Alchemy

Alchemy

When someone starts killing London?s homeless, Sherlock Holmes sets out to solve the series of grisly murders, taking her best friend and business partner Jane Watson along for the ride. The killer makes it clear he has a vendetta against Sherlock, and as she pursues him, she discovers there's more to the case than meets the eye. While struggling to identify the murderer, When someone starts killing London?s homeless, Sherlock Holmes sets out to solve the series of grisly murders, tak...

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Title:Alchemy
Author:Marie S. Crosswell
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Genres:Mystery
Edition Language:English
Format Type:ebook
Number of Pages:47 pages pages

Alchemy Reviews

  • Andrada
    Jul 02, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley A modern Sherlock Holmes retelling where Sherlock is an asexual lesbian? SIGN ME UP! Some recent adaptations that shall remain nameless have kind of caused me to stay away from Sherlock Holmes things in recent years but I really enj...

    This book was provided for free by the publisher and Love Bytes in exchange for an honest review. This review was first posted to Love Bytes: LGBTQ Book Reviews. It has been slightly edited here for content. I?ll admit, I was initially a little suspicious of this story. A lesbi...

    The idea of Sherlock Holmes as a woman? Cool. As an asexual lesbian? Okay. A Holmesian mystery? Yes please. Alchemy should have worked better for me, and I'm sorry it didn't... The present tense is almost always going to hurt a story for me. This tense rarely comes out sounding n...

    Anyone ever watch Warehouse 13? Remember how H.G. Wells is a woman? Welp. Now Sherlock Holmes is, too in Marie S. Crosswell's, Alchemy. Not only is she a woman, she's a gay woman, an asexual, gay woman. Never try to tell me representation doesn't matter, because it does. Any one of t...

    Oh this was so fascinating. A somewhat dark, modern, gender-swapped retelling of Sherlock Holmes, where not only is Sherlock asexual, but she falls in love with female Lestrade and still keeps her wonderful friendship with Watson? The story was intriguing, the ace relationship was cle...

    This review can also be found on Love in Panels A serial killer is on the loose and the messages he leaves with the bodies suggest that he?s trying to settle a score with Holmes. Now she has to find the person behind this but also deal with something entirely unexpected: the devel...

    Well written asexual female Sherlock Holmes? Yes please ...

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    I received an ARC of this book from the publishers via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. In this modern retelling of Sherlock Holmes, Sherlock is not only a woman, but also asexual. This alone really intrigued me, as I rarely find promising stories...

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  • Aoife
    Jul 14, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley A modern Sherlock Holmes retelling where Sherlock is an asexual lesbian? SIGN ME UP! Some recent adaptations that shall remain nameless have kind of caused me to stay away from Sherlock Holmes things in recent years but I really enj...

    This book was provided for free by the publisher and Love Bytes in exchange for an honest review. This review was first posted to Love Bytes: LGBTQ Book Reviews. It has been slightly edited here for content. I?ll admit, I was initially a little suspicious of this story. A lesbi...

    The idea of Sherlock Holmes as a woman? Cool. As an asexual lesbian? Okay. A Holmesian mystery? Yes please. Alchemy should have worked better for me, and I'm sorry it didn't... The present tense is almost always going to hurt a story for me. This tense rarely comes out sounding n...

    Anyone ever watch Warehouse 13? Remember how H.G. Wells is a woman? Welp. Now Sherlock Holmes is, too in Marie S. Crosswell's, Alchemy. Not only is she a woman, she's a gay woman, an asexual, gay woman. Never try to tell me representation doesn't matter, because it does. Any one of t...

    Oh this was so fascinating. A somewhat dark, modern, gender-swapped retelling of Sherlock Holmes, where not only is Sherlock asexual, but she falls in love with female Lestrade and still keeps her wonderful friendship with Watson? The story was intriguing, the ace relationship was cle...

    This review can also be found on Love in Panels A serial killer is on the loose and the messages he leaves with the bodies suggest that he?s trying to settle a score with Holmes. Now she has to find the person behind this but also deal with something entirely unexpected: the devel...

  • Alice Montrose
    Jun 17, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley A modern Sherlock Holmes retelling where Sherlock is an asexual lesbian? SIGN ME UP! Some recent adaptations that shall remain nameless have kind of caused me to stay away from Sherlock Holmes things in recent years but I really enj...

    This book was provided for free by the publisher and Love Bytes in exchange for an honest review. This review was first posted to Love Bytes: LGBTQ Book Reviews. It has been slightly edited here for content. I?ll admit, I was initially a little suspicious of this story. A lesbi...

    The idea of Sherlock Holmes as a woman? Cool. As an asexual lesbian? Okay. A Holmesian mystery? Yes please. Alchemy should have worked better for me, and I'm sorry it didn't... The present tense is almost always going to hurt a story for me. This tense rarely comes out sounding n...

    Anyone ever watch Warehouse 13? Remember how H.G. Wells is a woman? Welp. Now Sherlock Holmes is, too in Marie S. Crosswell's, Alchemy. Not only is she a woman, she's a gay woman, an asexual, gay woman. Never try to tell me representation doesn't matter, because it does. Any one of t...

    Oh this was so fascinating. A somewhat dark, modern, gender-swapped retelling of Sherlock Holmes, where not only is Sherlock asexual, but she falls in love with female Lestrade and still keeps her wonderful friendship with Watson? The story was intriguing, the ace relationship was cle...

