I enjoyed how many different stories were all wrapped up in one book.
I can't really answer this question I think the main thing that stands out to me is how Sherlock snorted and even though he seemed like he was crazy and loosing his mind he was very intelligent.
They were all pretty awesome stories, all the scenes were great.
no there was not really any particular moment, every time Sherlock would tell how he solved the mysteries were the parts that I really enjoyed just to see if I noticed the same things that he noticed. I must admit on a few occasions I had some of the same questions or noticed the same things that he did.
I like the Sherlock Holmes movies and the book series is just as good I have to get the second book.
Very interested, wanted to continue and continue listening.
excellent set of stories, with each being about 45 minutes
I could not put this down. I forgot just how good Doyle's stories are and what a cool dude Holmes was. There is also something to be learned here and that is that "good investigative work" still trumps all the para-military stuff we do today.
The way he solves and the way he fiqured out the answers. The way they keep the stories moving
The lady fools Holmes
I would keep it like it is now
Charlton Griffin did such a great job with all the characters, I loved his voice! It was like listening to your grandfather, if he had an English accent.
I found myself sitting in the bathtub until it was cold because I didn't want to stop listening, and then I'd sneak my headphones into bed so I didn't disturb my husband while I finished a story. When listening to it in my car, I'd circle the block a few times or sit in the driveway to listen a bit longer. Heck, I even listened to it while grocery shopping. I love this book.
Overall, very well done. Some of the short stories are more compelling than others but enjoyable nonetheless.