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Sherlock: The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes - Arthur Conan Doyle

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Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Arthur Conan Doyle / Paperback / 336 Pages / Book is published 2011-10-27 by BBC Books

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      27.02.2012 20:44
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      a must so programme, fantastic and breath taking

      Sherlock Holmes a true inspiration, It really does make you believe that their are smart intelligent people out their. Its fascinating to dive into the life of a made up investigator and the crimes he solves on a daily basis purely for fun and enjoyment and to be able to boast about his ability to pick up on such simple gestures and turn them into impossible endings.
      Sherlock the BBC drama was broadcast last year, its like a more contemporary and younger version of the newest Sherlock Holmes films. Benedict Cumberbatch was the right man for the job, he has played very odd and insane male parts in several movies, The role of Sherlock would be perfect for him, Sherlock is a cold, intelligent and insane man who literally lives every day like its his last.
      Throughout both series of Sherlock Benedict and Martin Freeman have worked hard together to make a really realistic pairing, they have a great on screen relationship however Sherlock suggests he could live his life easily without friends just showing off and impressing others through his utter intelligence.
      Martin Freeman plays Doctor John Sherlock's accomplice and best friend. They have been through a lot together, Sherlock has also put John through some terrifying situations simply to resolve crimes.
      Sherlock could solve any crime sometimes just by looking at someone reading them like a book, and picturing previous events together. He was even able to translate embedded email codes into an english language in series 2.
      The best thing about the tv series was you could feel the chemistry between Watson and Holmes, their relationship grew stronger as the series went on, Sherlock always wanted to protect Watson even though he knew he could handle life as an inspector on his own. He could simply tell if someone was a smoker, how many children they had, what sexuality they where etc simply by looking out someone.
      As series 2 went on Sherlock became more vulnerable or at least appeared to be he managed to defeat Moriarty his arch enemy who tried to frame Sherlock for being a fraud and not the man he made out to be, however it all got to much for Sherlock's enemy who topped himself in the final episode with Sherlock, standing face to face on the roof of a London building he shot himself in the head.
      Sherlock then recieves a call from Watson his beloved best friend, he tells Watson to stay away from the building just so he can see him standing on the edge of the roof top, he leave a note on the phone apologising and trying to convince Watson he is a fraud.
      Sherlock puts the phone down and falls to his death!!...or does he? after all he isn't the fraud he is made out to be he's an utter genius and some how manages to fake his own death! defeating Moriarty but how does he live after all he appears at his own funeral alive!
      The creators of Sherlock are genius Benedict Cumberbatch is fantastic for the role a true inspiration which gives everyone hope, Watson and Benedict a perfect pairing a must see tv drama along with the Movie!


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