I would love another book by this author. However this one isn't that. This is "Young Sherlock Holmes: The Red Leech" with a different name. Both stories are great, they are just the same story, not two different ones. So, buy one, buy the other, but don't buy both.
I have listened to this wonderful piece several times. It always makes me laugh, and it reminds me that patience and children are not always busom buddies. There is more truth in this little outing about how hard it can be to be a parent, and a wealth of knowing you are not alone. This path has been travelled by parents since bedtime was invented.
Listen, laugh, then hug those kids. Remember this too shall pass, and one day you may want it back. Fortunately we have this wonderful piece to help us see humor in in those wee hours.
I foung it quite entertaining, and engaging. I was very concerned to find out it's the same story as "Rebel Fire" by the same author, especially since I was impressed enough by this story and it's predecessor, "Death Cloud" to purchace that version as well. I'm not a young reader, unless you call 60+ young, but as a lofelong Holmes fan, I'm delighted with Andrew Lane's stories. They are well-written, full of great descriptions and lots of adventures.
The ability of young Sherlock to find his way out of trouble, just as interestingly as he finds his way into it.
No, but I will look for him in the future.
Just remember, "Rebel Fire" and this book are the same story, they just have different readers.
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