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This book is all tied up with string. Found in lost papers in India by Jamyang here we have the missing years of Holmes set in India. May 04, Rein rated it it was ok. I quite liked the beginning of this book, as the author is really good at imitating the style of the Holmesian era and also of evoking the Indian colonial atmosphere - but somewhere in the middle of the book things start to go awfully wrong. Holmesian deductions and insights are replaced by something like an early Tsui Hark film don't get me wrong, I like early Tsui Hark films, I just don't see the point of inserting a Sherlock Holmes into them, unless you do it for a reason without even tryin I quite liked the beginning of this book, as the author is really good at imitating the style of the Holmesian era and also of evoking the Indian colonial atmosphere - but somewhere in the middle of the book things start to go awfully wrong.

Wherever the author is relying on works by others he admires, he does a fine job - but when he starts moving he pieces on the board himself, he proves to be unable to be quite up to the challenge. That said, the story has its twists and turns - quite a few of them unexpected, because nothing in the text has suggested their remotest possibility - and the voice of the main narrator does not falter in presenting the story even when the author does in making it believable.

All in all, not an achievement, but quite ok if you weren't expecting one. Dec 01, Bernie Gourley rated it it was ok. Ergo, any book that I finish and review has some redeeming qualities. I recently saw an addition that took Holmes to Japan. This particular work tells us that Holmes spent his time in the Himalayas.

Sherlock Holmes Universe

Kim was published during the Great Hiatus years. The story involves shadowy plots against both Holmes and a young 13th Dalai Lama this was the predecessor of the current Dalai Lama that are incidental to obtaining a powerful mandala. The author, Jamyang Norbu, clearly did his research, and there are some fascinating tidbits and insights into that era of South Asia history. As a Tibetan, Norbu, paints an intriguing travelogue of the territory that Holmes and Hurree traverse.

The author manages to create a bit of the feel of 19th century literature without falling off the abyss. Part of what keeps one reading and engaged is that it seems like the book could turn out well.

The Sherlock Holmes Universe

Let me begin with one minor character defect of the book which is that not all of the chapters advance the story; a few are descriptive like travelogues.

However, as with stories about Superman, these tales are exceedingly easy to do poorly and extremely difficult to do well. In the real world, tension is easily created because the reader knows many of the limits that characters face, and a good writer forces his characters up against some of those limits.

However, when characters seem to be limited by the laws of physics, but then just start pulling magic rabbits out of their hats, the tension drains. We assume our protagonist will prevail and the antagonist will be thwarted. If one wants to do the supernatural well, one needs to not only make the antagonist stronger which Mr.

The supernatural is usually something to be debunked in the Holmesian domain. While Norbu goes to great lengths to capture the flavor of Holmes in many aspects, he abandons the character altogether in favor a world that looks neither like our own nor the one Arthur Conan Doyle created. Apr 17, Rogue Reader rated it it was amazing Shelves: I'm delighted to report and embarrased to admit that it was Sibyl R with our Monday Night Mystery group who put the name to the game, and made me aware of the Sherlock Holmes pastiche , a genre of mystery that's a mashup of new fiction based on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's character and setting.

The Mandala of Sherlock Holmes is the tale of Hol I'm delighted to report and embarrased to admit that it was Sibyl R with our Monday Night Mystery group who put the name to the game, and made me aware of the Sherlock Holmes pastiche , a genre of mystery that's a mashup of new fiction based on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's character and setting.

Sep 26, Rozonda rated it it was amazing. It is only recently that people has started to realize that, being a "creature" of one of the most notorious spiritualists ever, Sherlock Holmes must have a spiritual side. People have been too busy with his brains and his heart or lack thereof and the orientation of his sexuality.

There is much more of Doyle in Sherlock than the author himself would have liked to admit- when he wrote to Joseph Bell to thank him for being the model for Holmes, the wise physician replied "Sherlock Holmes is you It is only recently that people has started to realize that, being a "creature" of one of the most notorious spiritualists ever, Sherlock Holmes must have a spiritual side.

There is much more of Doyle in Sherlock than the author himself would have liked to admit- when he wrote to Joseph Bell to thank him for being the model for Holmes, the wise physician replied "Sherlock Holmes is yourself and well you know it" Norbu bulids a story about the "lost" years of Holmes that shows us a new look on the detective- not as a reasoning machine,as many see him, but as a seeker for truth with lots of questions about himself and the world.

With another delightful literary character Hurree form Kipling's "Kim" as his Watson, historical facts and characters, and seasoned with a battle with Holmes' perpetual enemy, this pastiche is at the same time entertaining and deep-cutting.

An explanation of Holme's disappearance. He was a Tibetan Lama--still living. May 20, Tariq Mahmood rated it it was ok Shelves: The story was too predictable and Raj retro.

I found the attempts by the author to explain the Tibetan brand of Buddhism too difficult to understand. I also thought that the supernatural powers displayed by both Holmes and Professor Morriety too far fetched and fantastic and did not rhyme at all with Holmes established rational style of deductions.

By the end of the book I found I was skipping paragraphs without really missing out much. An interesting read for the first part ; especially the way Jamyang Norbu has recreated Homes seems very, very authentic.

Hurree as watson fits in well with the storyline initially. Somewhere mid-way, the story goes completely off the rails for me with its heavy mysticism.

The clear deductions, which are a Holmes hallmark, are no where to be seen. And this put me off. The story was ticking along fine until the introduction of the Dark One, at which point the entire story lost the essence of Sherlock Holmes. A really poor ending, to what had the potential to be a decent book.

I really enjoyed this. Shelock as it turns out didn't die in Riechenbach Falls. I was never particularly iterested in Tibet, Nepal or the Himmalayas before, but this book took me there and I really enjoyed the trip. It is an able tale in the continuation of Doyle's Sherlock Holmes. Oct 02, Shobha rated it it was amazing.

