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    [REVIEW] Sherlock Holmes & the Titanic Tragedy – William Seil

      You can thoroughly absorb yourself in the real people involved. as well as enjoy meeting new and old Sherlockian fictional characters from both A.C.Doyle’s world. It is set in 1912 and although this is an original story by another author, it still maintains a similar sound to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s infamous mystery series. You read through Watson voice and point of view, which makes it interesting. It is also based when both Sherlock Holmes and John Watson are ageing up into their 60s, semi-retired but still as sharp and quick-witted as they always were. The contrast between the two females Miss Norton and Miss Storm-fleming are interesting. One; being more masculine…

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    [REVIEW] The Colour of Magic – Terry Pratchett

    The basic idea of this book was good but I found it hard to get my head into it. It is aimed at the fantasy and science fiction genre. This is a brilliant book that starts off the Disc-world series by Terry Pratchett. It is the book you are meant to start off reading and divulge into his world; of some normal, some extraordinary characters, that are in various books, throughout the series. The book shows you the events that take place around a dopey wizard called Rincewind and his merry bunch of people he meets along the way. The person, if you want to call it/him/her that, who comes…