This extraordinary story unfolds in the dim streets of Victorian London's notorious East End. Poverty, squalor and crime fester and proliferate, blighting the lives of all who are unfortunate enough to dwell there. Yet, from within the gloom, shines a beacon of light: the light of human dignity. And, sometimes, righteousness, decency and justice win out.
In this dramatic play - out of the everlasting human conflict of good versus evil, various giants of their time, immortal beings, come into conflict. They form unlikely alliances, each presenting a differing prism of perception, different viewpoints of what is right and what is wrong; ultimately, what is Good and what is Evil.
What disappointed you about Sherlock Holmes: The Making of a Man?
The plot is dull, and the characters or situation is not in keeping with that of Sherlock Holmes. It's laborious and most of the story is not relevent to the simple plot.
What will your next listen be?
Did the narration match the pace of the story?
What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?
Anger that I wasted time listening to this. Dissapointnent that audible include this title as named.
Any additional comments?
Don't bother with this book if you enjoy Sherlock Holmes. Pure dissapointnent - total opposite to house of silk.
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