Holmes is engaged initially by a pawnbroker. He’s upset by the loss of a well-paying, part-time job. One that doesn’t require many hours and, when it does require work, doesn’t interfere with his busiest times at the pawn shop. To Sherlock Holmes, it may be much more than it appears. Could it be the beginning of a larger mystery? Using minute details of the small one, he works to solve the serious one. “Depend upon it,” said Holmes to Watson in “A Case of Identity.” “There is nothing so unnatural as the commonplace.”
I had high expectations for this one which I didn’t quite live up to.
The plot here is was okay and it was enjoyable and interesting in a way. But still I feel that it could have been better than it actually was. To be fully honest here the plot here was a little bit weak but I still had fun time reading this one.
The characters here are okay but when it comes to Sherlock Holmes and doctor Watson they are an amazing due and I loved they both because they have something in them which makes us relate to them.
The writing style here was okay but I think that sir Arthur Conan Doyle could have done better in this book.
I Give This Book 3 / 5