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  • Troy Blackford

    Book ☆ Postern of Fate ÌDownload Ö Connecfloor Postern of FatePeople seem to really dislike this one but if you go into it understanding it is the last of the books she wrote during the period where her mental faculties were failing when she was writing things like 'Elephants Can Remember' it really isn't completely horrible Tommy and Tuppence are elderly in this story and much of the banter centers around not being able to remember things you can tell this was a preoccupation with Christie Interesting enough as a story though it links a little with 'Passenger to Frankfurt' a book I feel deserves the reputation for 'Christie's Worst Book' which this book has receivedGenerally whenever Christie tries to get into 'international conspiracythriller' territory rather than murdermysteries it becomes ridiculous 'Frankfurt' was much condemnatory of the 'children these days with their murder and long hair' than this one but the slight touc


  • Mara

    Book ☆ Postern of Fate ÌDownload Ö Connecfloor Postern of Fate15 stars Woof this is pretty terrible There are brief glimpses of the lovely Christie prose that we know and love and the plot set up was promising but overall this is basically a mess that cannot deliver on the promise of the premise My second to least favorite of the Christie oeuvre


  • Erin

    Book ☆ Postern of Fate ÌDownload Ö Connecfloor Postern of FateMary Jordan did not die naturally Book #12 in my Agatha Christie Challenge saw me explore the author's 74th detective novel and my first full length Tommy and TuppencePrudence Beresford story This story was just an ok experience as I tired of the characters and dialogue uickly The older couple have moved to a new lodging The Laurels and stumble upon a mysterious cipher that indicates a murder mystery from the early 1900's As the couple investigate a series of mishaps descends on their home and TT soon begin to wonder if someone wants to keep the past in the past I hate to be harsh on AC especially as I am having such a great time exploring her books On the other hand I suppose it's uite reasonable that I am just not going to love them all


  • Pooja

    Book ☆ Postern of Fate ÌDownload Ö Connecfloor Postern of FateIt is a historical crime story taking us to the mysteries of a particular series of murders during WWII The story began with Tom and Tuppence moving to a new place organizing books and got to to discuss about the warI’ve always been a fan of historical fiction and Agatha Christie is a big YES This book wasn’t as superb as other works of her But who cares we love Agatha and that’s what strictly matters The investigators or say the protagonist couple were madly into each other and books If that’s not nice then I don’t know what is


  • Kathryn

    Book ☆ Postern of Fate ÌDownload Ö Connecfloor Postern of FateA very tedious dull and disappointing finale for the Tommy and Tuppence series Not even sure why she wrote it and I rather wish I had not wasted my time reading it


  • Philip

    Book ☆ Postern of Fate ÌDownload Ö Connecfloor Postern of FateForewarned is forearmed POSTERN OF FATE was the last book Christie wrote and is and generally conceded to be her worst actually she was dictating into a tape recorder at this time and had been doing so since the late 1960s which accounts for the rather conversational tone of the later novels She was still at the height of her powers with 1967's ENDLESS NIGHT u


  • Lotte

    Book ☆ Postern of Fate ÌDownload Ö Connecfloor Postern of Fate255 Probably my least favourite Christie I've read yet and I've readlistened to almost all of them Christie's old age she was over 80 when she wrote this really shows in this book as some things don't really add up in the end Tommy and Tuppence were great as always though


  • Laurel Young

    Book ☆ Postern of Fate ÌDownload Ö Connecfloor Postern of FateI like people who stick together and enjoy their marriage and go on enjoying it So says one of the Beresfords' friends and I agree The chief charm of Postern of Fate is seeing dear Tommy and Tuppence once Unlike Miss Marple and Poirot who start out elderly and retired respectively in the 192030s and age very little for the rest of Dame Agatha's career Tommy and Tup


  • Peter

    Book ☆ Postern of Fate ÌDownload Ö Connecfloor Postern of FateThe last novel Agatha Christie wrote published 1973 and it can best be described as out of focus The whole thing reads like a first draft Where were her editors Perhaps her reputation didn't allow serious editing to occur Tommy and Tuppence are back having just moved into a new house and they unearth a cold case mystery dating back 60 years of the murder of a beautiful pre WWI spy However Agatha was preoccupied with navel gazing and recollections of childhood and the central mystery only occasionally interrupts these endless remembrances Weirdly all the characters develop poor memories as no one can ever recall a proper name or term usually offering 2 or 3 terms for it for example in referring to a governess they also mention what we now call an au pair girl but may hav


  • BrokenTune

    Book ☆ Postern of Fate ÌDownload Ö Connecfloor Postern of FatePostern of Fate was Dame Agatha's last book And knowing this made reading the book rather sad Not only because it is the last book she wrote but also because she seemed to have written it in a way to emphasize that this truly was Tommy and Tuppence Beresford's last hurrah So we have Tommy and Tuppence in their seventies moving into a new home in the country and being reminded by their acuaintances of the great adventures they used to get into As they start to get settled in their new house Tuppence finds a book that contains a coded message to indicate that Mary Jordan did not die of natural causes But who was Mary Jordan The unravelling of the mystery ensues While the first half of