    This review can also be found on Love in Panels A serial killer is on the loose and the messages he leaves with the bodies suggest that he?s trying to settle a score with Holmes. Now she has to find the person behind this but also deal with something entirely unexpected: the devel...

    Well written asexual female Sherlock Holmes? Yes please ...

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    I received an ARC of this book from the publishers via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. In this modern retelling of Sherlock Holmes, Sherlock is not only a woman, but also asexual. This alone really intrigued me, as I rarely find promising stories...

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  • Devann
    Jul 15, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley A modern Sherlock Holmes retelling where Sherlock is an asexual lesbian? SIGN ME UP! Some recent adaptations that shall remain nameless have kind of caused me to stay away from Sherlock Holmes things in recent years but I really enj...

  • Carrie
    Jul 01, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley A modern Sherlock Holmes retelling where Sherlock is an asexual lesbian? SIGN ME UP! Some recent adaptations that shall remain nameless have kind of caused me to stay away from Sherlock Holmes things in recent years but I really enj...

    This book was provided for free by the publisher and Love Bytes in exchange for an honest review. This review was first posted to Love Bytes: LGBTQ Book Reviews. It has been slightly edited here for content. I?ll admit, I was initially a little suspicious of this story. A lesbi...

    The idea of Sherlock Holmes as a woman? Cool. As an asexual lesbian? Okay. A Holmesian mystery? Yes please. Alchemy should have worked better for me, and I'm sorry it didn't... The present tense is almost always going to hurt a story for me. This tense rarely comes out sounding n...

    Anyone ever watch Warehouse 13? Remember how H.G. Wells is a woman? Welp. Now Sherlock Holmes is, too in Marie S. Crosswell's, Alchemy. Not only is she a woman, she's a gay woman, an asexual, gay woman. Never try to tell me representation doesn't matter, because it does. Any one of t...

    Oh this was so fascinating. A somewhat dark, modern, gender-swapped retelling of Sherlock Holmes, where not only is Sherlock asexual, but she falls in love with female Lestrade and still keeps her wonderful friendship with Watson? The story was intriguing, the ace relationship was cle...

    This review can also be found on Love in Panels A serial killer is on the loose and the messages he leaves with the bodies suggest that he?s trying to settle a score with Holmes. Now she has to find the person behind this but also deal with something entirely unexpected: the devel...

    Well written asexual female Sherlock Holmes? Yes please ...

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    I received an ARC of this book from the publishers via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. In this modern retelling of Sherlock Holmes, Sherlock is not only a woman, but also asexual. This alone really intrigued me, as I rarely find promising stories...

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  • Jess
    Jun 25, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley A modern Sherlock Holmes retelling where Sherlock is an asexual lesbian? SIGN ME UP! Some recent adaptations that shall remain nameless have kind of caused me to stay away from Sherlock Holmes things in recent years but I really enj...

    This book was provided for free by the publisher and Love Bytes in exchange for an honest review. This review was first posted to Love Bytes: LGBTQ Book Reviews. It has been slightly edited here for content. I?ll admit, I was initially a little suspicious of this story. A lesbi...

  • Jen
    Jul 02, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley A modern Sherlock Holmes retelling where Sherlock is an asexual lesbian? SIGN ME UP! Some recent adaptations that shall remain nameless have kind of caused me to stay away from Sherlock Holmes things in recent years but I really enj...

    This book was provided for free by the publisher and Love Bytes in exchange for an honest review. This review was first posted to Love Bytes: LGBTQ Book Reviews. It has been slightly edited here for content. I?ll admit, I was initially a little suspicious of this story. A lesbi...

    The idea of Sherlock Holmes as a woman? Cool. As an asexual lesbian? Okay. A Holmesian mystery? Yes please. Alchemy should have worked better for me, and I'm sorry it didn't... The present tense is almost always going to hurt a story for me. This tense rarely comes out sounding n...

    Anyone ever watch Warehouse 13? Remember how H.G. Wells is a woman? Welp. Now Sherlock Holmes is, too in Marie S. Crosswell's, Alchemy. Not only is she a woman, she's a gay woman, an asexual, gay woman. Never try to tell me representation doesn't matter, because it does. Any one of t...

    Oh this was so fascinating. A somewhat dark, modern, gender-swapped retelling of Sherlock Holmes, where not only is Sherlock asexual, but she falls in love with female Lestrade and still keeps her wonderful friendship with Watson? The story was intriguing, the ace relationship was cle...

    This review can also be found on Love in Panels A serial killer is on the loose and the messages he leaves with the bodies suggest that he?s trying to settle a score with Holmes. Now she has to find the person behind this but also deal with something entirely unexpected: the devel...

    Well written asexual female Sherlock Holmes? Yes please ...

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    I received an ARC of this book from the publishers via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. In this modern retelling of Sherlock Holmes, Sherlock is not only a woman, but also asexual. This alone really intrigued me, as I rarely find promising stories...

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  • JMarie
    Aug 21, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley A modern Sherlock Holmes retelling where Sherlock is an asexual lesbian? SIGN ME UP! Some recent adaptations that shall remain nameless have kind of caused me to stay away from Sherlock Holmes things in recent years but I really enj...

