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review 2017-01-29 15:23
Warlock Holmes - A Study in Brimstone - G.L. Denning

Really enjoyed this. The characters were different, yet still holding a good deal of the characteristics that have endeared them to us from other versions. Love the mix of magic, it wasn't too overwhelming. Really excited for the next one

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text 2017-01-29 00:57
Reading progress update: I've read 288 out of 336 pages.
Warlock Holmes - A Study in Brimstone - G.L. Denning

" Not a proper monster."

"No?" Said Holmes; he looked determined.

"It is only a figure of speech. I mean that I presume him to be a normal man whose behavior is abominable. I say this to you now, because I don't want you to sulk if it turns out he isn't a minotaur or something."

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text 2017-01-28 23:41
Reading progress update: I've read 229 out of 336 pages.
Warlock Holmes - A Study in Brimstone - G.L. Denning

"Out of the way, Watson! It must look like an accident! It must appear as if Lanner has carelessly slipped and impaled himself while shower!"

"In the living room? Fully clothed, in front of a witness?" I hissed. "Holmes, nobody will ever believe such an act to be accidental."

"No, they won't" Lestrade agreed, with a snarl, "but I just need to stab that little bastard, right in the face."

 

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text 2017-01-28 22:28
Reading progress update: I've read 223 out of 336 pages.
Warlock Holmes - A Study in Brimstone - G.L. Denning

"Despite the box of ears, it seemed Miss Cushing still found Torg's company preferable to Lanner's. Despite the box of ears."

 

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text 2017-01-28 16:12
Reading progress update: I've read 186 out of 336 pages.
Warlock Holmes - A Study in Brimstone - G.L. Denning

"Holmes returned his gaze to the world outside the carriage window. he had a particular love of windows and seemed always fascinated with what lay beyond them. He could stare for hours at the world presented by the pane, wondering if the things he saw were true or only a projection upon the glass, offered to deceive him."

 

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