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L'Instinct de l'équarrisseur : Vie et mort de Sherlock Holmes (2002)

by Thomas Day

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Sherlock Holmes and the Professor Watson are real human being in an alternate universe. Arthur Conan Doyle is helping them resolve mysteries in their world. The tricky part is to not reveal too much things about their life in his books.

The thing is that Sherlock is not so much a brilliant detective, that's still true but he so much more than that, like a commissioned killer for the queen. The public from our world can't know that about their favorite hero. As for Watson, he's not so much a physician but more a brilliant scientist who made possible space travel between our world with a few tweak here and there with the help of H. G. Wells.

Nikola Tesla, Albert Einstein and some other scientists could make an appearance but shh I don't want to spoil it for you :)

A little bit of exageration but well it does not detract from the fun.

Great steampunk ! ( )
  electrice | Nov 10, 2013 |
Mon billet sur le blog, en français: http://moncoinlecture.over-blog.com/article-l-instinct-de-l-equarrisseur-thomas-...

C'est un 3,5 étoiles, en fait, mais l'option n'existe pas. J'ai adoré ce que l'auteur a fait de Sherlock. Foisonnant, déjanté, certaines scènes sont épiques. Bref, j'ai aimé, même si j'ai eu du mal à accrocher à la seconde partie. ( )
  Moncoinlecture | Apr 4, 2013 |
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