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Exit Sherlock Holmes Ever Wondered Just What Was The Relationship Between Holmes And Moriarty Why No One Has Ever Seen The Two Of Them Together Well, Here S Your Answer As Moriarty Himself Puts It We Are Closer Than Brothers And Further Apart Than Any Two Beings Can Be This Non Doyle Pastiche Continues The Sherlock Holmes Tradition As The Reader, Following Crumbs Left By Dr Watson In Bequest, Is Led To Sherlock S Brother Mycroft, Past 221B Baker Street, And Through The Enigmatic Diogenes Club To Ultimately View The Inevitable Showdown Between Holmes And Moriarty That Reveals Their True Identities And The Underlying Meaning Of Their Lifelong Duel.


10 thoughts on “Exit Sherlock Holmes

  1. says:

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  2. says:

    For about seven oryears, this book has collected dust on my bookshelf I acquired it in a lot with a dozen or so other pastiches, deliberately avoiding it as the premise hinted at a depressing ending Figuring since I made it through The Last Sherlock Holmes story relatively unscathed, decided it was high time to give this one ...


  3. says:

    An incredible load of crap and the reason why Robert Lee hall is not a household name Only worth reading so you can see how NOT to write a Holmes pastiche How do books this bad get published Did no one at the publishing house realize just how ridiculou...


  4. says:

    I read this when I was 9 or 10 It was my first introduction to Holmes pastiche, apart from the Young Sherlock Holmes film At the time I was impressed by what seemed to be a very accurate impression of Doyle s style and a re invention of the Holmes mythos that involved time travel an...


  5. says:

    I read this one in college and finally reread it I like it a lot 4.5 stars.It s early 1903 Holmes warns Watson that Moriarty has returned, and that Holmes is disappearing to work against him Before long, Watson starts probing what s going on and discovers he never really knew his friend why didn t Holmes mention that he and Moriarty look like twins Why did Holmes say so little about his family, except for Mycroft How exactly did he become so awesome I won t divulge the answers, but they w I read this one in college and finally reread it I like it a lot 4.5 stars.It s early 1903 Holmes warns Watson that Moriarty has returned, and that Holmes is disappearing to work against him Before long, Watson starts probing what s going o...


  6. says:

    The concept had the potential to be GREAT Sherlock Holmes was really an android This isn t a spoiler because that s not what the novelist gives us But it is certainly what we wanted I would have loved to see Watson gradually unveil Holmes true nature for us to see Holmes under the hood, android programming at work It would have been neat to see the android app...


  7. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I remember reading this as a kid, after a rash of reading several of the official canon of Holmes stories and being left just a little unsatisfied with the canon, that is And then I saw this book in a library, read some interesting blurbs on the cover, and figured, What the hell I can imagine that a good deal of people disliked the book, but I, for one, loved it It provided some interesting off the wall answers to some of the questions that you could pick up from reading the official Holme I remember reading this as a kid, after a rash of reading several of the official canon of Holmes stories and being left just a little unsatisfied with the canon, that is And then I saw this book in a library, read some interesting blurbs on the cover, and figured, What the hell I can imagine that a good deal of people disliked the book, but I, for one,...


  8. says:

    Not at all what I expected, to be quite honest Not that that s necessarily a bad thing sometimes surprise is good And that s the crux of this novelthe element of surprise that you don t see coming.Brief synopsis Sherlock Holmes meets again with his dear friend Dr John Watson, and explains to him that there is a great evil upon the land onceit seems that his archnemesis Professor Moriarty has returned To catch him and put him away once and for all, Holmes must convince the world Not at all what I expected, to be quite honest Not that that s necessarily a bad thing sometimes surprise is good And that s the crux of this novelthe element of surprise that you don t see coming.Brief synopsis Sherlock Holmes meets again with his dear friend Dr John Watson, and explains to him that there is a great evil upon the land onceit seems that his...


  9. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Well, it s about Holmes being a time traveler and traveling through back through time and ending up in Victorian London It s actually a bitcomplicated than that, but I think that s the basic gist It was, to some extent, worth the readin...


  10. says:

    Very rare that I encounter a pastiche Holmes novel that lives up to the spirit of the originals, especially one with a twist out of left field.But Robert Lee Hall s work is true to the master detective, and the writing is both enjoyable and follows closely the style of Doyle without erring on the side of either overwritten or tongue in cheek.No spoilers for this novel, set in the late 1800s for the most part or early ...