Ordeal by Innocence

Ordeal by Innocence Chandre
  • Title: Ordeal by Innocence
  • Author: Chandre
  • ISBN: 9780007275311
  • Page: 183
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Ordeal by Innocence Chandre Ordeal by Innocence The Argyle family is far from pleased to discover one of its number has been posthumously pardoned for murder if Jacko Argyle didn t kill his mother who did
    The Argyle family is far from pleased to discover one of its number has been posthumously pardoned for murder if Jacko Argyle didn t kill his mother, who did
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    372 Comments


    1. Started this book last night late

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    2. Of the four Christie GN adaptations I read, this was by far the most impressively woven I had to go back and forth a number of times to figure out all the pieces, though I will confess that don t tell anyone I wondered if in this case in particular, the comics medium may fall short I think of Doyle s Holmes and how it would be nearly impossible to communicate all of the detail and analysis effectively in a graphic novel adaptation You definitely lose something Plus, in my limited experience with [...]

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    3. Two years after Mrs Argyle was murdered and her adopted son Jacko convicted of the crime, a man shows up with evidence that Jacko was innocent and stirs up strife and anxiety within the family If Jacko didn t do it An interesting murder mystery It seems to adhere to the basics of Christie s original story while shaving off unnecessary dialogue or details Some of the characters in this are drawn really well, and others look like Dali hijacked the artist s hand The basic story is done well Chandre [...]

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    4. I really liked this book A quick read Lovely illustrations, especially the colouring.

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    5. The art was horrendous.

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    6. This adaptation is too sparse to capture the true glory and nuances of an Agatha Christie novel Illustrations are okay, but nothing to write home about.

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