Published on November 26th, 2012 | by Damien0
Sherlock Holmes – The Hound of the Baskervilles
A family curse, a hound from hell and Sherlock Holmes!
The Hound of the Baskervilles, written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, is one Sherlock Holmes most famous cases.
Everybody knows the name Sherlock Holmes, and for good reason. Rarely in storytelling has a detective as clever and complicated as Sherlock taken a case, and his ability to logically reason hisway through nearly any situation has made him world-famous. His legacy is astonishing, covering a timeframe from 1880 to 1994, and appearing in four novels and 56 short stories, not to mention all
the various adaptations throughout the years!
Sherlock and his trusty partner Watson are a joy to spend time with as they step into a case and instantly their brains begin ticking, allowing the puzzle pieces to form. With The Complete Sherlock Holmes: All 4 Novels and 56 Short Stories collection, readers are treated to every single story involving the famous detective, giving you the chance to go through all the ups and downs with this wonderful character! It’s a collection
to be cherished forever, to share with your friends and family, and to read all over again.
If you don’t think you can handle such a massive amount of Sherlock, give one of the classic novels a try, Sherlock: The Hound of the Baskervilles. It’s the story of a dead man surrounded by a mystery; one of
an old family curse that foretells of a hound, sent from hell with ugly intentions for the Baskerville family. Enter Sherlock Holmes and the ever-faithful Watson, as they uncover clues and become dangerously close to the Baskerville family.
This story is a twisty one, full of surprises that will leave you desperate to read more. It is rightfully considered one of the classic Sherlock Holmes stories, and an excellent way to see why the famous detective is loved by so many. But be warned, Sherlock Holmes can be a little bit mature for some readers, so check with your parents if you’re not sure you’re ready for it!