“The Secret Adversary” is another brilliant detective fiction done by Agatha Christie. In this story, the two main characters Tuppence and Tommy discover a malevolent gang that is secretly controlled by a person who lives under the name Mr. Brown. This gang is in search of a treaty that can create a great scandal for England. In order to destroy their evil plot, Tuppence and Tommy soon go on a hunt for a girl name Jane Finn, who is believed to know where the treaty is hidden. During their adventure of sleuthing, they make a strong alliance with Jane’s cousin Julius Hersheimmer, American ambassador Mr. Carter and the famous lawyer Sir James Edgerton. However, Tuppence and Tommy still encounter many obstacles and life-threatening situations along the way. In the end, they both are horrified to find that their powerful enemy “Mr. Brown” is one of the person they so called ally.This novel precisely describes the evil movements that are happening under the peaceful mask of the great city. Also, it craves out all the details of the heated confrontations between the young adventurers and the gang. But far more important, it brings out how these juvenile characters have overcome their fears and become much more mature along the way. This novel is more than just an exciting experience of danger; it is also a documentary of the transformation of two young adults. The challenges in this adventure have put the main characters to a great test, physically and mentally. By going along the storyline till the end, we can witness the significant changes of Tuppence’s materialistic behavior, a great improvement on Tommy’s leadership and an outstanding enhancement of courage in them both.In the beginning, Tuppence is described as a girl who desi…
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