Bedlam

Bedlam Sherlock has been incarcerated in the Bethlehem Hospital Bedlam where Victorian London s most unfortunate citizens are locked away in squalor cruelty and hopelessness Sherlock tells them he s not mad

Sherlock has been incarcerated in the Bethlehem Hospital Bedlam where Victorian London s most unfortunate citizens are locked away in squalor, cruelty and hopelessness Sherlock tells them he s not mad but who d believe a lunatic There s only one option he has to escape and then use all his rational powers to work out who put him there in the first place .

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  1. Not amazing, but an enjoyable short story I feel like I have a better understanding of the villains now, because I didn t really grasp all that in the last book, and the story was pretty interesting Recommended to fans of this series, especially if you like having Crowe described as the big American Not that you would or anything it s just, weirdly, that s done a lot of times in here considering it s only about 50 pages, most of which Crowe isn t even around for


  2. Another great story in the Young Sherlock Holmes series At first I thought this one was an alternate part from the book, from when they go to meet Mycroft After reading along a bit further I realized that it was actually it s own little bit I m always a sucker for a story that takes place in a mental institute I wished this could have been a bit longer, but any amount of Sherlock is better than no Sherlock.First Line It was one of those rare days in London when the sun shoe on clean streets and [...]


  3. I picked this up before I started reading this series because I had intended to start with this one to see if the Young Sherlock Holmes series was worth reading When I read a bit about this Novella it was said that this was to be a part of the third book I decided to wait a bit and start Death Could first so I could know any recurring characters This was decent and an entreating read You can tell it was meant for a bigger work because the beginning of this story whirls by so quickly I had to go [...]


  4. I love the young Sherlock Holmes series, and this short stand alone story is no exception.In this story Sherlock is drugged and kiddnapped Secretly his captors admit him to Bedlem hospital Sherlock knows he isn t crazy, but the Doctor isn t so easy to convince.The young detective must once again rely on his wits to save him from the unethical and often uncareing adults around him.The only draw back to having a story this short is that it feels rushed This could have easily been drawn out into a [...]


  5. At first, this started out incredibly slow, like the story was fluffed up to try to make it bigger I imagine the beginning needed to have stuff added to it to make it stand on its own once removed from the 3rd book.I would have loved for this to have been turned into a novel So much potential to be fleshed out Really, Sherlock should have waited a day to see the routine of the guards before wasting his possible single escape attempt.


  6. The series goes Gothic with this wonderful short story think male viewpoint of Susan Hill s The Woman in Black and you will get a feeling of what this story is like Sherlock wakes to find himself incarcerated in Bedlam who put him there and why the suspense factor and the increasingly threatening atmosphere are both expertly handled here the best volume of the series so far wonderful


  7. The first in the series that I have read I know it is a book aimed at children but I love stories with Sherlock Holmes so thought I would give this Short Read a go I thoroughly enjoyed it Not a huge amount happens, but it is a SHORT read so I will look forward to one of the longer novels You will all be surprised to hear that Sherlock is declared insane in this book Or is he


  8. So I read this just before reading the forth book as it is was originally going to be in the third This story wasn t any different than the other Thrilling Full of twists A brilliant read Anyone thinking of reading this book and the series should definately try it for themselves.


  9. A little bit disappointing, this book certainly does not explore the full range of the Sherlock Holmes character.There is a note from the author saying that this short story is basically a section dropped from the main serious of books it s not hard to see why.


  10. This is a scene that was originally meant to be in the 3rd book but got taken out Though at first I was a bit unsure about why I was even bothering to read this by the end I was glad I did It was short but fun.


  11. This was a fantastic short story It was actually supposed to be in the third book, but got cut because it didn t fit with the plot Loved it I particularly enjoy the chilling horror of an asylum mystery


  12. It left me wanting It was well written but it certainly wasn t the Sherlock Holmes I am used to However, that being said, I may just attempt to read this author from the beginning, to get a better footing as to how his version of Sherlock flows.


  13. A nice short story to compliment the series Plus an interesting look to the ideas surrounding mental health in young Sherlock s time Loved seeing him solve a small plot at the assylum before Aymus came to get him.


  14. I really liked this book I haven t read the young Sherlock Holmes series in a while and i am trying to remember the characters and villains This book was a nice addition to the Sherlock Holmes series by Andrew Lane Can t wait to read the next book Keep up the good writing Andrew Lane.





  15. A short story that would act as a good introduction for young people to the Young Sherlock Holmes series or to the crime genre.


  16. Turns out this is an piece that was eliminated from the original manuscript and takes place between books 3 and 4 Has the makings of its own book



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