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I've watched the TV series Mike I agree with Nathan's comments. Different story with some common elements.

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Worth checking both BBC series and this book out. I watched A Study in Pink and loved the scene where Sherlock determines a person's alcoholism from a cell phone.

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The birth of a legend This is it Being the non-conformist rebel that I am, I started off bassackwards by reading The Valley of Fear and then The Adventure of the Final Problem because those were the two stories with Moriarty in them.

Btw, it still really chaffs my cheeks that Doyle wrote 56 short stories and 4 n The birth of a legend Btw, it still really chaffs my cheeks that Doyle wrote 56 short stories and 4 novels about Holmes and the arch-enemy appears in exactly TWO.

I know less is sometimes more but, come on Doyle, that is on the scrimpy side of weak. Anyway, I have now circled back and returned to the genesis of the Sherlockian mythos and begun with the tale that started it all.

Now, for those that have never read any of the Holmes mysteries, I have come to believe that your level of enjoyment of these stories will be directly proportional to your feelings toward Sherlock Holmes himself.

In addition, his plotting and pacing are excellent and I think mystery fans will appreciate both the content and structure of the central investigation and the procedural components of clue-gathering and interpretation.

These things all point towards a pleasurable experience, However, in the end, the most important barometer in gauging your level of happy will be your reaction to Holmes himself.

Holmes investigates Holmes figures it out Watson slobbers all over Holmes From a personality standpoint, one of my buddies here on GR said it best Part of that appeal is precisely because he is such a prickish turd in the social skill department.

However it his mental faculties, the trait he is best known for, that makes him so intriguing. Yes, he is brilliant. However, that is not the end of the story Paul Harvey because it is a unique and very specialized kind of brilliance.

Holmes knows the details, and I mean details, of every major crime to have been perpetrated in Europe and possibly beyond over the last years.

However, as is divulged in this story, Holmes also has no idea that the Earth travels around the sun. Holmes explains to Watson thusly: I consider that a man's brain originally is like a little empty attic, and you have to stock it with such furniture as you choose.

A fool takes in all the lumber of every sort that he comes across, so that the knowledge which might be useful to him gets crowded out, or at best is jumbled up with a lot of other things so that he has a difficulty in laying his hands upon it.

Now the skillful workman is very careful indeed as to what he takes into his brain-attic. He will have nothing but the tools which may help him in doing his work, but of these he has a large assortment, and all in the most perfect order.

It is a mistake to think that that little room has elastic walls and can distend to any extent. Depend upon it there comes a time when for every addition of knowledge you forget something that you knew before.

It is of the highest importance, therefore, not to have useless facts elbowing out the useful ones. This just struck me as particularly awesome from a story perspective.

Additionally, he solves crimes not because of a perceived duty, but merely because it is the only thing that keeps the boredom of life away.

Finally, I also see Holmes as a tragic figure. He is a sad, lonely and devoid of any lasting sense of contentment or pleasure.

While alive and invigorated when the game is afoot, most of his time is spent as a mere husk of a man with no feeling of day-to-day happiness.

All of this makes Holmes an extraordinarily compelling figure to me and one I hope to spend a lot more time reading about. While I did not enjoy this as much as The Adventure of the Final Problem my favorite so far , I was still glued to the page watching Holmes maneuver through his scenes and really enjoyed the flashback portion set in America.

I look forward to many more of his adventures. View all 55 comments. Arthur Conan Doyle 's first Sherlock Holmes novel is utterly unimpressive.

In short, the book starts like this: and mid-way turns into this: And I am not even joking. The novel begins with Holmes and Watson meeting, moving into their Baker Street apartment and then investigating a murder of a man found in an abandoned house.

At the half point, however, the story completely changes its course and becomes the most awkward introduction of the murderer's back story and motives involving Mormons, polyga Arthur Conan Doyle 's first Sherlock Holmes novel is utterly unimpressive.

At the half point, however, the story completely changes its course and becomes the most awkward introduction of the murderer's back story and motives involving Mormons, polygamy, violence, money, and Brigham Young.

The structure of The Study in Scarlet is utterly bizarre. But let's not linger on the bad. This is an absolutely delightful modernized take on the old characters and it offers a much better version of Arthur Conan Doyle 's dreadful story.

So, check it out. View all 88 comments. Sherlock Holmes and the case of the Killer Mormons! But more about that later I mean, this is one of the most important meetings in the history of all literature!

Come on, people! Get excited! It's only fair to mention that I've read and reread all of these stories a bjillion times, and these are by far my favorite classic characters.

