aboard the luxurious Orient Express with multiple stab wounds, thirteen likely suspects, an incomparably brilliant detective in Hercule Poirot, and the most ingenious crime ever conceived? ...

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ISBN : 9780007119318
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Number of Pages : 274 pages
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Murder on the Orient Express (Hercule Poirot #10) Reviews

  • Nandakishore Varma

    I do not like to write reviews of whodunits: you can't do justice to the analysis without explaining what happened in detail, but then it spoils the story for whoever has not read it. So, for those mystery lovers who have not read The Murder on the Orient Express so far, I will post a single line review: Go and read it! This one rocks! What are you waiting for?

    Now, the review for fellow mystery and Christie lovers who have read the book(or like me, re-read umpteen number of times till the pages

  • Anne

    If you've never read one of her books, this one sums up the Agatha Christie experience quite nicely.

    As in: You will never solve her mysteries.

    Don't bother trying, because it will only infuriate you when you find out that the answer to the whodunnit is something far-fetched & entirely unbelievable.

    Roll with it, I say! Just trust that the little Belgian detective will eventually make everything all right, and settle in for a cute (albeit old-timey) mystery.

    I'm not gonna bore you with a plot sy

  • Amalia Gavea

    ‘’Some crimes God does not forgive!’’

    Last week, I watched (for the gazillionth time…) ITV’s 2010 production of ‘’Murder on the Orient Express’’ with the inimitable David Suchet in the role of our beloved Hercule Poirot and it prompted certain thoughts in my mind. Why is this considered one of Christie’s finest creations? Many say that, arguably, it is her best work and this view I do share.

    I don’t think any of us need a synopsis. To say the story is well-known would be an understatement. Even

  • Virginia Ronan ♥ Herondale ♥

    ”The train, it is as dangerous as a sea voyage!”

    So, this was my first Agatha Christie book and considering how much fun I had while I read it, it definitely won’t be my last. ;-)

    Yes, you read correctly and your mind didn’t play tricks on you:

    I had F.U.N!!!

    I actually enjoyed reading this so much I constantly found myself giggling with delight! *lol* I swear there’s nothing better than a mystery or a puzzle you need to solve and I guess in this particular case it might have even been both! ;-P


  • Henry Avila

    The lone train chugs down the tract westward, in the cold, dark, winter's night, over a country that no longer exists, from Istanbul,Turkey, to Calais, France, then across the English Channel by boat, for home, a long, tedious, three day trip. For Hercule Poirot, just having successfully wrapped up a case, in Syria, yet he's summoned again to another. No vacation, for the tired man, London calls and he goes...The little Belgian detective (please stop calling him French), is much in demand. Becom ...more

  • emma

    I’m pretty astounded by how much fun this was.

    I mean, this may be just me, but “early-to-mid-twentieth century mystery about train crime” doesn’t exactly scream nonstop thrill ride. But here we are!

    I’m also not sure why it took me so long to write this review (two months, to be exact, so actually not that long for me but still) but again, here we are.

    I don’t actually really want to say much on this book, which is astounding in its own right because my number one hobby is making up various excus

  • Tadiana ✩Night Owl☽

    If you're on a train (or boat, or island), planning to commit a nice, unsolvable murder, and you find out Hercule Poirot is one of the guests . . . Just change your plans. That is all.

    I'd like to know if anyone has ever solved this particular murder mystery. It's mind-boggling, and deservedly one of Agatha Christie's better-known books.

  • Kai

    “The impossible could not have happened, therefore the impossible must be possible in spite of appearances.”

    I just realized that I've never written a review for this. Must have slipped my mind. Maybe because I'm so excited to see the movie adaption with Judi Dench, Rooney Mara and Daisy Ridley.

    Anyway, this wasn't what I had expected, and then again it was. Now, whenever I saw this book on here or in a bookshop I pictured a very diverse and interesting cast of characters and a classic murder myst