30 Day Meme – Day 14

Day 01 – The best book you read last year
Day 02 – A book that you’ve read more than three times
Day 03 – Your favorite series
Day 04 – Favorite book of your favorite series
Day 05 – A book that makes you happy                                                                                          Day 06 – A book that makes you sad                                                                                                 Day 07 – Most underrated book                                                                                                        Day 08 – Most overrated book                                                                                                            Day 09 – A book you thought you wouldn’t like but ended up loving                                                                                                                                                      Day 10 – Favorite classic book                                                                                                            Day 11 – A book you hated                                                                                                                     Day 12 – A book you used to love but don’t anymore                                                                     Day 13 – Your favorite writer                                                                                                                 Day 14 – Favorite book of your favorite writer The Hound of the Baskervilles! It was the first story where I met Sherlock Holmes and I found the setting and the story to be amazing. What I loved the most is that, as a reader, you expect the moors to be a perfect setting for a ghost story but, as I later learned, everything that Sherlock deals with, is 100% logical and can be scientifically explained. I also liked how Sherlock managed to solve the case, with his trick and how poor Watson was even a victim himself. But, apart from these little details, what made me fall in love with the story was the moors and how perfectly gothic they are. I eventually revisited them with Jane Eyre. There is something special about their emptiness.

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