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Eye of the Crow (Boy Sherlock Holmes Series #1)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 28, 2014

    New look at Sherlock Holmes- book 1

    This is a new angle of S. Holmes's life. Good mystery and action without terrible violence or bad language. ( There is slight description of fighting and self defense.)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 5, 2013

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    I like this book. Great start off to the series.

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  • Posted November 2, 2012

    Excellent Book in an Excellent Series

    Well done!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 1, 2012

    Awesome

    Awesome book man

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  • Posted April 27, 2011

    Read if you are a Sherlock Holmes Fan!

    This is a great read for any Sherlock Holmes fan. Yes, it is about him as a kid, but to me Shane Peacock got this one right on with Sir Arthur Conan Doyles style of writting about stories with Holmes in it. You meet a number of kids in the book who are adults in the Sherlock Holmes Adv. that I love. You also learn how he started to use disguises to hid and more into his family than Doyle ever got. Even if it is just 184 pgs. it's a great read! Especially those young adults that love mystery series.

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  • Posted May 18, 2010

    Eye of the Crow

    In the book The Eye of the Crow by Shane Peacock, teenage Sherlock Holmes begins his life as a detective. A murder has occurred in London on 1867, and Holmes wants to get to the bottom of it. Dreaming of a life much better than his own, Sherlock is living with a rejected mother and a Jewish father, whose true potential is concealed behind anti-Semitic prejudices. He is curious about the peculiar behavior of crows around the crime scene, and is sure something isn't right. It's a mystery that'll keep you on your toes and wanting to read on.
    The book was a very entertaining read with mystery and suspense building up page-by-page. It shows that social status should have no interference with actions, curiosities, and just the way someone lives their life. The book is generally aimed towards teenagers and all young adults. I would strongly recommend this book to all readers who are looking for a good mystery to solve and a puzzle to put together, even with some missing pieces.

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