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review 2017-09-16 00:00
El señor del crimen: Sherlock, Lupin y yo 10
El señor del crimen: Sherlock, Lupin y y... El señor del crimen: Sherlock, Lupin y yo 10 - Irene Adler,Miguel García Great book that introduces one of the most famous villains. We also see that the three main characters - Sherlock Holmes, Arsène Lupin and Irene Adler - are getting older and that they're starting to slowly become the characters that we know they will become.

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review 2017-02-09 00:00
Crimen en la cacería del zorro
Crimen en la cacería del zorro - Irene A... Crimen en la cacería del zorro - Irene Adler,Miguel García,Iacopo Bruno The book wasn't bad, but it was the worst of the series so far. The problem is that the whole investigation doesn't lead anywhere until the very end. In fact, the culprit is revealed to be the culprit in the last 20 pages and only then it is explained how one of the main characters found out everything. Also, there's one detail about one of the secondary characters that is extremely obvious, but Irene, Sherlock and Arsène don't realise it until the end. They should have at least suspected it much sooner.
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review 2016-07-11 00:00
La esfinge de Hyde Park
La esfinge de Hyde Park - Irene Adler,Mi... La esfinge de Hyde Park - Irene Adler,Miguel García The best of all this series so far.

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review 2016-07-10 00:00
El enigma de la cobra real
El enigma de la cobra real - Irene Adler... El enigma de la cobra real - Irene Adler,Miguel García,Iacopo Bruno 3.5 stars

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review 2015-09-13 00:00
Las sombras del Sena
Las sombras del Sena - Irene Adler Las sombras del Sena - Irene Adler I didn't find the mystery particularly interesting. However, there are things hinted in this book that are much more mysterious than the case that the three friends (or four, as Horace decides to help them instead of trying to stop them) solve. Horace's identity is the most interesting. We don't get all the information about him, although I hope that the next book sheds some more light on this character, but it becomes clear that he is more than just some man who works for the Adlers.

Even though the case is not very engaging, this book has a much more mature feeling than the previous five, especially towards the end, when the three teenagers realise that the case may be a bit too much for their age.

It is a book worth reading if you like this series, but don't expect something extraordinary.
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