Sherlock Holmes audiobook is a collection of twelve short stories about Sherlock Holmes. Sherlock Holmes audiobook follows the fictitious investigator Sherlock Holmes’s criminal investigations as viewed through the first-person viewpoint of his companion, Dr. John H. Watson.
The protagonist of the Sherlock Holmes audiobook, Sherlock Holmes, is arguably the most well-known and beloved fictional investigator in literature. Sherlock Holmes is a private detective with exceptional observation skills. He resides in London at 221b Baker Street. He detects things that others do not, and then he forms correct conclusive results based on what he observes. In Doyle’s first Sherlock Holmes novel, A Study in Scarlet, Holmes defines himself as someone who doesn’t open his mouth for days on end.’ He has a lot of mood swings. He also enjoys playing the violin. Most importantly, he is a master of deductive thinking. Sherlock Holmes was a keen observer. He also had great reasoning abilities.
“You see, but you do not observe.” — Arthur Conan Doyle, Sherlock Holmes.
The attraction of Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes audiobook free derives from their deft combination of knowledge and entertainment. As each storey progresses, the novels push readers to seek evidence and form their own ideas, yet in the time between the crime and the resolution, readers encounter a plethora of enchantingly sketched characters. The lengthy relationship between Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John Watson is particularly noteworthy and lends a feeling of continuity to each narrative. The guys spend a lot of time creating clever banter, but their bond is sincere, and it provides readers with an encouraging alternative to the double-crossing that Holmes regularly faces in his investigations. Each narrative in Sherlock Holmes audiobook free is self-contained, however certain characters appear many times in the stories.
Arthur Conan Doyle wrote Sherlock Holmes audiobook. Stephen Fry wrote its introduction.
Sir Arthur Ignatius Conan Doyle was born on May 22, 1859. He was a physician and writer from the United Kingdom. In 1887, he invented the character of Sherlock Holmes for A Study in Scarlet, the first of four books and fifty-six short tales featuring Holmes and Dr. Watson. The Sherlock Holmes stories are regarded as landmarks in the genre of crime fiction.
Aside from Holmes stories, Doyle wrote fantasy and science fiction stories about Professor Challenger and comic stories about Napoleonic soldier Brigadier Gerard, as well as dramas, romances, poetry, non-fiction, and historical books. The mystery of the Mary Celeste was popularised by one of Doyle’s early short tales, “J. Habakuk Jephson’s Statement,” published in 1884.
Doyle travelled to England at the age of nine, to the Jesuit preparatory school Hodder Place in Stonyhurst, Lancashire, from 1868 to 1870. After that, he moved to Stonyhurst College, where he remained until 1875. He attended the Jesuit school Stella Matutina in Feldkirch, Austria. Later, he went to Edinburgh University to study medicine, where one of the professors’ diagnostic procedures inspired Sherlock Holmes’ deductive skills. He established himself as a doctor in Southsea and began writing while waiting for patients. As a result of his rising popularity as an author, he had to abandon his profession and focus on other topics.
Sherlock Holmes was his greatest achievement, Although, Doyle had a difficult time finding a publisher for his work. A Study in Scarlet, his first novel featuring Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson, published at the age of 27. The novel quickly rose to international prominence. On July 7, 1930, he died of a heart attack at the age of 71.
The narrator of Sherlock Holmes audiobook is Stephen Fry. Other audiobooks that Stephen Fry has also narrated are The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, The Ickabog, and Heroes.
The length of Sherlock Holmes audiobook is 62 hours and 52 minutes.
Audible Studios published Sherlock Holmes audiobook on 02/27/17.