I think I was 12 years old when I first read a Sherlock Holmes book, and in an instant I became a fan of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s creation. Who doesn’t enjoy following clues and solving mysteries? Evidently, in the 21st century the classic ‘whodunit’ has changed. And “Mind the Gap” is a nice example of the creative alternatives we might find in this particular literary genre.
- Written by Arion on Tuesday, October 30 2012 and posted in Blog
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Arion, who is either from Chile or New York (it’s not really clear) writes a blog that the Outhouse steals on a regular basis. Arion is by far the nicest of all the staff writers and the most well behaved only having been banned from one country. One thing we really appreciate about Aroin is that he writes his reviews in English and Spanish and we hope someday he’ll translate this blurb for us. We’re not so good at languages, just look at how well we write in English if you need proof. You should bookmark Arion’s blog - http://artbyarion.blogspot.com – and actually look at it. There will be a quiz at the end of every month
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