The Sign of the Four
Publish date: April 15th 2013
Publisher: Start Publishing LLC
Pages no: 117
Edition language: English
In this second Sherlock Holmes novel, Dr. Watson falls adorably in love and we discover that Holmes has to keep his busy brain stimulated with cocaine when he doesn’t have a mystery to work on. As Watson regards this habit with the same level of disapproval that in 2019 we might regard a tobacco or ...
I don't see me re-reading this in the future. It's not a bad book, just not compelling. Reading about Holmes going in deep with his cocaine addiction is not interesting. And Watson hoping the case they are looking into keeps Holmes engaged is not that interesting either. If anything, I would say thi...
I hadn't made up my mind about the Locked Room Mystery square until the last minute. For some of the other squares my choices were fairly long and I was looking forward to them, so I was glad to spot The Sign of the Four on the suggested list. The novel is included in The Works of A. Conan Doyle...
“No, no: I never guess. It is a shocking habit,—destructive to the logical faculty. I chose this one for my read by flashlight/candlelight square for two reason: first, it is short, and second, there is something fitting about reading Sherlock Holmes by candlelight. This was a reread. I've alway...
Skinuto pola zvezdice zbog plitko opisanog odnosa V. i Meri. Cela situacija deluje usiljeno i naglo. Tj. ili meni deluje, ili se u to vreme taj bracni posao tako zavrsavao.
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