Lisa Reads: The Complete Sherlock Holmes – The Heirloom Collection

By: Arthur Conan Doyle

This was another L-O-N-G audiobook, 58 hours to be specific. It didn’t feel that long, though. It is a collection of short stories and novellas about the great detective. It looks like it contains most, if not all of of Sherlock Holmes works from the Victorian age into the 1920s. Most of them were like familiar old friends that I haven’t spent time with in a while. A few were more like new acquaintances, a couple of these felt kind of awkward.

There were several stories where Sherlock Holmes himself was the narrator. Nary a Dr. Watson in sight!

By the time I had finished the entire 58 hours, I was kind of tired of living in the Victorian/Edwardian mindset. Well I read it again? ABSOLUTELY yes. I put it on my cell phone for a while I am waiting in doctors’ offices…

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