The book 'And then there were none' begins by the ten people receiving party invitation from the guy called Owen. First night, they are informed that they have been brought to pay their actions, by gramophone. They can't escape because of the distance between the island and the mainland. And gradually all ten are killed in turn, each in a manner that seems to parallel the deaths in the nursery rhyme.
Characters are first introduced, so readers can understand. As the book progresses, it got further inside of my fear, and it gradually builds suspense. At the ending, I could see how beautifully the book is constructed.
The story was way too violent to read because the story was too dark, and it was psychological thriller. Also the book requires quite a lot maturity to understand the conplicated association between character.
The book describes dark side of a justice in a very descriptive way. However the book seems justifying the murder which can never be justified. I don't recommend this book to people who are not mature enough to handle brutality, and violence.