Didsbury Book Group

We talk about them too ! If you like to talk about what you've read, then please join us — new members are very welcome. We meet at the Fletcher Moss on William Street in Didsbury around 8 pm.

There's a meeting every fortnight, but you don't have to come to them all. It's dead simple; choose a book you like the sound of, read it (or even part of it) beforehand and turn up with a few ideas and money for beer / wine / flirtinis. It's all very informal, and we're quite a friendly bunch. We can usually be found on the table with the books and flirtinis.

Our reading list, past, present, and future, appears here and there's a shorter version of upcoming books here.

Thursday, 2 April 2009

And Then There Were None - Agatha Christie

And Then There Were None - Agatha Christie

1 comment:

Andrew said...

It has stood the test of time, and given there is a simple plot and the ending is given in the title, it is a wonder AC manages to keep in interesting at all. It shows why she is so popular. Not very 'deep' because there are too many characters to more than briefly desribe their thoughts / emotions, but a good escape. First AC I have read - I enjoyed it, but I think too many of this type might get boring.