Here is a blurry picture of the moon as it is slowly turning red with the blood of Lunars.
While Sir Arthur Conan Doyle may be responsible for the creation of Sherlock Holmes, and the original fifty-six short stories and four novels, it’s an obvious and glaring statement of the enduring appeal of the character that he has been taken and refashioned into so many further adventures in film, television, and print. Just out in paperback is another example that ably demonstrates the characters flexibility – the fourth novel in author Andrew Lane’s Young Sherlock Holmes novel series.
Oh good. I am currently reading “Death Cloud”. So there is actual character development and not just a mystery-of-the-week. This review is what I have been looking for. (I skimmed over the spoilery bits).
"Death Cloud" is really good so far. You can see where Sherlock Holmes will become the man we know from all the things that happens to him in the book. I hope this continues in the other books.
I’m so happy this showed up again. I will always reblog it.
As a college student you’re either struggling academically, financially, or emotionally. Or all three.
Hate to break it to you but
as an adult you’re either struggling academically, financially, or emotionally. Or all three.
Maybe not academically. Professionally? Replace academics with profession. Let me rephrase that.
As an adult you’re either struggling professionally, financially, or emotionally.
Or all three.