Great Cases of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle

Great Cases of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle

As a fan of the BBC show “Sherlock” I wanted to get more into the world and go back to the original stories where my beloved character originated from. Typically I will not watch a movie or show if I have not read the book first. This was one of the rare expectations, so when I finally did get a copy of some of the cases of Sherlock Holmes I was eager to read them. I found that the show did a great job of capturing the essence of Holmes and Watson from the book and putting them into modern day. In every case I found myself eager to find out how they did it and happy when I could occasionally come to the same conclusion as Holmes, on my own. Although sometimes it could be a little slow to start, by the end of each case I was fully absorbed. The copy that I read has random cases of Sherlock Holmes and I guess that it is okay to read them like that, but I would recommend reading them in order because the relationships get a little confusing when jumping around. I would also recommend this as a classic that is easy to read, but I do have to warn that there is quiet a bit of drugs, and they are not being shown in the typical negative light of today. I really enjoyed this world and the characters and would recommend this to anyone looking for a world to escape too.

 

 

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