Taken at the Flood [Free E–pub]

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Taken at the Flood

Taken at the Flood review Ó 3 Agatha Christie ↠ 3 characters review Taken at the Flood A few weeks after marrying an attractive young widow Gordon Cloade is tragically killed by a bomb blast in the London blitz Overnight the former Mrs Underhay finds herself in sole possession of. This was so heading for 5 stars and then somehow in the last few pages it wasn t So why Well it s a really great story well crafted and was in my opinion going to be one of my favourite Poirot stories and then view spoiler in about the last few pages I felt that Agatha Christie well not ran out of ideas but almost gave up on the story What do I mean well I cannot imagine the police not prosecuting Rowley Cloade so just having him back at the farm seemed a bit wrong and also I cannot see Lynn Marchmont suddenly deciding she does love him after the whole book proving and demonstrating she doesn t hide spoiler

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Taken at the Flood review Ó 3 Agatha Christie ↠ 3 characters review Taken at the Flood The Cloade family fortuneShortly afterwards Hercule Poirot receives a visit from the dead man’s sister in law who claims she has been warned by ‘spirits’ that Mrs Underhay’s first husban. Choose Your Own AdventureYour name is Lynn Marchmont and you have come home from the war Home to your predictable village of Warmsley Vale your predictable fianc your predictable little life all laid out in front of you Once upon a time you loved it allYou secretly long for the war the excitement the medical emergencies the thrills and the danger Instead you must contend with your tiresome upper crust family their sudden loss of fortune the scheming that strange feeling of ill will floating around you But do not fear young miss You shall see your share of excitement again danger and passion a thrilling life of adventure on the horizon And a man with his head savagely pulped is surely its own sort of medical emergency But are such things really what you crave Do people ever truly change Which path shall you take If your way leads homeward then choose this path to a long and uiet life well lived a life full of uiet easy murderIf your way leads to places unknown then choose this path to mystery and menace enough to unhinge your mindview spoilerI had to add this one to my all fucked up shelf because man the happy ending jaw droppingly fucked up all it takes is a man to literally try to choke you out as long as he genuinely loves you to realize that you actually do love that man and apparently if someone is accidentally killed it doesn t really matter if the accidental murderer then berserkly mashes the dead man s head into pulp to cover up his crime as far as Poirot is concerned it all still started out as an accident so no big deal and certainly not reason enough to stand in the way of true love goshstill this is a particularly clever Christie it is full of unpredictable and often strange twists turns and has a few exceedingly well rendered characters but I had to knock off a star because of that demented ending hide spoiler Potato Surprise A Brimstone Preuel receives a visit from the dead man’s sister in law who claims she has been warned by ‘spirits’ that Mrs Underhay’s first husban. Choose Your Own AdventureYour name is Lynn Marchmont and you have come home from the war Home to your predictable village of Warmsley Vale your predictable fianc your predictable little life all laid out in front of you Once upon a time you loved it allYou secretly long for the war the excitement the medical emergencies the thrills and the danger Instead you must contend with your tiresome upper crust family their sudden loss of fortune the scheming that strange feeling of ill will floating around you But do not fear young miss You shall see your share of excitement again danger and passion a thrilling life of adventure on the horizon And a man with his head savagely pulped is surely its own sort of medical emergency But are such things Winning The Player really what you crave Do people ever truly change Which path shall you take If your way leads homeward then choose this path to a long and uiet life well lived a life full of uiet easy murderIf your way leads to places unknown then choose this path to mystery and menace enough to unhinge your mindview spoilerI had to add this one to my all fucked up shelf because man the happy ending jaw droppingly fucked up all it takes is a man to literally try to choke you out as long as he genuinely loves you to Hell for the Company Brimstone #1 realize that you actually do love that man and apparently if someone is accidentally killed it doesn t A Year Down Yonder really matter if the accidental murderer then berserkly mashes the dead man s head into pulp to cover up his crime as far as Poirot is concerned it all still started out as an accident so no big deal and certainly not Getting Naked reason enough to stand in the way of true love goshstill this is a particularly clever Christie it is full of unpredictable and often strange twists turns and has a few exceedingly well Invisible Jim Crow rendered characters but I had to knock off a star because of that demented ending hide spoiler

