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*Read Epub · The Greatest Adventures of Sherlock Homes â Sherlock Holmes is the greatest detective in all fiction, and his adventures are among the finest crime capers committed to the printed page In tale after tale of his exploits, Holmes applies his unique powers of deduction to bringing some of the most ingenious crooks, criminals, rogues, and rascals to justice Rightly regarded as the Great Detective, Holmes sees clues that others overlook, and displays skills at detection that are nearly as uncanny as they areelementaryThe Greatest Adventures of Sherlock Holmes collects forty eight classic tales, including the full length novels A Study in Scarlet, The sign of the Four, The Hound of the Baskervilles, and The Valley of Fear In addition, it features forty four short masterpieces of detective fiction, among them, The Speckled Band, A Scandal in Bohemia, His Last Bow, and The Final Problem The Greatest Adventures of Sherlock Holmes is your passport to B Baker Street, where Sherlock Holmes explores some of the most baffling crimes ever committed and where the game is always afoot Narrated by Holmes s sidekick, Doctor Watson, these stories invite you to match wits with one of the most logical minds in literature and to view the world before you as a multifaceted mystery waiting to be solved I can t believe I finally finish this, I feel so satisfied and with a sense of self accomplishment but at the same time I feel nostalgic cause I m going to certainly miss picking up this book every once in a while between books, I m surprised at how much I loved this, first classical that is actually is worth the read.Sherlock Holmes forever I really love Sherlock Homes stories, and this book contains some of his best adventures The best part to me however, is in the intoduction there is a short biography of the author, Doyle, and how he began writing the Sherlock Homes series Being a silly Anglophile, this book was such a pleasure for me At 939 pages I took my time and savored or should I say savoured every moment Conan Doyle painted such a vivid picture of the era that I might feel right at home with the rain, fog and the gas lights The antiquated language used was both hilarious and a challenge I do like that he chose to have the narration through Watson I did, however feel sorry for Watson when he would be excited about having solved a part of a mystery on Being a silly Anglophile, this book was such a pleasure for me At 939 pages I took my time and savored or should I say savoured every moment Conan Doyle painted such a vivid picture of the era that I might feel right at home with the rain, fog and the gas lights The antiquated language used was both hilarious and a challenge I do like that he chose to have the narration through Watson I did, however feel sorry for Watson when he would be excited about having solved a part of a mystery only to have Holmes patronize him and point out that he was completely wrong The character of Holmes is so complex and bizarre, both in his physical description and in his behaviors But it is fun seeing how he comes upon his aha moment That should be Hullo In the words of Holmes We must fall back upon the old axiom that when all other contingencies fail, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth The best edition I have read of Sherlock Holmes 939 pages of enjoyment.