And, just to be clear, I loved him before he was all sexified. Ok, so Watson is back from the war he basically just got trounced on and then came home , and has wasted all of his money is running low on funds.

Luckily, he runs into an old pal from school, who just happens to know of this guy who's looking for a roommate.

Alright, as far as the mystery goes, it's just Sherlock running around sniffing things, implausibly being able to identify cigar ash, and tracing the movement of criminals using day-old tromped on footprints.

Given what we know about forensic evidence now, is any of this, in any small way , even remotely believable?

Can Sherlock actually deduct the answer to this mystery from horse tracks, a dead man's bad breath, and a plain wedding band?

You're goddamn right, he can! Now, I'm fully prepared to admit that I had forgotten about the Mormon Connection. I haven't read this one years , mostly because I prefer the short stories.

But, to uncover the reasons behind the killings, Doyle takes us on a journey to the wilds of America! Specifically, Utah.

Land of the Magic Underwear! This was where the tale of one man's thirst for vengeance was born. And it's all Brigham Young's fault.

He was eeeeeeevil! I'm assuming that Mormonism like most religions has its share of shady skeleton's in the closet. Now, I don't claim to be an expert on these guys.

All I know about that religion is what I've seen on tv or read in books, and it's not much. They wear special underwear. They can't watch R-rated movies.

And they used to go door-to-door, until the Jehovah's Witness got to be too much competition. There's something else I'm forgetting though What is it?

It's right there on the tip of my tongue. Is it that they write best selling novels about sparkly vampires?

No, there was something that looked like a big pink elephant I remember! Well, from what I can tell, the only Mormons who practice polygamy now are fringe groups that are more or less shunned by their peers.

And while I'm not on board with any religion, I doubt that this one is much weirder than most, at this point anyway. Plus, at least most Mormons seem to be pretty educated and well-off.

It's not like Salt Lake City is one huge trailer park filled with toothless hillbillies. And bonus!

Or so I thought! Now that I've read this, I'm going to have to rethink my plan to move west! Who knew these guys were so devious!?

Kidnapping, forced marriage, murder, and secret bird calls!? Was this really a five star book? Fuck, no. But it's my favorite character's first book, and I enjoyed the hell out of it.

Buddy read with my Non-Crunchy Friends! View all comments. Written in , the story marks the first appearance of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson, who would become two of the most famous characters in popular fiction.

The book's title derives from a speech given by Holmes, a consulting detective, to his friend and chronicler Watson on the nature of his work, in which he describes the story's murder investigati A Study in Scarlet Sherlock Holmes, 1 , Arthur Conan Doyle A Study in Scarlet is an detective novel by British author Arthur Conan Doyle.

The book's title derives from a speech given by Holmes, a consulting detective, to his friend and chronicler Watson on the nature of his work, in which he describes the story's murder investigation as his "study in scarlet": "There's the scarlet thread of murder running through the colourless skein of life, and our duty is to unravel it, and isolate it, and expose every inch of it.

View 2 comments. This nifty novel really a novella the first Sherlock Holmes book written in , is rather strange since it is set both in the culture, of brimming Victorian London, , and the dry , very hot desolate deserts of the savage wastelands of Utah, , nothing here Or even part of the United States, since technically still Mexican territory , neglected by them and ruled by the Ute Indians The almost forgotten war between the U.

Changed the status , the news surprised the Mormons who had fled persecution , seeking freedom, for their weird belief in polygamy which men loved but caused momentous trouble , in the American Midwest.

Angry crowds killed many Mormons, including their founder , Joseph Smith, and escape was now impossible they thought The plot begins when the new Mormon prophet Brigham Young, soon to have 55 wives, leading the first 2,ooo Mormons to the promise land, an exodus of 1, miles Back to Mr.

Holmes and Dr. Watson pardon the history lesson but it is quite important for understanding this great book.

The actual narrative starts with young Dr. John Watson returning from the horrendous second British- Afghan war Wounded, nearly fatally, then let go from the army , trying to recover his health and spirits , save money too, he rents a room at b Baker street Obviously exceptionally brilliant but keeps to himself.

NOT a medical man, yet knows much about medicine Then Scotland Yard contacts Holmes , asking for help with a murder investigation The very different stories , unite masterfully at last , in faraway England Americans in London start being killed for no apparent reason This will give readers a nice taste View all 4 comments.

The Game is on! John Watson, are introduced to the audience in their first case together. It wasn't an instantenous success, but gladly it was appreciated soon enough to the point that when the author, Sir Arhur Conan Doyle, wanted to "kill" the character, not only their loyal fans wrote letters against the decision something unheard at those times for not saying that even people in The Game is on!

