Hallowe'en Party

Hallowe'en Party Chandre Agatha Christie
  • Title: Hallowe'en Party
  • Author: Chandre Agatha Christie
  • ISBN: 9780007280544
  • Page: 474
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Hallowe'en Party Chandre Agatha Christie Hallowe en Party A year old girl holds the clue to a death at a party on st October was it a fatal mistake or a murder
    A 13 year old girl holds the clue to a death at a party on 31st October was it a fatal mistake or a murder
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    1. Great artwork but the story was too watered down and missing elements At times it was a bit confusing and jumped from one place to another quite quickly It was a good storyline but I would recommend reading the book first I possibly should ve done that

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    2. This is the first of the four Christie GN adaptations I read, and probably my least favorite Not that it s bad certainly the shock of a child being murdered in the first few pages is enough to pull you right in But while I cannot find fault with the storytelling, the motivations of the characters were harder for me to relate to, I suppose I read it a couple months ago, so I m essentially writing on impressions right now Overall, these adaptations are quite lovely to look at, and a welcome introd [...]

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    3. 3.5 starsFun, but I think if I wouldn t have read the novel first, I may have not enjoyed it as much.

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    4. I have been curious about these graphic novel adaptations of Agatha Christie books since I first saw them hauled on Booktube a few months ago I managed to find a copy of Hallowe en Party and thought I d give it a go.Now, I have never read the original Poirot book, but the storyline seemed familiar as I quickly made my way through the book Even though it was interesting, I realize that a lot of information was left out and for that fact I d like to read the book to see what I missed as I found th [...]

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    5. It was odd, reading a Poirot graphic novel There were distinct elements missing Most noticeably Poirot s air of egotism It is, i am happy to admit, my favourite thing about Poirot He s a clever sod, and he knows it Though there is reference to the little grey cells , the closest the books gets to Poirot s conceitedness is a smug face when someone else describes how smart he is It was nice, but it wasn t the same.With everyone Poirot talked to toting the same line about the victim, at first i was [...]

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    6. I didn t even know Agatha Christie graphic novels existed until today, but that s the beauty of independent book stores Being a huge Christie fan, I had to read at least one I choose Hallowe en Party because it has both Hercule Poirot and Adriadne Oliver, my two favorite characters The verdict Meh First of all, and this is no fault of the author, Daivid Suchet so perfectly embodies Poirot that to see him in any other form is just impossible to believe But, by the very condensed and abridged natu [...]

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    7. Entertaining enough for a short little read I feel like a lot of details are left out and it does seem rushed but I enjoyed it and I like the novelty of having an Agatha Christie comic book.

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