“Endless Night” by Agatha Christie – A Book Review

First published in 1967, Endless Nightwas one of Agatha Christie’s personal favourites among her many books she wrote. I can understand why. It was well written, clear and easy to follow sequence of events.

The narrator of the story was Michael Rogers. Being a young man who was poor, Michael dreamed of owning a house of his own and to live in with a girl happily ever after. He chanced upon a piece of property for sale in Gypsy’s Acre on top of a hill with dark fir trees around it. Stories had it that this property was cursed, sort of a gypsy’s curse. He was warned by a gypsy because it was a place where accidents happened.

What happened next was interesting to read. Was the ancient gypsy’s curse true? Did Michael find his true love to stay in this property? Was it a fairy tale ending?

I was surprised at the ending. Endless Night was not typical of most of Agatha Christie’s books on crimes and police investigations. Read it and you would know what I mean.

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