It wasn't an instantenous success, but gladly it was appreciated soon enough to the point that when the author, Sir Arhur Conan Doyle, wanted to "kill" the character, not only their loyal fans wrote letters against the decision something unheard at those times for not saying that even people in London were seeing wearing mourning black bands showing respect to the "death" of the character, that Sir Arthur Conan Doyle finally "resurrect" the character writing even more adventures.

But everything began here John Watson got injured in war, and when he got back to London, he isn't able to afford a decent apartment on his scarse pension, so he is introduced to a peculiar man who is a "consultant detective", the first and only in the world, that not only private detectives consulted him but even the very Scotland Yard was resigned that Holmes' help was needed, for not saying crucial to solve impossible crimes.

While this case, maybe wasn't that astounding, it is quite astonishing at the speed that Holmes is able to solve it, thanks to his uncanning deduction skills.

I think that the middle section where the culprit explained his background and the reasons to commit the murders, could be exposed in a less extended way, but still, it was the first story, so I am able to forgive this kinda of a deviation of the main storyline.

In this first novel, you met along with Holmes and Watson, also the Detective Inspector Lestrade, and the Baker Street Irregulars which are vital for the search for people and clues to Holmes.

A literary legend was born here. View all 14 comments. But I can honestly say that I was not prepared for the last half of this tiny book.

And I loved seeing the Baker Street apartment and I loved the mysteries, too. Mormons and polygamy? Questionable child care?

Gross words describing Native people? What the hell did I stumble into? But I guess we needed to know the murderer from part one's back story?

I am so damn confused, but yikes. Overall, this was a wild ride, but I am happy that I went on it. Especially since this original material left me feeling very underwhelmed.

View all 6 comments. So, what happened was.. I was not surprised and neither did I curse the publishers. As I was ill-prepared for reading, this resulted in me being not disappointed like I was supposed to be.

I couldn't loathe it because it was equally good. Jefferson Hope, the murderer of But I did, so atleast I got some expression right.

You see, I was not aware of such shortcomings and issues so I enjoyed it a bit more than I should have. And I mean no Okay, what the hell am I going to write for this review without writing spoilers, because everything turns out to be a spoiler.

This is hard. Maybe, I should include this line, for this is best: I consider that a man's brain originally is like a little empty attic, and you have to stock it with such furniture as you choose.

No, I should not, since almost every reviewer has used this line. So I am not going to write it in my review too and lengthen it unnecessarily, I will skip this.

This is going to be damn hard, I can't find a single thing to write about. And what should I write about Sherlock Holmes?

I should also write something like that. Like, Sherlock Holmes is douchebag. But almost every review says same thing. No, I must write something!

Maybe, I should review others' reviews and in this process the book will also be reviewed. This sounds like good idea, but may be offensive.

So I should mention in my review at last that: I mean no harm disrespect, I just happen to love Sherlock Holmes.

View all 30 comments. First group-read for the intact official Non-Crunchy-Sans Pants- for no reason that I can figure out NON pants wearing GRs classic reading group.

To be perfectly honest- I remembered the title Whether it is my memory A LOT. Thus starting a friendship and working relationship that will most definitely be a formidable pairing.

Plot: [image error] Scotland Yard detective Gregson asks Holmes to assist him in solving a recently committed crime They travel to an empty house in a London- and there they observe a crime scene that includes: cab prints in the street Need I say more?

Mysteries are my go to palette cleanser in between denser reads. I have a few go to series, but as my current contemporary series may be winding down, I am always on the lookout for mysteries both old and new.

Even though the phrase "elementary, my dear Watson," has become part of the vernacular, I have never read a single Sherlock Holmes story.

Looking to alleviate that, I decided to encounter Holmes and Watson when they first met in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's first novella, A Study in Scarlet, c Mysteries are my go to palette cleanser in between denser reads.

Complete with color engravings by Gus Grimsly, I immersed myself in a period piece written at the dawn of the golden age of mysteries and settled in for a fun ride.

John Watson was returning to London from his service in the British army after being stationed in Afghanistan. Looking for someone to split rent with, a mutual friend suggested a scientist and amateur detective who he thought Watson might be compatible with.

Meeting at a university science lab, Watson first encountered Sherlock Holmes as he investigated the properties of blood in water.

Holmes deemed Watson someone who he could live comfortably with and the partnership at B Baker Street began. As the two men kept different hours while Holmes dabbled in both his detective work and science experiments, Watson and Holmes had little contact in the early days of their living arrangement.

