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Warlock Holmes: The Hell-Hound of the Baskervilles

Narrated by: Robert Garson
Series: Warlock Holmes, Book 2
Length: 10 hrs and 45 mins
Categories: Fiction, Humour
4.5 out of 5 stars (92 ratings)

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Summary

Sherlock Holmes is an unparalleled genius. Warlock Holmes is an idiot. A font of arcane power, certainly. But he's brilliantly dim. Frankly, he couldn't deduce his way out of a paper bag.

The only thing he has really got going for him are the might of a thousand demons and his stalwart companion. Thankfully, Dr. Watson is always there to aid him through the treacherous shoals of Victorian propriety and save him from a gruesome death every now and again.

©2017 G. S. Denning (P)2017 Recorded Books Inc

Critic reviews

"A must for all those who like their Holmes on the wilder side." (George Mann, author of Sherlock Holmes: The Spirit Box)
"I laughed like a loon." (James Lovegrove New York Times best-selling author of The Age of Odin)

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top class

gutted it's over and I don't have the next book to listen to. It's that good. amazing book.

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amazing!

was very funny and narrated very well! enjoyed the similarity to the original sherlock holmes

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The game is a foot Whatssssa

Really fun and refreshing. Does not take itself too seriously. A rip roaring romp around Victorian London. Excellent narrator who brings the characters to life.

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  • 03-06-17

Sherlock Holmes will never be the same

What did you like most about Warlock Holmes: The Hell-Hound of the Baskervilles?

The geriatric Hell-Hound, the literal-minded demons, the usual shenanigans, the somewhat dim Holmes and as always; Watsons comments. And of course, the landlady.

What other book might you compare Warlock Holmes: The Hell-Hound of the Baskervilles to, and why?

Sherlock Holmes, but with demons and a fairly dim-witted Holmes. This is clearly a spoof on Sherlock Holmes, but a lot more entertaining.

Which scene did you most enjoy?

Any scene with Watson annoyed. Also trying to figure out which Sherlock Holmes story is being mangled (with added demons)

If you made a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?

If you have to, make an anime. A "normal" film can't do this justice.

Any additional comments?

And waiting for the next installment...

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Better than the original.

I have read the hound of the Baskerville's many times but this was better. Warlock Holmes is a wonderful character, complicated, compassionate and funny. All the characters are excellent, clever versions of their originals, as are the stories and the narrator is perfect.

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Awful<br />

very poor pastiche terrible narrator starts trying for a Canadian accent rapidly falls into a poor Scots one part way through a line. kept hoping it would improve sadly no. if it was meant to be funny it missed by a mile.

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Terrible

I tried to get through it but had to give up when Holmes snorted a walking cane from his nose. If you’re a fan of Sherlock Holmes is certainly one to avoid and ,even if you’re not, and simply a fan of fantasy fiction it’s still one to avoid. The poor narration simply added to it.

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