#WinterReadathon plan to finish tagged book this week and start some new ones for my January challenges (#AuldLangSpine #AgathaChristieClubR2 #LosersClub) which I put on my #BookSpinBingo for the new month. Looking forward to #ISpyBingo as well
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Make a great day everyone ❄
Another fun 2023 challenge - check out @lauredhel 's page for more details!!
What 2023 reading challenges do you all plan to participate in? I've been setting up my journal for the year and am getting super excited!! This year I'm looking to continue #Roll100 with @PuddleJumper, #WickedWords with @AsYouWish, #TrappedonanIsland with @aperfectmjk, #NoShameReadathon with @Nessavamusic, #Booked2023 with @alisiakae @cinfhen & @barbarathebibliophage ⬇
#agathachristieclubR2 as mentioned a while back, I'm doing book judging for the ALA Reading List this year and our judging months are brutal. Therefore, I'm building in a break for December to help me out. Our January book will be Appointment with Death, which I know some of you have already read (sorry 😔), and I'm looking forward to discussing it with you! We're coming up on some of my favorite Christies this year!
3. These stories are closer to novellas than her typical short stories. Did you think this was successful? Would you have preferred them to be longer or shorter?
2. Which story was your favorite, and why?
Hi #agathachristieclubR2 friends! I'm drowning in book-judging duties this right now and of course behind on posting, so I'm going to do this quick so I can clear my mind!
1. Did you enjoy this book? Why or why not?
4. What did you think of Christie's portrayal of Egypt in the novel? Were you satisfied with the level of detail, or did you want more? Was her depiction of the country and its people enjoyable or difficult to read?
3. Did you feel about the characters of Jackie, Linnet, and Simon? Did you have sympathy for any of them, or did you dislike them? How does Poirot view each of them?
2. Death on the Nile has been adapted for the screen many times. What do you think makes this book so attractive to directors and screenwriters over other Christie novels?