    This book was provided for free by the publisher and Love Bytes in exchange for an honest review. This review was first posted to Love Bytes: LGBTQ Book Reviews. It has been slightly edited here for content. I?ll admit, I was initially a little suspicious of this story. A lesbi...

    The idea of Sherlock Holmes as a woman? Cool. As an asexual lesbian? Okay. A Holmesian mystery? Yes please. Alchemy should have worked better for me, and I'm sorry it didn't... The present tense is almost always going to hurt a story for me. This tense rarely comes out sounding n...

    Anyone ever watch Warehouse 13? Remember how H.G. Wells is a woman? Welp. Now Sherlock Holmes is, too in Marie S. Crosswell's, Alchemy. Not only is she a woman, she's a gay woman, an asexual, gay woman. Never try to tell me representation doesn't matter, because it does. Any one of t...

    Oh this was so fascinating. A somewhat dark, modern, gender-swapped retelling of Sherlock Holmes, where not only is Sherlock asexual, but she falls in love with female Lestrade and still keeps her wonderful friendship with Watson? The story was intriguing, the ace relationship was cle...

    This review can also be found on Love in Panels A serial killer is on the loose and the messages he leaves with the bodies suggest that he?s trying to settle a score with Holmes. Now she has to find the person behind this but also deal with something entirely unexpected: the devel...

    Well written asexual female Sherlock Holmes? Yes please ...

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  • Tessa
    Sep 20, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley A modern Sherlock Holmes retelling where Sherlock is an asexual lesbian? SIGN ME UP! Some recent adaptations that shall remain nameless have kind of caused me to stay away from Sherlock Holmes things in recent years but I really enj...

    This book was provided for free by the publisher and Love Bytes in exchange for an honest review. This review was first posted to Love Bytes: LGBTQ Book Reviews. It has been slightly edited here for content. I?ll admit, I was initially a little suspicious of this story. A lesbi...

    The idea of Sherlock Holmes as a woman? Cool. As an asexual lesbian? Okay. A Holmesian mystery? Yes please. Alchemy should have worked better for me, and I'm sorry it didn't... The present tense is almost always going to hurt a story for me. This tense rarely comes out sounding n...

    Anyone ever watch Warehouse 13? Remember how H.G. Wells is a woman? Welp. Now Sherlock Holmes is, too in Marie S. Crosswell's, Alchemy. Not only is she a woman, she's a gay woman, an asexual, gay woman. Never try to tell me representation doesn't matter, because it does. Any one of t...

    Oh this was so fascinating. A somewhat dark, modern, gender-swapped retelling of Sherlock Holmes, where not only is Sherlock asexual, but she falls in love with female Lestrade and still keeps her wonderful friendship with Watson? The story was intriguing, the ace relationship was cle...

    This review can also be found on Love in Panels A serial killer is on the loose and the messages he leaves with the bodies suggest that he?s trying to settle a score with Holmes. Now she has to find the person behind this but also deal with something entirely unexpected: the devel...

    Well written asexual female Sherlock Holmes? Yes please ...

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  • blub
    Jun 19, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley A modern Sherlock Holmes retelling where Sherlock is an asexual lesbian? SIGN ME UP! Some recent adaptations that shall remain nameless have kind of caused me to stay away from Sherlock Holmes things in recent years but I really enj...

    This book was provided for free by the publisher and Love Bytes in exchange for an honest review. This review was first posted to Love Bytes: LGBTQ Book Reviews. It has been slightly edited here for content. I?ll admit, I was initially a little suspicious of this story. A lesbi...

    The idea of Sherlock Holmes as a woman? Cool. As an asexual lesbian? Okay. A Holmesian mystery? Yes please. Alchemy should have worked better for me, and I'm sorry it didn't... The present tense is almost always going to hurt a story for me. This tense rarely comes out sounding n...

    Anyone ever watch Warehouse 13? Remember how H.G. Wells is a woman? Welp. Now Sherlock Holmes is, too in Marie S. Crosswell's, Alchemy. Not only is she a woman, she's a gay woman, an asexual, gay woman. Never try to tell me representation doesn't matter, because it does. Any one of t...

    Oh this was so fascinating. A somewhat dark, modern, gender-swapped retelling of Sherlock Holmes, where not only is Sherlock asexual, but she falls in love with female Lestrade and still keeps her wonderful friendship with Watson? The story was intriguing, the ace relationship was cle...

    This review can also be found on Love in Panels A serial killer is on the loose and the messages he leaves with the bodies suggest that he?s trying to settle a score with Holmes. Now she has to find the person behind this but also deal with something entirely unexpected: the devel...

    Well written asexual female Sherlock Holmes? Yes please ...

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    I received an ARC of this book from the publishers via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. In this modern retelling of Sherlock Holmes, Sherlock is not only a woman, but also asexual. This alone really intrigued me, as I rarely find promising stories...

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  • Lynn O'Connacht
    Jul 01, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley A modern Sherlock Holmes retelling where Sherlock is an asexual lesbian? SIGN ME UP! Some recent adaptations that shall remain nameless have kind of caused me to stay away from Sherlock Holmes things in recent years but I really enj...

    This book was provided for free by the publisher and Love Bytes in exchange for an honest review. This review was first posted to Love Bytes: LGBTQ Book Reviews. It has been slightly edited here for content. I?ll admit, I was initially a little suspicious of this story. A lesbi...