Watson had little idea that Holmes was even a sleuth, that is until the day a letter arrived asking for Holmes' assistance on a case, which Holmes insisted that Watson accompany him for.

The most famous of detective duos had embarked on their first case. As in many modern detective stories featuring private investigators, Sherlock Holmes solved the mystery before the police detectives even began to suspect whodunit.

Also similar to the modern cases I have read, the police receive all of the credit for solving the mystery even though it is Holmes who comes through in record time.

In this case, Holmes' record as a scientist is linked to two murdered bodies with the word Rache written in blood on the wall above their corpses.

The police immediately believe that the suspect attempted to write Rachel only to run out of blood, throwing them off the trail.

Holmes points out, much to Watson's bewilderment as well, that rache signifies revenge in German. What is the revenge that the murderer is seeking?

Only Sherlock Holmes is capable of finding this out. Doyle's novella takes readers to the old west as he tells a backstory in the second half of this novella.

In historical fiction focusing on the formation of the Mormon community in what is now Salt Lake City, Utah, Doyle paints his picture of religion, love, and later revenge.

This story is augmented by Grimsley's engravings and black-and-white illustrations, which show the period of both s Utah and s London.

I was captivated by the graphics as I had never encountered Holmes or Watson before and was curious as to how they were depicted on paper.

The mystery itself is compelling as Doyle's tale moves across thirty years and two continents in a case that finally reaches its apex in London.

Holmes scientific background and deduction skills come into play, and it was refreshing to read a mystery that takes place at a time when detectives had to do all of the sleuthing themselves without the aid of gadgets.

Leaving the police baffled, it is obvious throughout that Sherlock Holmes is meant to be one eccentric yet intelligent sleuth.

As this is the first of many Holmes and Watson stories, Doyle is first introducing his cast of characters and does not give readers the full spectrum of the Holmes and Watson partnership.

Yet, this novella was compelling enough that I have a feeling that this will not be the last time that I visit B Baker Street. Hopefully, in the next story I read, I will even be fortunate to hear Holmes utter the famous words, "elementary, my dear Watson.

View all 13 comments. Halfway the locale turns exotic--Holmes already knows who the culprit is--and, fittingly, the motive is but half the story!

What a feeling of pervasive excitement the mid 19th century had with these cerebral, albeit universal, yarns of suspense.

Nov 20, J. The scenes, especially in part 1 are ones we've seen interpreted in shows like BBC's Sherlock, but it's definitely enjoyable to read about as well as watch how it all started.

In my mind, this book is most compelling for bringing Holmes and Watson together and for making Watson the chronicler and foil of Holmes' amazing deductions.

Doyle makes Holmes every bit as interesting as the cases he solves probably a reason for his continued success. Holmes isn't motivated by some moral duty to find the bad guy.

For him, crimes are puzzles for his intellect, a way to combat boredom. This is something we've seen in earlier detectives like Edgar Allan Poe's Dupin.

While the first part here has the traditional London backdrop, the second part is a flashback which transports us to a frontier Utah.

These seemingly disparate sections work well together and make for a compelling story. The steady and reliable narrator, Dr. Watson takes measure of Holmes: Although the illustration below belies it, the producers of the TV show pretty much took the first time Holmes and Watson encounter a dead body and lovingly re-produced it almost to the letter.

For a little over a hundred pages, this took a lot longer to plow through than I would have initially thought. Recommended for those who have an interest in knowing where the legend began and for Sherlock completists.

This was a buddy read with a bunch of non-crunchy folks who like to read whilst pants free. View all 24 comments. This was a reread.

I have read this book many times. It still holds up well. Sherlock Holmes is here, intact, unchanged, canon. Both Lestrade and Watson are a foil to Sherlock's genius.

I liked reliving the case and its unraveling. It was a nicety to concentrate on the serious side but also the humor.

Books like this always hold up. The prose is so modern sounding. Books that came after ASiS, are sometimes so outdated. But not here.

Sherlock's various incarnations - I wouldn't say pale in c This was a reread. Sherlock's various incarnations - I wouldn't say pale in comparison - but they make me yearn for reading Doyle's masterpiece.

Shelves: scottish-author , published , classics , fiction , mystery , he-says , traditionally-published. Gregson and Lestrade had watched the maneuvers of their amateur companion with considerable curiosity and some contempt.

They evidently failed to appreciate the fact, which I had begun to realize, that Sherlock Holmes's smallest actions were all directed towards some definite and practical end.

This is the first Sherlock Holmes story, a novel which introduces the now legendary detecting team of Sherlock Holmes and Dr.

