[KINDLE] Sherlock Holmes The Complete Novels and Stories Volume II Author Arthur Conan Doyle
S apart from the Robert Downey movie versions then you will have a good idea of what you are getting into when you pick up this book The Valley of Fear is the best Holmes novel in my opinion and it was interesting to read the two stories in this collection that are told by Sherlock himself Nothing earth shattering here just good ol meat and potatoes mystery writing Wow that was a long one but it was worth it I mean we re talking Sherlock Holmes here probably the most famous detective in mystery fiction I usually don t stick to one writer especially IF IT WAS AS GOOD AS it was as good as Arthur Conan Doyle However I don t like to leave a book unfinished so it can t be helped The Hound of the Baskervilles was uite an adventure I ve never guessed who is the villain I would have if I thought outside the box which you should in mystery novels but the author did a good job in misleading the reader with a lot of events going on at the same time The Valley of FearThis one was amazing and once again I failed to see the truth The second half of the tale takes you back 20 years in to the past where a lot of things related to the story is explained Among Sherlock Holmes novels this was my favoriteThe rest was a collection of short stories which were interesting enough to read my favorites were The Adventure of the Red Circle The Adventure of the Dying Defective The Adventure of the Devil s Foot The Adventure of the Sussex Vampire and The Adventure of the Bruce Partingon Plan. Dboard box ; The adventure of the red circle ; The adventure of the Bruce Partington plans ; The adventure of the dying detective ; The disappearance of Lady Frances Carfax ; The adventure of the devil's foot ; His last bow The case book of Sherlock Holmes The adventure of the illustrious client ; The adventure of the blanched soldier ; The adventure of the Mazarin stone ; The adventure of the three gables ; The adventure of the Sussex vampire ; The adventure of the three Garridebs ; The problem of Thor Bridge ; The adventure of the creeping man ; The adventure of the lion's mane ; The adventure of the veiled lodger ; The adventure of Shoscombe old place ; The adventure of the retired colourma. I had fun trying to solve the mysteries had to read the book in parts though since each story was uite detailed I d give this 45 stars and since it was indeed not as good than the first it came down to 4I just really
prefer the novels to the short stories The short stories were either too easy to solve or didn t give the novels to the short stories The short stories were either too easy to solve or didn t give reader enough information to solve it on their ownThat being said I really liked the two novels and my favorite short stories were The Bruce Partington Plans The Devil s Foot The Blanched Soldier the two novels and my favorite short stories were The Bruce Partington Plans The Devil s Foot The Blanched Soldier Sussex Vampire The Three Garridebs Thor Bridge The Lion s Mane and The Retired ColourmanThe Creeping Man seemed far too fantastical and far fetched The Disappearance of Lady Frances Carfax was good at first but then frustratingly obviousOverall it was still entertaining and fascinating to see what Doyle came up with and I m glad I finally read all the stories surrounding Sherlock Holmes I ve now read the complete canon of the Sherlock Holmes stories and novels They are a true treat for all mystery lovers and all readers of good stories with uick plot developments and the portrayal of a uirky and devoted friendship between Holmes and his uiet steadfast and methodical biographer Dr Watson Just as good as Volume One I want someone to make me a tshirt with a picture of Holmes and Watson exchanging necklaces with BFFs inscribed on them actually considering the time period I suppose they d exchange engraved watches or somethingOh Watson how Since his first appearance in Beeton’s Christmas Annual in 1887 Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes has been one of the most beloved fictional characters ever created Now in two paperback volumes Bantam presents all fifty six short stories and four novels featuring Conan Doyle’s classic hero a truly complete collection of Sherlock Holmes’s adventures in crimeVolume II begins with The Hound of the Baskervilles a haunting novel of murder on eerie Grimpen Moor which has rightly earned its reputation as the finest murder mystery ever written The Valley of Fear matches Holmes against his archenemy the master of imaginative crime Professor Moriarty In addition the loyal Dr Watson has fa.
Arthur Conan Doyle ☆ 7 ReadLove you And Now A Word On The Movie It had so much potential Robert Downey Jr and Jude Law On The Movie It had so much
potential Robert Downey Jr and Jude Law wonderful as Holmes and Watson and their combined awesomeRobert Downey Jr and Jude Law wonderful as Holmes and Watson and their combined awesome overcome Rachel McAdam s miscasting as Irene Adler But everything else is a stinking pile of action trash steampunk fail They take Irene Adler an awesome character from A Scandal in Bohemia Volume I and degrade her into a silly former fling of Holmes does not compute and the plot seems to have been stolen from a rejected Dan Brown novel No no no and NO As we proceed through his adventures Mr Holmes gradually lets go of his art of deduction and tends to lean toward the joy of thrill Though the lost aspect is really missed it still continues with being great read and sketching one of the loveliest characters of literature history Another great volume combining 2 feature length stories with short stories I immensely enjoyed this volume and I d recommend to anyone who is a fan of Sherlock Holmes Such a fun journey with my favorite couple I have at last finished the Sherlock Holmes tales After a while there comes a certain sameness to the method but as it is an enjoyable sameness it is not a significant drawback In those few stories not narrated by Watson he is missed never so significant drawback In those few stories not narrated by Watson he is missed never so when Holmes himself is the narrator an experiment which to me fails But no matter what legitimate criticism might be voiced against the oeuvre it seems to me satisfying than not If you now anything about Sherlock Holme. Ithfully recorded Holmes’s feats of extraordinary detection in such famous cases as the thrilling The Adventure of the Red Circle and the twelve baffling adventures from The Case Book of Sherlock Holmes Conan Doyle’s incomparable tales bring to life a Victorian England of horse drawn cabs fogs and the famous lodgings at 221B Baker Street where for than forty years Sherlock Holmes earned his undisputed reputation as the greatest fictional detective of all timeVolume 2 Introduction by Loren D Estleman The hound of the Baskervilles The valley of fear His last bow The adventure of Wisteria Lodge The singular experience of Mr John Scott Eccles ; The tiger of San Pedro ; The adventure of the car.