The Secret Adversary (yourbooks)

June 10, 2017 - Comment

The Secret Adversary by Agatha Christie. Worldwide literature classic, among top 100 literary novels of all time. A must read for everybody.In the 1980s, Italo Calvino (the most-translated contemporary Italian writer at the time of his death) said in his essay “Why Read the Classics?” that “a classic is a book that has never finished

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The Secret Adversary by Agatha Christie. Worldwide literature classic, among top 100 literary novels of all time. A must read for everybody.In the 1980s, Italo Calvino (the most-translated contemporary Italian writer at the time of his death) said in his essay “Why Read the Classics?” that “a classic is a book that has never finished saying what it has to say”, without any doubt this book can be considered a Classic This book is also a Bestseller because as Steinberg defined: “a bestseller as a book for which demand, within a short time of that book’s initial publication, vastly exceeds what is then considered to be big sales”.

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Sue says:

Hard to rate If this had been written by Jane Doe it would barely rate 2 stars. But this is Christie!!! The unrivaled queen of the genre. I’m glad I learned that this is the second novel she wrote. That information makes the quality of the story more understandable. I adore Agatha and have read her books, seen plays and tv shows based on her works and enjoyed them all-until this one. If you are a Christie fan, this early book is fascinating. If you are just interested in a good historical mystery, this…

Whistlers Mom says:

Agatha gets a pay raise WARNING: This is an Agatha Christie book which does NOT feature Hercule Poirot or Miss Marple. Christie purists will have nothing to do with this book! If you are a Christie purist, stop reading HERE. 

Kirin says:

Genesis of Tommy and Tuppence Fans of Agatha Christie will enjoy the introduction of the Young Adventurers to her constellation of recurring sleuths that includes the inimitable Hercule Poirot, the unassuming Miss Marple and the apple-crunching novelist Ariadne Oliver. Tommy and Tuppence, properly named Thomas Beresford and Prudence Cowley, reunite at the close of the Great War to wonder at grim employment possibilities and limited life prospects. 

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