Young Sherlock Holmes Series by Andy Lane
Young Sherlock Holmes 1: Death Cloud
Thanx for the review It is no secret that I am a big fan of Andrew Lane's Young Sherlock Holmes books, and my reviews of the first two in the series have been pretty glowing. With Black Ice Andrew Lane has surely begun to answer these critics, and in my opinion he has now developed the character enough in the previous two outings for this to be a realistic next step in the life of young Sherlock Holmes. Black Ice is still a classic adventure story it has to have these elemnts to appeal to today's young readers , but thanks to the tutelage of Amyus Crowe, our young hero is now in the position to use logic and deduction to draw his own conclusions when trying to get to the bottom of a mysterious event that could have a devastating effect on his family. However, Sherlock knows his brother well enough to find this incredulous, and with the assistance of Crowe he sets out to prove his brother innocent.
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No catches, no fine print just unconditional book loving for your children with their favourites saved to their own digital bookshelf. Elizabeth Laird.
Holmes, they were the footprints of a gigantic hound! Pick up their rooms. Put away their toys. Do their homework. Take a bath.