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Taken at the Flood review Ó 3 Agatha Christie ↠ 3 characters review Taken at the Flood D is still alive Poirot has his suspicions when he is asked to find a missing person guided only by the spirit world Yet what mystifies Poirot most is the woman’s true motive for approaching h. This is a pretty good Christie mystery but the character development at the end was such a betrayal I felt personally offended I should probably not get so involved in the characters but still I m taking away a star out of spiteSuggestion don t read the last 3 pages You ll be a happier person and still know the end of the mysteryuotesThe thing that was different and that ought not to be different was herself P14Was that really and truly what people were secretly feeling everywhere Was that what ultimately war did to you It was not the physical dangers the mines at sea the bombs from the air the crisp ping of a rifle bullet as you drove over a desert track No it was the spiritual danger of learning how much easier life was if you ceased to think P99Doctors like every one else are victims of the preconceived idea P174Can you love someone you don t trust P213The wages of sin Mademoiselle are said to be death But sometimes the wages of sin seem to be luxury Is that any endurable I wonder P218What I say to you is this there is no telling what a human character is until the test comes P235


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  1. says: Taken at the Flood [Free E–pub] Agatha Christie ↠ 3 characters review Taken at the Flood

    Taken at the Flood [Free E–pub] During the war Poirot got stuck in a London club There he heard a story from one of those people that could never shut up and never realized their tales are boring In any way I personally did not find it boring It

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    characters Ð eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Agatha Christie Taken at the Flood [Free E–pub] Agatha Christie ↠ 3 characters What a person really is is only apparent when the test comes—that is the moment when you stand or fall on your own feetThis is a detective story and thus I rate it considering my enjoyment of the mistery and its

  3. says: review Taken at the Flood characters Ð eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Agatha Christie Agatha Christie ↠ 3 characters

    Agatha Christie ↠ 3 characters Taken at the Flood [Free E–pub] This was so heading for 5 stars and then somehow in the last few pages it wasn’t So why ? Well it's a really great story well crafted and w

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    review Taken at the Flood characters Ð eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Agatha Christie Agatha Christie ↠ 3 characters Cho

  5. says: characters Ð eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Agatha Christie Agatha Christie ↠ 3 characters review Taken at the Flood

    Agatha Christie ↠ 3 characters characters Ð eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Agatha Christie Taken at the Flood [Free E–pub] I was really enjoying this in fact I was thinking it was the best Poirot I had read but then there was a three page epilogue which was COMPLETE AND UTTER BULLSHIT which undid every bit of characterisation and plot that had preceded itChristie had her 'heroine' go back to the man who had tried to murder her with the immortal lines When you caught hold of me by the throat and said if I wasn't for you no one should have m

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    Agatha Christie ↠ 3 characters Taken at the Flood [Free E–pub] Whilst this Poirot novel isn’t one of Christie’s strongest mysteries it certainly evokes the post war setting perfectlyIt’s a real time capsule that explores the cost and recovery during 1946 BritainThe sto

  7. says: Taken at the Flood [Free E–pub] Agatha Christie ↠ 3 characters review Taken at the Flood

    characters Ð eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Agatha Christie Taken at the Flood [Free E–pub] Agatha Christie ↠ 3 characters Weak plot Too many coincidences that help Poirot solve the crime There is little that Poirot does with his little grey cells The first half of the novel is all over the place and at times it becomes difficult to pay attention to the story I would place this novel at bottom 10% of all Poirot's novels Avoidable

  8. says: characters Ð eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Agatha Christie Taken at the Flood [Free E–pub] Agatha Christie ↠ 3 characters

    Taken at the Flood [Free E–pub] Poirot sighed ‘One should never struggle against the inevitable’ he said ‘If a middle aged lady wearing sham Egyptian beads has made up her mind to see the famous Hercule Poirot and has come up from the country to do so nothing will deflect her She will sit there in the hall till she gets her way Show her

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    review Taken at the Flood Taken at the Flood [Free E–pub] This is a pretty good Christie mystery but the character development at the end was such a betrayal I felt personally offended I shoul

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    characters Ð eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Agatha Christie Taken at the Flood [Free E–pub] I pretty fun one

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  • Paperback
  • 352
  • Taken at the Flood
  • Agatha Christie
  • English
  • 03 February 2019
  • 9780007121014