A stupid little book known as Ten Little Indians (previously published as And Then There Were None) by Agatha Cristie is keeping me from my beloved The Canterbury Tales. I have to read this "mystery" novel for my honors English class and am terribly bored. Within the first few pages of them arriving at the island I had figured out who the mysterious U.N. Owen was. Thus, making the rest boring and irritating. The poem is obviously relating to their deaths and yet the guests only guess that they are the Indians in the poem but not that the poem is portraying their demise.
Honestly, I would rather hand this book right back to my English teacher but for the love of God I have to take a test on it and I'd rather not keep cheating on my assignments for this book. I'd like to take some credit for my grade.