Watson is looking for a roommate and is introduced to Holmes with some Gregson and Lestrade had watched the maneuvers of their amateur companion with considerable curiosity and some contempt.

Watson is looking for a roommate and is introduced to Holmes with some warnings. I could imagine his giving a friend a little pinch of the latest vegetable alkaloid, not out of malevolence, you understand, but simply out of a spirit of inquiry in order to have an accurate idea of the effects.

To do him justice, I think he would take it himself with the same readiness. He appears to have a passion for definite and exact knowledge.

This isn't my first, second, or even third time reading this book. Parts of it are etched on my brain, never to be erased.

A fool takes in all the lumber of every sort that he comes across, so that the knowledge which might be useful to him gets crowded out, or at best is jumbled up with a lot of other things, so that he has a difficulty in laying his hands upon it.

But the passage stays with me, and is often discussed amongst my friends and family. This is probably the most memorable passage in the book for me, at least.

Holmes is rather self-sufficient and self-contained, but in no way is he a cold, callous, rude or even distant man. I dislike when he's portrayed as emotionless or cruel, because even in this first story he's obviously not an anti-social creature.

When he meets Watson he is a bit anxious that his violin playing will disturb him. Later, to make up for all his meandering here and there on the violin, without shape or form - he plays beautiful and famous pieces for Watson in order to please him.

And he thrives on Watson's wide-eyed awe of him and his innate trust in Sherlock's abilities. My companion flushed up with pleasure at my words, and the earnest way in which I uttered them.

I had already observed that he was as sensitive to flattery on the score of his art as any girl could be of her beauty.

This adoration of Watson somewhat makes up for Holmes the bitterness and rancor he feels on not getting the credit he is due for solving the police's more difficult cases.

The book is really divided up into two parts, and the first part is the more enjoyable part. In the first part, Watson and Holmes meet, slowly get acquainted and suss each other out.

Then eventually Holmes's profession is revealed, and the fun starts when a man is found murdered in an empty house. The police are stumped and come to Holmes for help.

And Holmes wants Watson along for the ride. The second part is more uncomfortable due to the extreme battering of Mormons and Mormon religion.

Mormons are portrayed as evil rapists and slavers. If you are upset by this portrayal, this book might be very painful for you to read.

Not to say that the first part is free and clear. For instance, when Watson sees the body of the murdered man, he remarks: "So sinister was the impression which that face had produced upon me that I found it difficult to feel anything but gratitude for him who had removed its owner from the world.

Judging a person - a person who was murdered, terrified and alone! However, this was a common literary trope back then and unfortunately still is today.

Ugliness, disability, and deformities are often shown as "signs" and "proof" of a person's deviance and malevolence. This book focuses on a revenge plot, and there are some great quotes about vengeance in here.

Tl;dr - A classic, and for a good reason. Who wouldn't enjoy seeing the world's most famous detective solve his first case with Dr.

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Atlantische Erinnerungen. Wie finde ich in meine Kraft No, there was something that looked like a big pink elephant I remember! Well, from what I can tell, the only Mormons who practice polygamy now are fringe groups that are more or less shunned by their peers.

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Plus, at least most Mormons seem to be pretty educated and well-off. It's not like Salt Lake City is one huge trailer park filled with toothless hillbillies.

And bonus! Or so I thought! Now that I've read this, I'm going to have to rethink my plan to move west!

Who knew these guys were so devious!? Kidnapping, forced marriage, murder, and secret bird calls!? Was this really a five star book?

Fuck, no. But it's my favorite character's first book, and I enjoyed the hell out of it. Buddy read with my Non-Crunchy Friends! View all comments.

Written in , the story marks the first appearance of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson, who would become two of the most famous characters in popular fiction.

The book's title derives from a speech given by Holmes, a consulting detective, to his friend and chronicler Watson on the nature of his work, in which he describes the story's murder investigati A Study in Scarlet Sherlock Holmes, 1 , Arthur Conan Doyle A Study in Scarlet is an detective novel by British author Arthur Conan Doyle.

The book's title derives from a speech given by Holmes, a consulting detective, to his friend and chronicler Watson on the nature of his work, in which he describes the story's murder investigation as his "study in scarlet": "There's the scarlet thread of murder running through the colourless skein of life, and our duty is to unravel it, and isolate it, and expose every inch of it.

View 2 comments. This nifty novel really a novella the first Sherlock Holmes book written in , is rather strange since it is set both in the culture, of brimming Victorian London, , and the dry , very hot desolate deserts of the savage wastelands of Utah, , nothing here Or even part of the United States, since technically still Mexican territory , neglected by them and ruled by the Ute Indians The almost forgotten war between the U.

