Poirot’s Early Cases by Agatha Christie


How is everyone around here? I am extremely overworked these days office-wise and just don’t find time for anything else. Well, I can manage time better because I know that I am always working while browsing internet side by side. MAJOR TIME WASTE!! I just can’t help it and therefore, I don’t find time for anything else. Due to this irritating habit of mine, I find no time for things that I love or for studying.

Ranting over.

Coming back to the post, this is the 13th book that I read as part of the Brunch Book Challenge and as I said, I’ll be logging my opinion about every book that I read as part of this challenge. In case you want to participate in this challenge too, read up about it here.


This was my first Agatha Christie and I haven’t read many thriller/suspense/spy or fantasy novels. I did not expect to like it a lot since, till now, I haven’t enjoyed many books from these 4 genres. Was I wrong! I loved it to the core. 😀 I enjoyed it so freaking much! I am happy that I can now mention this book when people discuss spy novels since these 4 genres are usually what people discuss 😛 (I really need to broaden my choices, really!)

Honestly, I have not much to say except that I enjoyed reading it so much. One comment about the book on the cover says ‘Vintage Christie’. This sums up my feelings for this book – warm, comforting, vintage. I love it. Please give this a go if you haven’t already. 🙂