Love the book. The colonial love of a Bengali babu towards the imperialists, portrayal of India during the Raj, the writing style, everything about this book charms me. I've read and re-read and re-read it a hundred times so far. Mar 19, Lesley rated it really liked it. I'm not sure it entirely lives up to the promise of the idea: The denouement, perhaps, evokes Rider Haggard. But still, very enjoyable. This was one of the better patische's Ive read.

If you like Sherlock Holmes, then its a must-read! Feb 25, Mila rated it really liked it Shelves: It's Holmes, it's a great pastiche and it's Holmes!

Hurree goes off with Holmes on an adventure full of mystery, intrigue, Tibetan mysticism and more. As they travel through forbidden Tibet, the country's beautiful lands and terrain is beautifully described.

Some reviewers commented the Holmes protagonist was not "true" to his character. As I have not read any of the Holmes mysteries in years, I cannot say whether it is true or not.. Only I read this book as a separate entity.

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I enjoyed this novel because it showed me a country and people complete Hurree goes off with Holmes on an adventure full of mystery, intrigue, Tibetan mysticism and more.

I enjoyed this novel because it showed me a country and people completely foreign to me. Also, as the book was written in Holmes's timeline - late s, it was refreshing to find the non-Europeans described without prejudice and racism. As their travels progressed, so did the descriptions of Tibetan history and beliefs. For me, it did get a bit overwhelming.

I am including this novel towards my World Challenge. Jan 18, Steve Brooker rated it liked it. I enjoyed it on the whole. It was in keeping with the essence of Holmes adventures, written by a "sidekick" as an historical account of a real person, with the inclusion of a great deal of historical and cultural interest from the East. The latter part of the story departed from traditional Holmes somewhat and I can well understand why purists might throw the book down in disgust as it creeps, firstly towards Lara Croft, and then Dr Strange!

Approach it with an open mind and an air of whimsy and yo I enjoyed it on the whole. Approach it with an open mind and an air of whimsy and you should enjoy yourself unless I have completely missed something greatly spiritual - alas for me. El libro empieza realmente muy bien. Te hace sentir que lees algo en el mismo estilo de los diarios de Watson pero con un narrador de otra cultura. Much like the stories that the lost years of Jesus were spent in India, this novel is based on the idea that Sherlock Holmes spent the years after Reichenbach in India and Tibet.

Was it a fun mystery? Also yes. But when I actually think back to the Sherlock Holmes stories as opposed to the show or the movies, they also chugged along at a slow and steady pace, so I suppose this author has captured the essence of the originals in that way.

An extra star just for that stunning and extremely moving end! While the absence of female characters and the archaic although fitting for the period language take something away from this tale, it's still an ingenious way to interest people outside Tibet in the situation there.

He weaves in a pertinent political message, but in a subtle way that never interferes with the story. He even managed to replicate S.

H behaviour and conversational style. A pleasant curiosity surges through my mind to go and visit these places and find out for myself. Having always marvelled at the scenic shots taken of the Himalayas; the vast mountain ranges, layers and layers of thick white snow, the tall glaziers gleaming in the morning sun, the clear cool waters of the Manasarover. It was indeed a pleasure to read the words that so beautifully captured these images.

For a while I thought I was Huree with Sherlock Holmes sitting at the back of a wagon listening to him playing the violin with the scenic beauty around me. This scene moved me so much, that I hope one day I get to paint this.

Throughout all the Sherlock Holmes stories, I have believed him to be a man who is non-spiritual. A man who is solves crimes through observation, facts and scientific analysis. But this book shows S. H in a different light. There were words like salvation, incarnation and magical powers.

Petrie asks Dr. Watson for help from the very retired Sherlock Holmes; Holmes refuses until his own life is endangered, and then the chase is on, leading to Wales and evil Fu Manchu. Fu Manchu Page.

Lellenberg 18 original works by Jon L. Hoch, Dorothy B. Hughes, Barry Jones, Stuart M. Apocryphal Tales" [] Edited by Sebastian Wolfe 14 great 'comic pastiche' short stories, contributors include: Fish, Philip Jose Farmer, H. Heard, H. Watson, so he names his new android prototype Holmes.

A professor friend downloads all available information on Doyle's famous detective to the android, and soon Holmes and his young Watson are off to solve mysteries that heve been baffling the police. The Montana Chronicles" [4 stories; ] by John S. Fitzpatrick Four cases solved by Holmes during a visit to America, from long-lost records of Dr. Watson, recently discovered in an old safe in Anaconda, Montana: Blitz Verlag German-language A Novel of Sherlock Holmes" [] by Charlotte Anne Walters A teenage girl escapes from a Victorian poorhouse for life on the streets of London; the only way to survive seems to be crime, which brings her to the notice of evil Prof.

James Moriarty and then to consulting detective Sherlock Holmes. Kindle Edition from M. Japan" [] by Vasudev Murthy In , detective Sherlock Holmes is still in hiding after the Reichenbach Falls incident; but Watson receives a mysterious letter from Yokohama, a senior priest is killed in Kyoto, and a Japanese citizen is murdered in a locked room aboard a steamship bound for Bombay.Dec 23, Ensiform rated it it was ok Shelves: Sure, there can be an epic showdown in a deserted temple beneath a glacier, and I'll even give you a supernatural battle for the climax and conclusion, but for me, at least some part of that battle should be a battle of wits.

Details if other: It was indeed a pleasure to read the words that so beautifully captured these images. I am not saying thats a bad thing, it is different and interesting as well. The story was ticking along fine until the introduction of the Dark One, at which point the entire story lost the essence of Sherlock Holmes.

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