Changed the status , the news surprised the Mormons who had fled persecution , seeking freedom, for their weird belief in polygamy which men loved but caused momentous trouble , in the American Midwest.

Angry crowds killed many Mormons, including their founder , Joseph Smith, and escape was now impossible they thought The plot begins when the new Mormon prophet Brigham Young, soon to have 55 wives, leading the first 2,ooo Mormons to the promise land, an exodus of 1, miles Back to Mr.

Holmes and Dr. Watson pardon the history lesson but it is quite important for understanding this great book.

The actual narrative starts with young Dr. John Watson returning from the horrendous second British- Afghan war Wounded, nearly fatally, then let go from the army , trying to recover his health and spirits , save money too, he rents a room at b Baker street Obviously exceptionally brilliant but keeps to himself.

NOT a medical man, yet knows much about medicine Then Scotland Yard contacts Holmes , asking for help with a murder investigation The very different stories , unite masterfully at last , in faraway England Americans in London start being killed for no apparent reason This will give readers a nice taste View all 4 comments.

The Game is on! John Watson, are introduced to the audience in their first case together. It wasn't an instantenous success, but gladly it was appreciated soon enough to the point that when the author, Sir Arhur Conan Doyle, wanted to "kill" the character, not only their loyal fans wrote letters against the decision something unheard at those times for not saying that even people in The Game is on!

It wasn't an instantenous success, but gladly it was appreciated soon enough to the point that when the author, Sir Arhur Conan Doyle, wanted to "kill" the character, not only their loyal fans wrote letters against the decision something unheard at those times for not saying that even people in London were seeing wearing mourning black bands showing respect to the "death" of the character, that Sir Arthur Conan Doyle finally "resurrect" the character writing even more adventures.

But everything began here John Watson got injured in war, and when he got back to London, he isn't able to afford a decent apartment on his scarse pension, so he is introduced to a peculiar man who is a "consultant detective", the first and only in the world, that not only private detectives consulted him but even the very Scotland Yard was resigned that Holmes' help was needed, for not saying crucial to solve impossible crimes.

While this case, maybe wasn't that astounding, it is quite astonishing at the speed that Holmes is able to solve it, thanks to his uncanning deduction skills.

I think that the middle section where the culprit explained his background and the reasons to commit the murders, could be exposed in a less extended way, but still, it was the first story, so I am able to forgive this kinda of a deviation of the main storyline.

In this first novel, you met along with Holmes and Watson, also the Detective Inspector Lestrade, and the Baker Street Irregulars which are vital for the search for people and clues to Holmes.

A literary legend was born here. View all 14 comments. But I can honestly say that I was not prepared for the last half of this tiny book.

And I loved seeing the Baker Street apartment and I loved the mysteries, too. Mormons and polygamy? Questionable child care?

Gross words describing Native people? What the hell did I stumble into? But I guess we needed to know the murderer from part one's back story?

I am so damn confused, but yikes. Overall, this was a wild ride, but I am happy that I went on it. Especially since this original material left me feeling very underwhelmed.

View all 6 comments. So, what happened was.. I was not surprised and neither did I curse the publishers. As I was ill-prepared for reading, this resulted in me being not disappointed like I was supposed to be.

I couldn't loathe it because it was equally good. Jefferson Hope, the murderer of But I did, so atleast I got some expression right.

You see, I was not aware of such shortcomings and issues so I enjoyed it a bit more than I should have.

And I mean no Okay, what the hell am I going to write for this review without writing spoilers, because everything turns out to be a spoiler.

This is hard. Maybe, I should include this line, for this is best: I consider that a man's brain originally is like a little empty attic, and you have to stock it with such furniture as you choose.

No, I should not, since almost every reviewer has used this line. So I am not going to write it in my review too and lengthen it unnecessarily, I will skip this.

This is going to be damn hard, I can't find a single thing to write about. And what should I write about Sherlock Holmes? I should also write something like that.

Like, Sherlock Holmes is douchebag. But almost every review says same thing. No, I must write something! Maybe, I should review others' reviews and in this process the book will also be reviewed.

This sounds like good idea, but may be offensive. So I should mention in my review at last that: I mean no harm disrespect, I just happen to love Sherlock Holmes.

View all 30 comments. First group-read for the intact official Non-Crunchy-Sans Pants- for no reason that I can figure out NON pants wearing GRs classic reading group.

To be perfectly honest- I remembered the title Whether it is my memory A LOT. Thus starting a friendship and working relationship that will most definitely be a formidable pairing.