    The idea of Sherlock Holmes as a woman? Cool. As an asexual lesbian? Okay. A Holmesian mystery? Yes please. Alchemy should have worked better for me, and I'm sorry it didn't... The present tense is almost always going to hurt a story for me. This tense rarely comes out sounding n...

    Anyone ever watch Warehouse 13? Remember how H.G. Wells is a woman? Welp. Now Sherlock Holmes is, too in Marie S. Crosswell's, Alchemy. Not only is she a woman, she's a gay woman, an asexual, gay woman. Never try to tell me representation doesn't matter, because it does. Any one of t...

    Oh this was so fascinating. A somewhat dark, modern, gender-swapped retelling of Sherlock Holmes, where not only is Sherlock asexual, but she falls in love with female Lestrade and still keeps her wonderful friendship with Watson? The story was intriguing, the ace relationship was cle...

    This review can also be found on Love in Panels A serial killer is on the loose and the messages he leaves with the bodies suggest that he?s trying to settle a score with Holmes. Now she has to find the person behind this but also deal with something entirely unexpected: the devel...

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  • Alexa
    Jul 01, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley A modern Sherlock Holmes retelling where Sherlock is an asexual lesbian? SIGN ME UP! Some recent adaptations that shall remain nameless have kind of caused me to stay away from Sherlock Holmes things in recent years but I really enj...

    This book was provided for free by the publisher and Love Bytes in exchange for an honest review. This review was first posted to Love Bytes: LGBTQ Book Reviews. It has been slightly edited here for content. I?ll admit, I was initially a little suspicious of this story. A lesbi...

    The idea of Sherlock Holmes as a woman? Cool. As an asexual lesbian? Okay. A Holmesian mystery? Yes please. Alchemy should have worked better for me, and I'm sorry it didn't... The present tense is almost always going to hurt a story for me. This tense rarely comes out sounding n...

    Anyone ever watch Warehouse 13? Remember how H.G. Wells is a woman? Welp. Now Sherlock Holmes is, too in Marie S. Crosswell's, Alchemy. Not only is she a woman, she's a gay woman, an asexual, gay woman. Never try to tell me representation doesn't matter, because it does. Any one of t...

    Oh this was so fascinating. A somewhat dark, modern, gender-swapped retelling of Sherlock Holmes, where not only is Sherlock asexual, but she falls in love with female Lestrade and still keeps her wonderful friendship with Watson? The story was intriguing, the ace relationship was cle...

    This review can also be found on Love in Panels A serial killer is on the loose and the messages he leaves with the bodies suggest that he?s trying to settle a score with Holmes. Now she has to find the person behind this but also deal with something entirely unexpected: the devel...

    Well written asexual female Sherlock Holmes? Yes please ...

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    I received an ARC of this book from the publishers via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. In this modern retelling of Sherlock Holmes, Sherlock is not only a woman, but also asexual. This alone really intrigued me, as I rarely find promising stories...

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  • Brittany Farrell
    Aug 30, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley A modern Sherlock Holmes retelling where Sherlock is an asexual lesbian? SIGN ME UP! Some recent adaptations that shall remain nameless have kind of caused me to stay away from Sherlock Holmes things in recent years but I really enj...

    This book was provided for free by the publisher and Love Bytes in exchange for an honest review. This review was first posted to Love Bytes: LGBTQ Book Reviews. It has been slightly edited here for content. I?ll admit, I was initially a little suspicious of this story. A lesbi...

    The idea of Sherlock Holmes as a woman? Cool. As an asexual lesbian? Okay. A Holmesian mystery? Yes please. Alchemy should have worked better for me, and I'm sorry it didn't... The present tense is almost always going to hurt a story for me. This tense rarely comes out sounding n...

    Anyone ever watch Warehouse 13? Remember how H.G. Wells is a woman? Welp. Now Sherlock Holmes is, too in Marie S. Crosswell's, Alchemy. Not only is she a woman, she's a gay woman, an asexual, gay woman. Never try to tell me representation doesn't matter, because it does. Any one of t...

    Oh this was so fascinating. A somewhat dark, modern, gender-swapped retelling of Sherlock Holmes, where not only is Sherlock asexual, but she falls in love with female Lestrade and still keeps her wonderful friendship with Watson? The story was intriguing, the ace relationship was cle...

    This review can also be found on Love in Panels A serial killer is on the loose and the messages he leaves with the bodies suggest that he?s trying to settle a score with Holmes. Now she has to find the person behind this but also deal with something entirely unexpected: the devel...

    Well written asexual female Sherlock Holmes? Yes please ...

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  • Jessica Cardott
    Jul 05, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley A modern Sherlock Holmes retelling where Sherlock is an asexual lesbian? SIGN ME UP! Some recent adaptations that shall remain nameless have kind of caused me to stay away from Sherlock Holmes things in recent years but I really enj...

    This book was provided for free by the publisher and Love Bytes in exchange for an honest review. This review was first posted to Love Bytes: LGBTQ Book Reviews. It has been slightly edited here for content. I?ll admit, I was initially a little suspicious of this story. A lesbi...

    The idea of Sherlock Holmes as a woman? Cool. As an asexual lesbian? Okay. A Holmesian mystery? Yes please. Alchemy should have worked better for me, and I'm sorry it didn't... The present tense is almost always going to hurt a story for me. This tense rarely comes out sounding n...

