The Disappearance of Edwin Drood Hired by Cloisterham choirmaster Jasper John to ascertain the fate of his nephew Edwin Drood Sherlock Holmes and his trusty Dr Watson set out to solve the mystery that Dickens began in his unfinishe

  • Title: The Disappearance of Edwin Drood
  • Author: Peter Rowland
  • ISBN: 9780312069537
  • Page: 447
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Hired by Cloisterham choirmaster Jasper John to ascertain the fate of his nephew, Edwin Drood, Sherlock Holmes and his trusty Dr Watson set out to solve the mystery that Dickens began in his unfinished The Mystery of Edwin Drood.

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    1. There are several "completions" around of Charles Dickens' unfinished The Mystery of Edwin Drood, perhaps the best known being that by Leon Garfield, and then there have been various novels that have used the surviving text as springboard for something else, such as Dan Simmons's impressive Drood and, my favourite, The D. Case; or The Truth about The Mystery of Edwin Drood by Carlo Fruttero and Franco Lucentini. Peter Rowland's novel uses a cunning and just allowable plot device to give Sherlock [...]

    2. There are two caveats regarding this book. The first is that is what might be called "Alternative Holmesiana," which is a delicate genre that few can do well. The second is that is also a part of that realm of fiction where unfinished works by great authors are, in some form, completed -- also a difficult task. That being said, the story is a satisfying what-if that makes for a cozy afternoon's pursuit.Rowland takes on the daunting task of attempting to make a whole story from Charles Dickens in [...]

    3. The fact I took so long to complete this novel should be some indication of how I felt about it. I give the author, Peter Rowland, a great deal of credit for taking a story written by Dicken's, and forming it into the style of Sherlock Holmes, and it was his ability to speak in the voice of Watson that I credit the author the most. I felt like I was reading a Sherlock Holmes story. That said, the comparison ends there. Unlike 99% of Sherlock Holmes' stories, this one takes place over the course [...]

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