في النهاية يأتي الموت (2020)

في النهاية يأتي الموت Agatha Christie رنا عرفات
  • Title: في النهاية يأتي الموت
  • Author: Agatha Christie رنا عرفات
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  1. mark monday

    Choose Your Own Adventure You are Imhotep, ka priest of Ancient Egypt, ruler over a family of nitwits and schemers and busybodies, with drama enough to drive you insane Poor fellow, all you want is a little peace the kind of peace that is found in the arms of a gorgeous concubine Who can blame you The only sympathetic person in your life is your daughter, a lovely and tragic young widow But sadly, the concubine turns out to be as big a drama queen as everyone else in your life and very bad thing [...]

  2. Jennifer

    Death Comes as the End is a standalone Agatha Christie mystery drama set in ancient Egypt Although a murder mystery, there is a ton of family drama and entertaining relationship dynamics to follow I highlighted many quotes from Ms Christie s fabulous writing, but as a mystery, this is far from a favorite for me However, I enjoyed it overall and would recommend it to any Agatha Christie fan.My favorite quote Not so easy to kill an old woman Old women knew the value of life and knew most of the tr [...]

  3. Pranta Ghosh Dastider

    What a story What a story indeed I admit, I have read very few of Christie stories, and only two of them weren t translated including this one Here and now I am mesmerized by her fabulous storytelling So organized well masked plot and witty characters There were motive for many and killings took place, but why you may never be sure until the end I had particularly two in my mind, and one of them turned out to be villainous So, there is hint if you can observe well enough, but I admit, it could h [...]

  4. BrokenTune

    All life is a jest, Imhotep and it is death who laughs last Do you not hear it at every feast Eat, drink and be merry, for tomorrow you die Death Comes as the End is Dame Agatha s only historical mystery and she makes full use of her in depth knowledge of Ancient Egypt The detail of Egyptian artifacts and religious beliefs Dame Agatha weaved into this was delightful and made up for the odd dalliances with annoying love triangles What it didn t quite achieve was to give some authenticity to the c [...]

  5. Marija Simić

    Oh Once again, murder is easy When you kill once, the next time will be much much easier, and the next, and the nextI sort of felt like this wrote George R R Martin, ha This family at first appeared like others, women fighting for trivial stuff, men proving themselves amongst each other But, all of this was just a shallow picture, and Agatha succeded to prove how, deep down people often carry very different emotions than the ones they show to the world.While I was coming to the end of this book, [...]

  6. Sophie Hannah

    Beautifully written One of Agatha s very best standalones, and I would have given it five stars if it weren t for the fact that I guessed the murderer about halfway through Still, that s probably my fault The novel is elegant, perfectly structured, full of clues and misdirection, with a great cast of characters and possibly the most vile of all Agatha s horrid characters A very satisfying read.

  7. Jaksen

    An Agatha Christie I hadn t read I listened to this one, actually I ve been doing a lot of sewing yeah, I m old, female and retreating into something I did endlessly while in college and so I like to listen to an occasional book while I m working I chose this one thinking it was probably a Miss Marple or Hercule Poirot Boy was I wrong This is a murder mystery set in ancient Egypt and you could learn a lot about the social s and family structure of the times just by reading this book Christie was [...]

  8. Elilith

    Aunque esta vez s que he adivinado al asesino pasatiempo preferido cuando leo a esta genio del misterio , me ha parecido un libro totalmente perfecto, con aparte de la trama de misterio principal, muchas ense anzas valiosas Adem s, la ambientaci n es totalmente genial Agatha se mete dentro del antiguo egipto, mostrando un total conocimiento tanto de su religi n como de las costumbres cotidianas Adoro la cultura egipcia y ha sido un placer leer una ambientaci n tan trabajada Muy recomendado.

  9. Carmen

    This book is excellent It takes place in Ancient Egypt, and it is a murder mysteryof course I love it Christie makes sure that anyone could have done itd you suspect everyone at different times I adore how she develops her characters Her main character, a woman named Renisenb, I found childish, ditzy, and even idiotic at times Also, the book takes place during a time when women are not given much respect The ending definitely surprised me I would highly recommend this book.

  10. Candiss

    Agatha Christie s Death Comes as the End is a good old fashioned whodunnit with many layers of characterization and psychological intrigue Unlike Christie s many other mysteries, such as her beloved Hercule Poirot and Miss Marple series, this one takes place in ancient Egypt Although the story is technically about the murder of a concubine, it s actually about the family drama among and the psychological landscape of the central family s members A ka priest priest whose job it is to tend the fa [...]

  11. Meave

    Very odd It s good when an author tries to stretch, you know, but it was still the same story, and I didn t like that inching toward monotheism business one bit it seemed terribly disrespectful Still, I guess all her stories are the same story, so to criticize this one in particular isn t fair it was how the tone felt like a mixture of genuine narrative and this unpleasant writing about savages superiority If she was taking it seriously, then it s too bad she was such a prejudiced old thing if s [...]

