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    very innovative

    As a non-native English speaker, this is the first time that I attempt to read a detective fiction in plain English. It took me two good weeks finishing reading it. The storyline is not very exciting comparing to many recent fictions of the same kind, however the ending of the book when everything is revealed does delivery me a huge shock. For sure, I'll go over this book for a second time in near future to trace down author's hints throughout the book. Okay, what I like about this book are the followings 1) Everything appears to be logical. This means that, careful readers, in theory, should have equal opportunities to discover the murderer, despite the fact that this is very difficult for this book. 2) The way of story-telling is very innovative at the time of writing. It does deserve to be acknowledged as one of the best classical detective fictions. 3) The book is full of humorous ingredients. I, in particular, like the dialogues between the narrator and his sister. By reading them, I also get some idea of the lifestyle in a typical western village in early 1900s. I rated the book with 4 stars, because I personally do not like detective stories to be written in this way .
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    The Murder of Roger Ackroyd

    Very interrupting as usual, no inkling of the real suspect till the very end. I enjoyed this mystery as much as all the other very brilliant mysteries of Agatha Christie.

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