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Bought this on EA Origin as digital preorder download. The download took forever and when I just wanted to start it up and start my own city, it kept giving me a server or "Unable to create City error. I've waited for this for years, paid my money before it even launched and this is what I get???? Think long and hard before you order this...if you'd like to throw away $59 feel free to go for it.
I have now read both books and even though the author is better than most at depicting Sherlock and Watson's personalities and characteristics these stories are so convoluted that it's like watching a Keystone Cops movie. Don't get me wrong. The plot is very complex and very well written but even with all the action the story only minimally progresses becoming slapstick at times. This is the same format in both books and becomes tedious. Watson has been hit over the head so many times he should be brain damaged by now and poor Sherlock again has made so many blunders in logic Sir Arthur would be rolling in his grave. The introduction of Lucy James, who seems to have better logic than Holmes, is an interesting character and angle but I'm not sure if I'll read a book three or not. Both these books revolve around pre WWI espionage which I am not a big fan of but putting that aside it's the going around in circles and non progression of the story that puts me off.
I have to agree with those who say this is not a normal book for Craig Johnson. I normally love and admire his writing but not this book. Very little humor or sensitivity. I miss Ruby and the other characters from his normal stories. There is too much profanity also. Very disappointed in one of my favorite writers
I bought this bag in medium strictly for commuting by bike every day (20+ miles a day) and it's pretty great for the price