Plot: [image error] Scotland Yard detective Gregson asks Holmes to assist him in solving a recently committed crime They travel to an empty house in a London- and there they observe a crime scene that includes: cab prints in the street Need I say more?

Mysteries are my go to palette cleanser in between denser reads. I have a few go to series, but as my current contemporary series may be winding down, I am always on the lookout for mysteries both old and new.

Even though the phrase "elementary, my dear Watson," has become part of the vernacular, I have never read a single Sherlock Holmes story.

Looking to alleviate that, I decided to encounter Holmes and Watson when they first met in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's first novella, A Study in Scarlet, c Mysteries are my go to palette cleanser in between denser reads.

Complete with color engravings by Gus Grimsly, I immersed myself in a period piece written at the dawn of the golden age of mysteries and settled in for a fun ride.

John Watson was returning to London from his service in the British army after being stationed in Afghanistan.

Looking for someone to split rent with, a mutual friend suggested a scientist and amateur detective who he thought Watson might be compatible with.

Meeting at a university science lab, Watson first encountered Sherlock Holmes as he investigated the properties of blood in water.

Holmes deemed Watson someone who he could live comfortably with and the partnership at B Baker Street began.

As the two men kept different hours while Holmes dabbled in both his detective work and science experiments, Watson and Holmes had little contact in the early days of their living arrangement.

Watson had little idea that Holmes was even a sleuth, that is until the day a letter arrived asking for Holmes' assistance on a case, which Holmes insisted that Watson accompany him for.

The most famous of detective duos had embarked on their first case. As in many modern detective stories featuring private investigators, Sherlock Holmes solved the mystery before the police detectives even began to suspect whodunit.

Also similar to the modern cases I have read, the police receive all of the credit for solving the mystery even though it is Holmes who comes through in record time.

In this case, Holmes' record as a scientist is linked to two murdered bodies with the word Rache written in blood on the wall above their corpses.

The police immediately believe that the suspect attempted to write Rachel only to run out of blood, throwing them off the trail.

Holmes points out, much to Watson's bewilderment as well, that rache signifies revenge in German. What is the revenge that the murderer is seeking?

Only Sherlock Holmes is capable of finding this out. Doyle's novella takes readers to the old west as he tells a backstory in the second half of this novella.

In historical fiction focusing on the formation of the Mormon community in what is now Salt Lake City, Utah, Doyle paints his picture of religion, love, and later revenge.

This story is augmented by Grimsley's engravings and black-and-white illustrations, which show the period of both s Utah and s London.

I was captivated by the graphics as I had never encountered Holmes or Watson before and was curious as to how they were depicted on paper.

The mystery itself is compelling as Doyle's tale moves across thirty years and two continents in a case that finally reaches its apex in London.

Holmes scientific background and deduction skills come into play, and it was refreshing to read a mystery that takes place at a time when detectives had to do all of the sleuthing themselves without the aid of gadgets.

Leaving the police baffled, it is obvious throughout that Sherlock Holmes is meant to be one eccentric yet intelligent sleuth.

As this is the first of many Holmes and Watson stories, Doyle is first introducing his cast of characters and does not give readers the full spectrum of the Holmes and Watson partnership.

Yet, this novella was compelling enough that I have a feeling that this will not be the last time that I visit B Baker Street. Hopefully, in the next story I read, I will even be fortunate to hear Holmes utter the famous words, "elementary, my dear Watson.

View all 13 comments. Halfway the locale turns exotic--Holmes already knows who the culprit is--and, fittingly, the motive is but half the story!

What a feeling of pervasive excitement the mid 19th century had with these cerebral, albeit universal, yarns of suspense.

Nov 20, J. The scenes, especially in part 1 are ones we've seen interpreted in shows like BBC's Sherlock, but it's definitely enjoyable to read about as well as watch how it all started.

In my mind, this book is most compelling for bringing Holmes and Watson together and for making Watson the chronicler and foil of Holmes' amazing deductions.

Doyle makes Holmes every bit as interesting as the cases he solves probably a reason for his continued success. Holmes isn't motivated by some moral duty to find the bad guy.

For him, crimes are puzzles for his intellect, a way to combat boredom. This is something we've seen in earlier detectives like Edgar Allan Poe's Dupin.

While the first part here has the traditional London backdrop, the second part is a flashback which transports us to a frontier Utah. These seemingly disparate sections work well together and make for a compelling story.

