The Adventures and the Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes Hardback
Part of the Sterling Unabridged Classics series
In this collection of 23 ingeniously plotted stories, no case is too big, too small, or too bizarre for Holmes the detective.
With his trusted and always admiring friend Dr Watson, at his side, they use their unique analytical gifts to confound every criminal and unravel every mystery.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 576 pages, Illustrations
- Publisher: Sterling Juvenile
- Publication Date: 01/10/2004
- Category: Classic
- ISBN: 9781402714535
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- Hardback from £25.95
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Review by benuathanasia
"The Yellow Face" Thus far, this is my favorite of the Sherlock Holmes short stories. It's wonderful to see Sherlock be wrong, for a change. It humanizes him. Yet, even being wrong, he delighted in the resolution in the case, rather than being resentful - a sign of humility. The ending was wonderful. I truly enjoyed it."The Stockbroker's Clerk" Meh. It just feels like a re-imaging of the Red-Headed League, to me."The Gloria Scott"Not as captivating as some of his other stories, but it was still an interesting peak into the mind of Sherlock Holmes."The Musgrave Ritual"Yay! I love it when I can solve the puzzle before the final reveal. At the same time, given how horrible I am at puzzles and mysteries, it makes me feel that this must have been lazily written if I could figure it out so readily."The Final Solution"Ummm...What the hell is this crap? There's no real build of story, no interesting events, and then it just <i>ends</i>. It's far too obviously how Doyle felt about Sherlock by this story.
Review by quiBee
I haven't read these since I was a teen. <br/><br/>Some of the stories still hold up very well.