The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes - The White Worm

The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes The White Worm Sherlock Holmes and his cousin Dr Henry Vernier travel to Whitby to investigate a curious case on behalf of a client He has fallen in love but a mysterious letter has warned him of the dangers of

  • Title: The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes - The White Worm
  • Author: Sam Siciliano
  • ISBN: 9781783295555
  • Page: 148
  • Format: Paperback
  • Sherlock Holmes and his cousin, Dr Henry Vernier, travel to Whitby, to investigate a curious case on behalf of a client He has fallen in love, but a mysterious letter has warned him of the dangers of such a romance The woman is said to be under a druidic curse, doomed to take the form of a gigantic snake Locals speak of a green glow in the woods at night, and a white apSherlock Holmes and his cousin, Dr Henry Vernier, travel to Whitby, to investigate a curious case on behalf of a client He has fallen in love, but a mysterious letter has warned him of the dangers of such a romance The woman is said to be under a druidic curse, doomed to take the form of a gigantic snake Locals speak of a green glow in the woods at night, and a white apparition amongst the trees Is there sorcery at work, or is a human hand behind the terrors of Diana s Grove

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    1. 42 WORD REVIEW:With the moratorium lifted and a massive readership in waiting, wannabe Sherlock Holmes writers the world over are trying to legitimise their fan fiction. Sadly, The White Worm reads nothing like Sir Arthur Conan Doyle in terms of style, content or characterisation.

    2. The book started a bit slowly for me, but once it picked up I did not put it down. I missedWatson, but found the cousin of Holmes to be a good substitute. The villain is evil and it was a very good ending. I would read another Holmes book by this author and plan to.

    3. Copy provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.I admit, I am a huge fan of Sherlock Holmes'adventures and was very pleased when I heard that there were some new books including him as a main character. This is my first Sam Siciliano's book, but definitely, won't be the last.This adventure of his starts with a visit from a client. A young man who is going to be married soon receives a letter as a warning for his future marriage. His fiance is a lovely charming young lady, but the [...]

    4. This is the fourth Further Adventures work by Sam Sicilano, all of which feature Sherlock with his cousin, Dr. Henry Vernier fighting crime. Like The Grimswell Curse and The Angel of the Opera, The White Worm is based on Victorian literature, in this case The Lair of the White Worm by Bram Stocker. I've always thought the strongest elements of Sicilano's works were his development of his own original characters, the Verniers and Violet Wheelwright.I was hoping that this work by Sicilano would be [...]

    5. I enjoyed the book, but found the mystery a little underwhelming. I didn't like the fact the murderer was relieved before the concluding moments and I found it quite an unsatisfactory result. Although the ending was sweet I found there to be moments of the novel that didn't really feel like Sherlock. For example the revealing the murderer quite early on, and also the plot was quite unresolved. For example, the white worm figure that appeared at night was not satisfactorily resolved or discovered [...]

    6. I'm always attracted to Sherlock Holmes stories, even those written by people other than Arthur Conan Doyle. This series of the Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes connects Holmes with another story, often another piece of literature or historical event. This particular novel sends Holmes and his cousin, not Watson, to the area near Whitby where a giant prehistoric white worm has been spotted. Inspired by a pretty silly Bram Stoker novel, the worm is actually an older term for a dragon or sea [...]

    7. If this was a regular book about a mystery in the English countryside I would give it a 3 stars. BUT, this is supposed to be a Sherlock Holmes adventure. There was no essence of the great detective in this book. It might have well been a story about "Bob and John going to the English countryside." It didn't even have John Watson in it. The Sherlock of this story didn't have any of his characteristic drive or arrogance. There was very little inductive reasoning or startling observations about oth [...]

    8. New Sherlock Holmes is better than no Sherlock Holmes and while not a bad story it did seem just to go on too long. Siciliano is a good writer and he does well in capturing the Holmes' mystique but it just seemed like the story went about 50 or 60 pages too long. A fun read and if you are a true Sherlock fan you should find it enjoyable, I just felt like there should have been a little more.

    9. I really enjoyed this book, I like how the author has Holmes cousin telling the story rather than having Watson being the one always telling the story. He gives a different look at Holmes, one that is total opposite way of looking at things. Holmes still applies all the logic and deductions of the Doyle the Holmes, but with a different understanding to Sherlock Holmes.

    10. Very good and fun read. It was a little weird not having Watson around and having his cousin Henry instead. The last chapter was a little weird explaining why the man didn't want to marry the woman but all in all I truly enjoyed this book and couldn't put it down once I stared.

    11. Fun read in The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Sherlock & Dr. Henry Vernier go to Whitby to investigate the legend of the white worm. Can they also bring together 2 young would-be lovers, who are being kept apart? (Own)

    12. This book was ok but didn't feel like Sherlock at all. The author also has an issue with Watson that they need to get over.

    13. Holmes meets his cousin Dr.Henry Vernier go Whitby on odd case to look for white worm.Buts more Jane Eyre & Wuthering Heights dark & creepy.Its even got lunitic.

    14. I enjoyed this book very much. It set the character of Sherlock very similar to the original stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. At first I was unsure about the 'Henry' character instead of John Watson, but Henry was so well written I found it hard not to find his presence in the story quite pleasant. Lastly, I found the ending of the book not shocking, but surprising, which was very nice because I don't like mysteries that end in predictable ways.

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