    Anyone ever watch Warehouse 13? Remember how H.G. Wells is a woman? Welp. Now Sherlock Holmes is, too in Marie S. Crosswell's, Alchemy. Not only is she a woman, she's a gay woman, an asexual, gay woman. Never try to tell me representation doesn't matter, because it does. Any one of t...

    Oh this was so fascinating. A somewhat dark, modern, gender-swapped retelling of Sherlock Holmes, where not only is Sherlock asexual, but she falls in love with female Lestrade and still keeps her wonderful friendship with Watson? The story was intriguing, the ace relationship was cle...

    This review can also be found on Love in Panels A serial killer is on the loose and the messages he leaves with the bodies suggest that he?s trying to settle a score with Holmes. Now she has to find the person behind this but also deal with something entirely unexpected: the devel...

    Well written asexual female Sherlock Holmes? Yes please ...

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  • Emily
    May 08, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley A modern Sherlock Holmes retelling where Sherlock is an asexual lesbian? SIGN ME UP! Some recent adaptations that shall remain nameless have kind of caused me to stay away from Sherlock Holmes things in recent years but I really enj...

    This book was provided for free by the publisher and Love Bytes in exchange for an honest review. This review was first posted to Love Bytes: LGBTQ Book Reviews. It has been slightly edited here for content. I?ll admit, I was initially a little suspicious of this story. A lesbi...

    The idea of Sherlock Holmes as a woman? Cool. As an asexual lesbian? Okay. A Holmesian mystery? Yes please. Alchemy should have worked better for me, and I'm sorry it didn't... The present tense is almost always going to hurt a story for me. This tense rarely comes out sounding n...

    Anyone ever watch Warehouse 13? Remember how H.G. Wells is a woman? Welp. Now Sherlock Holmes is, too in Marie S. Crosswell's, Alchemy. Not only is she a woman, she's a gay woman, an asexual, gay woman. Never try to tell me representation doesn't matter, because it does. Any one of t...

    Oh this was so fascinating. A somewhat dark, modern, gender-swapped retelling of Sherlock Holmes, where not only is Sherlock asexual, but she falls in love with female Lestrade and still keeps her wonderful friendship with Watson? The story was intriguing, the ace relationship was cle...

    This review can also be found on Love in Panels A serial killer is on the loose and the messages he leaves with the bodies suggest that he?s trying to settle a score with Holmes. Now she has to find the person behind this but also deal with something entirely unexpected: the devel...

    Well written asexual female Sherlock Holmes? Yes please ...

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    I received an ARC of this book from the publishers via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. In this modern retelling of Sherlock Holmes, Sherlock is not only a woman, but also asexual. This alone really intrigued me, as I rarely find promising stories...

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  • Alishea
    Jun 03, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley A modern Sherlock Holmes retelling where Sherlock is an asexual lesbian? SIGN ME UP! Some recent adaptations that shall remain nameless have kind of caused me to stay away from Sherlock Holmes things in recent years but I really enj...

    This book was provided for free by the publisher and Love Bytes in exchange for an honest review. This review was first posted to Love Bytes: LGBTQ Book Reviews. It has been slightly edited here for content. I?ll admit, I was initially a little suspicious of this story. A lesbi...

    The idea of Sherlock Holmes as a woman? Cool. As an asexual lesbian? Okay. A Holmesian mystery? Yes please. Alchemy should have worked better for me, and I'm sorry it didn't... The present tense is almost always going to hurt a story for me. This tense rarely comes out sounding n...

    Anyone ever watch Warehouse 13? Remember how H.G. Wells is a woman? Welp. Now Sherlock Holmes is, too in Marie S. Crosswell's, Alchemy. Not only is she a woman, she's a gay woman, an asexual, gay woman. Never try to tell me representation doesn't matter, because it does. Any one of t...

    Oh this was so fascinating. A somewhat dark, modern, gender-swapped retelling of Sherlock Holmes, where not only is Sherlock asexual, but she falls in love with female Lestrade and still keeps her wonderful friendship with Watson? The story was intriguing, the ace relationship was cle...

    This review can also be found on Love in Panels A serial killer is on the loose and the messages he leaves with the bodies suggest that he?s trying to settle a score with Holmes. Now she has to find the person behind this but also deal with something entirely unexpected: the devel...

    Well written asexual female Sherlock Holmes? Yes please ...

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    I received an ARC of this book from the publishers via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. In this modern retelling of Sherlock Holmes, Sherlock is not only a woman, but also asexual. This alone really intrigued me, as I rarely find promising stories...

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  • Sozuki
    Jun 20, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley A modern Sherlock Holmes retelling where Sherlock is an asexual lesbian? SIGN ME UP! Some recent adaptations that shall remain nameless have kind of caused me to stay away from Sherlock Holmes things in recent years but I really enj...

    This book was provided for free by the publisher and Love Bytes in exchange for an honest review. This review was first posted to Love Bytes: LGBTQ Book Reviews. It has been slightly edited here for content. I?ll admit, I was initially a little suspicious of this story. A lesbi...

    The idea of Sherlock Holmes as a woman? Cool. As an asexual lesbian? Okay. A Holmesian mystery? Yes please. Alchemy should have worked better for me, and I'm sorry it didn't... The present tense is almost always going to hurt a story for me. This tense rarely comes out sounding n...

