Sherlock Holmes series is written by famous detective novelist Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. The Hound of Baskervilles is one of the best detective fantasies of Sherlock Holmes.
The event takes place on Baker Street in London, in 1889. Sherlock Holmes’s assistant Watson tells the story according to his point of view.
Holmes and Watson wait for Dr. Mortimer, who is a loyal and faithful friend of Holmes. Dr Mortimer returns after a short time with an anxious face.
He gives the news of murder of a member of Baskerville’s family. The Baskervilles were prestigious and rich family in the town of Devonshire.
The doctor finds the unnatural element was the supernatural bloodhound that caused the death of Baskervilles. Dr Mortimer believes that the only man who can solve this mystery is Sherlock Holmes.
He also tells him that the only heir of Baskervilles Sir Henry’s life is in possible danger. Holmes and his assistant begin to dig into this supernatural hound mystery.
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle sets an unnatural, unforgettable, and chilly environment in his every story series. He uses an immense amount of literary words, describes each and every small detail of the events vividly.
He leaves the readers into their imaginary land creating exciting and thrilling experiences giving you goose bumps. His sentence structure is robust and clear, that helps the readers to climb into their imaginary thoughts.
Through his simple sentences he keeps his readers on the edge of the seat until the time of truth is revealed. The speech is in third person narrative, which makes more exciting and enjoyable to read more.
The characters are stunning and well introduced along with their entry in the story. The thrill begins as you proceed into the story. The mood retains as you start it. If you want to discover the culprit, you should not miss out this series of Sherlock Holmes.