Do you love books? Do you love imagining how the characters would actually look and sound like if the plot of the book came to reality?
Then look no further; for Harper Collins India is launching the newest mystery of Hercule Poirot – The Mystery of Three Quarters by Sophie Hannah to commemorate Agatha Christie’s birthday (15th Sept), a first-of-its-kind dramatized reading-cum-play for an Agatha Christie novel, at the Akshara Theatre (New Delhi).
The Mystery of Three Quarters by Sophie Hannah is the newest Hercule Poirot mystery – and I definitely enjoyed this beauty. You can read my review by clicking on the image below!
Harper Collins India recently did a book launch for this newest mystery in a unique way – they held a dramatized reading – cum – play of the book on the 16th of September 2018 at Akshara Theatre, New Delhi.
This was a wonderful way of introducing the book to a wider audience – and I definitely enjoyed Mr. Sunit Tandon’s portrayal of Hercule Poirot the best – he was emotive and his expressions were just on point for the play itself! It was a brilliant presentation; enough that my husband who really is the non – reader in our family; enjoyed himself! 😀
Here are a few snippets from the play –
The wonderful play where they even cast the family dog – Hopscotch; to be honest the very best surprise in the play!
Mr. Sunit Tandon did a wonderful job of imitating Hercule Poirot! I honestly adored his mannerisms, almost a perfect copy of what I had in mind as Hercule Poirot ❤
The best of Friends, Inspector Catchpool and Hercule Poirot discussing the intricate points of the case 😀
A Panaromic view of all the participants of The Mystery of Three Quarters – where Hercule Poirot delivered his brilliance in front of an audience 😀
You can also check out a little video on my Instagram IGTV as well.
You can also read my review by clicking on the image below – don’t worry, it’s spoiler free ❤
I also met some amazing book bloggers – look at our crazy faces; we love being surrounded by people who love books, don’t we?