    Anyone ever watch Warehouse 13? Remember how H.G. Wells is a woman? Welp. Now Sherlock Holmes is, too in Marie S. Crosswell's, Alchemy. Not only is she a woman, she's a gay woman, an asexual, gay woman. Never try to tell me representation doesn't matter, because it does. Any one of t...

    Oh this was so fascinating. A somewhat dark, modern, gender-swapped retelling of Sherlock Holmes, where not only is Sherlock asexual, but she falls in love with female Lestrade and still keeps her wonderful friendship with Watson? The story was intriguing, the ace relationship was cle...

    This review can also be found on Love in Panels A serial killer is on the loose and the messages he leaves with the bodies suggest that he?s trying to settle a score with Holmes. Now she has to find the person behind this but also deal with something entirely unexpected: the devel...

    Well written asexual female Sherlock Holmes? Yes please ...

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    I received an ARC of this book from the publishers via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. In this modern retelling of Sherlock Holmes, Sherlock is not only a woman, but also asexual. This alone really intrigued me, as I rarely find promising stories...

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  • Hana Nizar
    Jul 02, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley A modern Sherlock Holmes retelling where Sherlock is an asexual lesbian? SIGN ME UP! Some recent adaptations that shall remain nameless have kind of caused me to stay away from Sherlock Holmes things in recent years but I really enj...

    This book was provided for free by the publisher and Love Bytes in exchange for an honest review. This review was first posted to Love Bytes: LGBTQ Book Reviews. It has been slightly edited here for content. I?ll admit, I was initially a little suspicious of this story. A lesbi...

    The idea of Sherlock Holmes as a woman? Cool. As an asexual lesbian? Okay. A Holmesian mystery? Yes please. Alchemy should have worked better for me, and I'm sorry it didn't... The present tense is almost always going to hurt a story for me. This tense rarely comes out sounding n...

    Anyone ever watch Warehouse 13? Remember how H.G. Wells is a woman? Welp. Now Sherlock Holmes is, too in Marie S. Crosswell's, Alchemy. Not only is she a woman, she's a gay woman, an asexual, gay woman. Never try to tell me representation doesn't matter, because it does. Any one of t...

    Oh this was so fascinating. A somewhat dark, modern, gender-swapped retelling of Sherlock Holmes, where not only is Sherlock asexual, but she falls in love with female Lestrade and still keeps her wonderful friendship with Watson? The story was intriguing, the ace relationship was cle...

    This review can also be found on Love in Panels A serial killer is on the loose and the messages he leaves with the bodies suggest that he?s trying to settle a score with Holmes. Now she has to find the person behind this but also deal with something entirely unexpected: the devel...

    Well written asexual female Sherlock Holmes? Yes please ...

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    I received an ARC of this book from the publishers via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. In this modern retelling of Sherlock Holmes, Sherlock is not only a woman, but also asexual. This alone really intrigued me, as I rarely find promising stories...

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  • Lexxi Kitty
    Jun 22, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

  • Stardust
    Jun 21, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley A modern Sherlock Holmes retelling where Sherlock is an asexual lesbian? SIGN ME UP! Some recent adaptations that shall remain nameless have kind of caused me to stay away from Sherlock Holmes things in recent years but I really enj...

    This book was provided for free by the publisher and Love Bytes in exchange for an honest review. This review was first posted to Love Bytes: LGBTQ Book Reviews. It has been slightly edited here for content. I?ll admit, I was initially a little suspicious of this story. A lesbi...

    The idea of Sherlock Holmes as a woman? Cool. As an asexual lesbian? Okay. A Holmesian mystery? Yes please. Alchemy should have worked better for me, and I'm sorry it didn't... The present tense is almost always going to hurt a story for me. This tense rarely comes out sounding n...

    Anyone ever watch Warehouse 13? Remember how H.G. Wells is a woman? Welp. Now Sherlock Holmes is, too in Marie S. Crosswell's, Alchemy. Not only is she a woman, she's a gay woman, an asexual, gay woman. Never try to tell me representation doesn't matter, because it does. Any one of t...

    Oh this was so fascinating. A somewhat dark, modern, gender-swapped retelling of Sherlock Holmes, where not only is Sherlock asexual, but she falls in love with female Lestrade and still keeps her wonderful friendship with Watson? The story was intriguing, the ace relationship was cle...

    This review can also be found on Love in Panels A serial killer is on the loose and the messages he leaves with the bodies suggest that he?s trying to settle a score with Holmes. Now she has to find the person behind this but also deal with something entirely unexpected: the devel...

    Well written asexual female Sherlock Holmes? Yes please ...

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  • P. Industry
    Jun 26, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley A modern Sherlock Holmes retelling where Sherlock is an asexual lesbian? SIGN ME UP! Some recent adaptations that shall remain nameless have kind of caused me to stay away from Sherlock Holmes things in recent years but I really enj...

    This book was provided for free by the publisher and Love Bytes in exchange for an honest review. This review was first posted to Love Bytes: LGBTQ Book Reviews. It has been slightly edited here for content. I?ll admit, I was initially a little suspicious of this story. A lesbi...

    The idea of Sherlock Holmes as a woman? Cool. As an asexual lesbian? Okay. A Holmesian mystery? Yes please. Alchemy should have worked better for me, and I'm sorry it didn't... The present tense is almost always going to hurt a story for me. This tense rarely comes out sounding n...

