A story for the eighth TCB event, written in an afternoon. Sherlock Holmes is called into a case at London Conversion Bureau in 188-.
K. I don't know how you are channeling Sir Arthur Conan Doyle so well, but you have the wording and charm of the original novels down pat. Also, for the love of god, write more of this.
All my yes.
ALL my yes.
Does anyone else imagine this with Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law?
Oh, my. Whilst it is short and the outcome was fairly easy to grasp from the title alone, the wording is wonderfully archaic and I could swear this was penned by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle himself. Simple and simply wonderful.
This was Ze Magicks! The texture of the prose was excellent, the feel overall true to form, and I swear I could smell brass and hear the tinkle of crystal. It felt Holmesian, it felt period, and it thoroughly worked.
What a wonderful story!
The only thing I do not like about this story: Why is it over?
>>11080901108090 I admit I did
An excellent story Berry! Captured the feel of Holmes very well.
robert downey jr is best person in the universe.
Are you completely sure you're not Sir Arthur Conan Doyle come back from the dead? Perhaps his re-incarnation? This was amazing! I could swear I was reading something from one of the actual books. Bravo, good sir!