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Endless Night by Agatha Christie

Endless Night (original 1967; edition 2002)

by Agatha Christie

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Title:Endless Night
Authors:Agatha Christie
Info:Minotaur Books (2002), Mass Market Paperback, 288 pages
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Endless Night by Agatha Christie (1967)

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It's always interesting to read the books that Christie wrote that don't center around her regular characters. This book creeped me out right from the beginning in a Wilkie Collins "Woman in White" sort of way. Christie nails that quality of fear when nothing at all is happening. This book however, had a twist that really threw me. Great book! ( )
  Oodles | Feb 16, 2016 |
Mike meets the girl of his dreams, and they find a house they both love. But they are warned away by gipsies... the book takes a shocking turn, and has a very odd ending. Not one that appealed to me much at all, though as usual with Agatha Christie it was fairly compulsive reading. ( )
  SueinCyprus | Jan 26, 2016 |
Fairly decent, but misproportioned late (1967) Christie. Got to hand it to her: she writes the narrative in the voice of an ingratiating young working-class drifter and actually pulls it off. The plot is a bit creaky with its gypsy curses etc. & the first 2/3 has its longeurs ("endless," indeed), but the strategies of deception are classic Christie.

I listened to the audiobook, read by Hugh Fraser (Hastings from TV's Poirot), and it was really delightful. Fraser manages the different characters like a champ. ( )
  middlemarchhare | Nov 25, 2015 |
Spooky and awesome.
Psychological slow thriller.
its the one book you'll remember for a long time. ( )
  Shivam_Singh | Sep 5, 2015 |
An easy, fun read - had Christie been watching Hitchcock?

Heightened, early-1960s dialogue and all the tropes of the chiller-thriller help to make for a page-turning and ultimately gut-wrenching experience - though quite incredible, of course! ( )
  jtck121166 | Jun 11, 2015 |
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Every Night and every Morn
Some to Misery are born.
Every Morn and every Night
Some are born to Sweet Delight.
Some are born to Sweet Delight,
Some are born to Endless Night.

William Blake
Auguries of Innocence
To Nora Prichard, from whom I first heard the legend of Gipsy's Acre
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In my end is my beginning. . . . That's a quotation I've often heard people say.
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Strapped by a chauffeur's wages, Michael Rogers' want of a better life seems out of reach. Especially elusive is a magnificent piece of property in Kingston Bishop--unil a chance meeting with a beautiful heiress makes his dreams possible. Marrying her is the first step. Building the perfect home is the next. Unfortunately, Michael ignored the local warnings about the deadly curse buried in the tract of land, and living out his dreams may exact a higher price than he ever imagined. Praised as one of Agatha Christie's most unusual forays into gothic, psychological suspense, this novel of fate, chance, and the nature of evil was a personal favorite of the author's as well.

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Michael Rogers and Ellie Guteman, a wealthy American oil heiress, meet at Gipsy Acres and marry, despite the warnings of a fortuneteller.

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