    Anyone ever watch Warehouse 13? Remember how H.G. Wells is a woman? Welp. Now Sherlock Holmes is, too in Marie S. Crosswell's, Alchemy. Not only is she a woman, she's a gay woman, an asexual, gay woman. Never try to tell me representation doesn't matter, because it does. Any one of t...

    Oh this was so fascinating. A somewhat dark, modern, gender-swapped retelling of Sherlock Holmes, where not only is Sherlock asexual, but she falls in love with female Lestrade and still keeps her wonderful friendship with Watson? The story was intriguing, the ace relationship was cle...

    This review can also be found on Love in Panels A serial killer is on the loose and the messages he leaves with the bodies suggest that he?s trying to settle a score with Holmes. Now she has to find the person behind this but also deal with something entirely unexpected: the devel...

    Well written asexual female Sherlock Holmes? Yes please ...

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  • P. Industry
    Jun 26, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley A modern Sherlock Holmes retelling where Sherlock is an asexual lesbian? SIGN ME UP! Some recent adaptations that shall remain nameless have kind of caused me to stay away from Sherlock Holmes things in recent years but I really enj...

    This book was provided for free by the publisher and Love Bytes in exchange for an honest review. This review was first posted to Love Bytes: LGBTQ Book Reviews. It has been slightly edited here for content. I?ll admit, I was initially a little suspicious of this story. A lesbi...

    The idea of Sherlock Holmes as a woman? Cool. As an asexual lesbian? Okay. A Holmesian mystery? Yes please. Alchemy should have worked better for me, and I'm sorry it didn't... The present tense is almost always going to hurt a story for me. This tense rarely comes out sounding n...

    Anyone ever watch Warehouse 13? Remember how H.G. Wells is a woman? Welp. Now Sherlock Holmes is, too in Marie S. Crosswell's, Alchemy. Not only is she a woman, she's a gay woman, an asexual, gay woman. Never try to tell me representation doesn't matter, because it does. Any one of t...

    Oh this was so fascinating. A somewhat dark, modern, gender-swapped retelling of Sherlock Holmes, where not only is Sherlock asexual, but she falls in love with female Lestrade and still keeps her wonderful friendship with Watson? The story was intriguing, the ace relationship was cle...

    This review can also be found on Love in Panels A serial killer is on the loose and the messages he leaves with the bodies suggest that he?s trying to settle a score with Holmes. Now she has to find the person behind this but also deal with something entirely unexpected: the devel...

    Well written asexual female Sherlock Holmes? Yes please ...

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  • Marie
    Aug 30, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley A modern Sherlock Holmes retelling where Sherlock is an asexual lesbian? SIGN ME UP! Some recent adaptations that shall remain nameless have kind of caused me to stay away from Sherlock Holmes things in recent years but I really enj...

    This book was provided for free by the publisher and Love Bytes in exchange for an honest review. This review was first posted to Love Bytes: LGBTQ Book Reviews. It has been slightly edited here for content. I?ll admit, I was initially a little suspicious of this story. A lesbi...

    The idea of Sherlock Holmes as a woman? Cool. As an asexual lesbian? Okay. A Holmesian mystery? Yes please. Alchemy should have worked better for me, and I'm sorry it didn't... The present tense is almost always going to hurt a story for me. This tense rarely comes out sounding n...

    Anyone ever watch Warehouse 13? Remember how H.G. Wells is a woman? Welp. Now Sherlock Holmes is, too in Marie S. Crosswell's, Alchemy. Not only is she a woman, she's a gay woman, an asexual, gay woman. Never try to tell me representation doesn't matter, because it does. Any one of t...

    Oh this was so fascinating. A somewhat dark, modern, gender-swapped retelling of Sherlock Holmes, where not only is Sherlock asexual, but she falls in love with female Lestrade and still keeps her wonderful friendship with Watson? The story was intriguing, the ace relationship was cle...

    This review can also be found on Love in Panels A serial killer is on the loose and the messages he leaves with the bodies suggest that he?s trying to settle a score with Holmes. Now she has to find the person behind this but also deal with something entirely unexpected: the devel...

    Well written asexual female Sherlock Holmes? Yes please ...

  • Lexy_lists
    May 04, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley A modern Sherlock Holmes retelling where Sherlock is an asexual lesbian? SIGN ME UP! Some recent adaptations that shall remain nameless have kind of caused me to stay away from Sherlock Holmes things in recent years but I really enj...

    This book was provided for free by the publisher and Love Bytes in exchange for an honest review. This review was first posted to Love Bytes: LGBTQ Book Reviews. It has been slightly edited here for content. I?ll admit, I was initially a little suspicious of this story. A lesbi...

    The idea of Sherlock Holmes as a woman? Cool. As an asexual lesbian? Okay. A Holmesian mystery? Yes please. Alchemy should have worked better for me, and I'm sorry it didn't... The present tense is almost always going to hurt a story for me. This tense rarely comes out sounding n...

    Anyone ever watch Warehouse 13? Remember how H.G. Wells is a woman? Welp. Now Sherlock Holmes is, too in Marie S. Crosswell's, Alchemy. Not only is she a woman, she's a gay woman, an asexual, gay woman. Never try to tell me representation doesn't matter, because it does. Any one of t...