  12. Jessica Prescott

    We all know Agatha Christie wrote a ton of mystery novels, but this, I believe, is her best work Amazingly well drawn characters, INCREDIBLY vivid setting Ancient Egypt , complex plot that will leave you guessing until the last page And yes, I do mean the very last page Highly recommended for any Christie lover.

  13. Neti Triwinanti

    Saya menyelesaikan buku ini hari Jumat lalu ketika berperjalanan di Kereta Rel Listrik dari stasiun Duri menuju stasiun Tanah Tinggi Ketika mencapai sepertiga bagian buku, saya tahu saya akan menyukai buku ini Dan ya, buku ini ternyata pecah banget Twistnya menipu sampai sampai saya ragu akan hipotesis saya sendiri Sebelum membaca, saya sedikit kurang yakin apakah bukunya menarik mengingat latar waktunya adalah 4000 tahun silam, di Mesir lagi Saya langsung terpikir Fir aun, mumi, Piramida dan te [...]

  14. DeAnna Knippling

    In ancient Egypt, a small family drama turns into tragedy when a new concubine is brought to the home of a wealthy priest The body count mounts as the true nature of the family circle is revealed.I picked this one up because it s on a best of all time list of mysteries I called the ending early, which generally disappoints me It didn t here for some reason The tension if you know what s coming is about the same as if you didn t, I think, because the danger seems worse if you know than if you don [...]

  15. An Odd1

    Agatha Christie uses quote to echo the precepts of Ptha hotep, from maybe the oldest known manuscripts Men are made fools by the gleaming limbs of women, and lo, in a minute they are become discolored carnelians A trifle, a little, the likeness of a dream, and death comes as the end Hard to find in p88 Life magazine 1 Oct 1956, yet Christie published book first in 1944 inside knowledge books.google books id sEEEAHuman nature fear, envy, betrayal, love, hate are every where and when Family dysfun [...]

  16. Themis

    I listened to the audiobook as I drove back home from spending Christmas with my family The beginning of the book, actually most of the book, doesn t feel like an Agatha Christie story I enjoyed the story as it unfolded, but there were a lot of things repeated over and over again Sometimes I thought I had forgotten to change the CD Overall, it s a vey good story, but one you shouldn t read while driving I almost forgot to mention the narrator brings the characters to life so well, I was very ple [...]

  17. Nhi Nguyễn

    n ng th ng ph t cu ng v c p i m n m ng c a ph n , nh ng l ch a, trong tho ng ch c ch ng tr th nh nh ng d i ng c b c m u M t ch t t, m t t t o c a c i gi ng nh gi c m , v t n c ng s l c i ch t L i n i t ng ch ng nh v ngh a v h u nh kh ng g i ch t ng s n o c a nh n v t l n tu i nh t trong truy n, h a ra ch m i l m n d o u, l l i c nh b o u ti n cho nh ng s th t ng s v nh ng c i ch t nhu m m u d t m en t i trong cu n ti u thuy t trinh th m c nh t v nh n y c a n ho ng truy n trinh th m Agatha Christ [...]

  18. C Valeri

    Your mind is like my mind, it looks out over the River, seeing a world of changes, of new ideas seeing a world where all things are possible to those with courage and vision TeamHoriUnique in Christie s canon for being a historical mysteryt in Ancient Egyptspheric and haunting Loved it as much as her other works The murder mystery plot was as flawless as ever and even though this was my second time reading it, I couldn t remember who the killer was and for the life of me could not figure it out [...]

  19. Shinjini

    Agatha Christie is one of those authors who are unquestionably guaranteed a place in my to read list as and when I spot her name on a book This particular book I hadn t heard about when I spotted it in the library With no further ado, I picked it up and put it along with my book pile While waiting at the line, I read the short summary at the back of the book and was immediately intrigued Unfortunately, I couldn t get on to the book immediately but when I did open it and read through the first pa [...]

  20. Kavita

    This is one of my favourite Agatha Christie book, despite its different setting Imhotep is a priest and a businessman and a farmer His two elder sons, Yahmouse and Sobek, look after his business while he is away His younger son, Ipy is considered too young to take much responsibility Then there is Esa, his mother, Hori and Kameni, his scribes, and Renisenb, his beloved daughter Yahmouse, Sobek and their wives, Satipy and Kait, live together along with the other members of the household, includin [...]

  21. El Cuaderno de Chris

    Esta historia se desarrolla en Tebas, Egipto en el a o 2000 antes de nuestra era Y se centra en la familia de Imhotep, un sacerdote y custodio de una tumba, hombre con mucho dinero qui n tiene cuatro hijos, Yahmose, Sobek, Renisenb e Ipy Renisenb ha quedado viuda y regresa a casa de su padre junto con su peque a hija Para ella no parece haber cambiado su hogar desde que se march , sin embargo, su padre llega un d a con una concubina llamada Nofret, y las cosas empiezan a cambiar dram ticamente e [...]

  22. Edward Davies

    Not one of Christie s best I think I found the setting distracting as every so often I d forget where it was set and then something would jolt me into realising this wasn t a cosy little village in England.

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