The Question and Answer section for And Then There Were None is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
Based on your reading of the first chapter of 'and then there were none', how would you describe the way this boo is narrated? Can you identify the point of view that the author uses? Why might the author have made the choice to narrate the book this way?
Check out the analysis section at the GradeSaver link below:
The only way the guests have been aquitted of being U.N. Owen is through death.
He pretends that he sees a wasp on Vera's shoulder. She panics and he pretends to "flicks it off."