The steady and reliable narrator, Dr. Watson takes measure of Holmes: Although the illustration below belies it, the producers of the TV show pretty much took the first time Holmes and Watson encounter a dead body and lovingly re-produced it almost to the letter.

For a little over a hundred pages, this took a lot longer to plow through than I would have initially thought. Recommended for those who have an interest in knowing where the legend began and for Sherlock completists.

This was a buddy read with a bunch of non-crunchy folks who like to read whilst pants free. View all 24 comments.

This was a reread. I have read this book many times. It still holds up well. Sherlock Holmes is here, intact, unchanged, canon. Both Lestrade and Watson are a foil to Sherlock's genius.

I liked reliving the case and its unraveling. It was a nicety to concentrate on the serious side but also the humor. Books like this always hold up.

The prose is so modern sounding. Books that came after ASiS, are sometimes so outdated. But not here. Sherlock's various incarnations - I wouldn't say pale in c This was a reread.

Sherlock's various incarnations - I wouldn't say pale in comparison - but they make me yearn for reading Doyle's masterpiece. Shelves: scottish-author , published , classics , fiction , mystery , he-says , traditionally-published.

Gregson and Lestrade had watched the maneuvers of their amateur companion with considerable curiosity and some contempt.

They evidently failed to appreciate the fact, which I had begun to realize, that Sherlock Holmes's smallest actions were all directed towards some definite and practical end.

This is the first Sherlock Holmes story, a novel which introduces the now legendary detecting team of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson is looking for a roommate and is introduced to Holmes with some Gregson and Lestrade had watched the maneuvers of their amateur companion with considerable curiosity and some contempt.

Watson is looking for a roommate and is introduced to Holmes with some warnings. I could imagine his giving a friend a little pinch of the latest vegetable alkaloid, not out of malevolence, you understand, but simply out of a spirit of inquiry in order to have an accurate idea of the effects.

To do him justice, I think he would take it himself with the same readiness. He appears to have a passion for definite and exact knowledge.

This isn't my first, second, or even third time reading this book. Parts of it are etched on my brain, never to be erased.

A fool takes in all the lumber of every sort that he comes across, so that the knowledge which might be useful to him gets crowded out, or at best is jumbled up with a lot of other things, so that he has a difficulty in laying his hands upon it.

But the passage stays with me, and is often discussed amongst my friends and family. This is probably the most memorable passage in the book for me, at least.

Holmes is rather self-sufficient and self-contained, but in no way is he a cold, callous, rude or even distant man. I dislike when he's portrayed as emotionless or cruel, because even in this first story he's obviously not an anti-social creature.

When he meets Watson he is a bit anxious that his violin playing will disturb him. Later, to make up for all his meandering here and there on the violin, without shape or form - he plays beautiful and famous pieces for Watson in order to please him.

And he thrives on Watson's wide-eyed awe of him and his innate trust in Sherlock's abilities. My companion flushed up with pleasure at my words, and the earnest way in which I uttered them.

I had already observed that he was as sensitive to flattery on the score of his art as any girl could be of her beauty. This adoration of Watson somewhat makes up for Holmes the bitterness and rancor he feels on not getting the credit he is due for solving the police's more difficult cases.

The book is really divided up into two parts, and the first part is the more enjoyable part. In the first part, Watson and Holmes meet, slowly get acquainted and suss each other out.

Then eventually Holmes's profession is revealed, and the fun starts when a man is found murdered in an empty house. The police are stumped and come to Holmes for help.

And Holmes wants Watson along for the ride. The second part is more uncomfortable due to the extreme battering of Mormons and Mormon religion.

Mormons are portrayed as evil rapists and slavers. If you are upset by this portrayal, this book might be very painful for you to read.

Not to say that the first part is free and clear. For instance, when Watson sees the body of the murdered man, he remarks: "So sinister was the impression which that face had produced upon me that I found it difficult to feel anything but gratitude for him who had removed its owner from the world.

Judging a person - a person who was murdered, terrified and alone! However, this was a common literary trope back then and unfortunately still is today.

Ugliness, disability, and deformities are often shown as "signs" and "proof" of a person's deviance and malevolence.

This book focuses on a revenge plot, and there are some great quotes about vengeance in here.

Tl;dr - A classic, and for a good reason. Who wouldn't enjoy seeing the world's most famous detective solve his first case with Dr.

Watson by his side? And unlike many classics, this is easy to read and fast paced. Besides a few slang terms no longer in effect, and one or two times I was reaching for my dictionary, this reading presented no problems at all.

Doyle possesses a straightforward and exciting writing style - he doesn't spend hours describing the scenery or make his characters talk in an affected way.

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