    Oh this was so fascinating. A somewhat dark, modern, gender-swapped retelling of Sherlock Holmes, where not only is Sherlock asexual, but she falls in love with female Lestrade and still keeps her wonderful friendship with Watson? The story was intriguing, the ace relationship was cle...

    This review can also be found on Love in Panels A serial killer is on the loose and the messages he leaves with the bodies suggest that he?s trying to settle a score with Holmes. Now she has to find the person behind this but also deal with something entirely unexpected: the devel...

    Well written asexual female Sherlock Holmes? Yes please ...

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    I received an ARC of this book from the publishers via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. In this modern retelling of Sherlock Holmes, Sherlock is not only a woman, but also asexual. This alone really intrigued me, as I rarely find promising stories...

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  • Yolande Kleinn
    Aug 17, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley A modern Sherlock Holmes retelling where Sherlock is an asexual lesbian? SIGN ME UP! Some recent adaptations that shall remain nameless have kind of caused me to stay away from Sherlock Holmes things in recent years but I really enj...

    This book was provided for free by the publisher and Love Bytes in exchange for an honest review. This review was first posted to Love Bytes: LGBTQ Book Reviews. It has been slightly edited here for content. I?ll admit, I was initially a little suspicious of this story. A lesbi...

    The idea of Sherlock Holmes as a woman? Cool. As an asexual lesbian? Okay. A Holmesian mystery? Yes please. Alchemy should have worked better for me, and I'm sorry it didn't... The present tense is almost always going to hurt a story for me. This tense rarely comes out sounding n...

    Anyone ever watch Warehouse 13? Remember how H.G. Wells is a woman? Welp. Now Sherlock Holmes is, too in Marie S. Crosswell's, Alchemy. Not only is she a woman, she's a gay woman, an asexual, gay woman. Never try to tell me representation doesn't matter, because it does. Any one of t...

    Oh this was so fascinating. A somewhat dark, modern, gender-swapped retelling of Sherlock Holmes, where not only is Sherlock asexual, but she falls in love with female Lestrade and still keeps her wonderful friendship with Watson? The story was intriguing, the ace relationship was cle...

    This review can also be found on Love in Panels A serial killer is on the loose and the messages he leaves with the bodies suggest that he?s trying to settle a score with Holmes. Now she has to find the person behind this but also deal with something entirely unexpected: the devel...

    Well written asexual female Sherlock Holmes? Yes please ...

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  • Trio
    Aug 01, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley A modern Sherlock Holmes retelling where Sherlock is an asexual lesbian? SIGN ME UP! Some recent adaptations that shall remain nameless have kind of caused me to stay away from Sherlock Holmes things in recent years but I really enj...

    This book was provided for free by the publisher and Love Bytes in exchange for an honest review. This review was first posted to Love Bytes: LGBTQ Book Reviews. It has been slightly edited here for content. I?ll admit, I was initially a little suspicious of this story. A lesbi...

    The idea of Sherlock Holmes as a woman? Cool. As an asexual lesbian? Okay. A Holmesian mystery? Yes please. Alchemy should have worked better for me, and I'm sorry it didn't... The present tense is almost always going to hurt a story for me. This tense rarely comes out sounding n...

  • Erica E
    Jul 02, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley A modern Sherlock Holmes retelling where Sherlock is an asexual lesbian? SIGN ME UP! Some recent adaptations that shall remain nameless have kind of caused me to stay away from Sherlock Holmes things in recent years but I really enj...

    This book was provided for free by the publisher and Love Bytes in exchange for an honest review. This review was first posted to Love Bytes: LGBTQ Book Reviews. It has been slightly edited here for content. I?ll admit, I was initially a little suspicious of this story. A lesbi...

    The idea of Sherlock Holmes as a woman? Cool. As an asexual lesbian? Okay. A Holmesian mystery? Yes please. Alchemy should have worked better for me, and I'm sorry it didn't... The present tense is almost always going to hurt a story for me. This tense rarely comes out sounding n...

    Anyone ever watch Warehouse 13? Remember how H.G. Wells is a woman? Welp. Now Sherlock Holmes is, too in Marie S. Crosswell's, Alchemy. Not only is she a woman, she's a gay woman, an asexual, gay woman. Never try to tell me representation doesn't matter, because it does. Any one of t...

    Oh this was so fascinating. A somewhat dark, modern, gender-swapped retelling of Sherlock Holmes, where not only is Sherlock asexual, but she falls in love with female Lestrade and still keeps her wonderful friendship with Watson? The story was intriguing, the ace relationship was cle...

    This review can also be found on Love in Panels A serial killer is on the loose and the messages he leaves with the bodies suggest that he?s trying to settle a score with Holmes. Now she has to find the person behind this but also deal with something entirely unexpected: the devel...

    Well written asexual female Sherlock Holmes? Yes please ...

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    I received an ARC of this book from the publishers via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. In this modern retelling of Sherlock Holmes, Sherlock is not only a woman, but also asexual. This alone really intrigued me, as I rarely find promising stories...

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  • Amy Lee
    Jul 02, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley A modern Sherlock Holmes retelling where Sherlock is an asexual lesbian? SIGN ME UP! Some recent adaptations that shall remain nameless have kind of caused me to stay away from Sherlock Holmes things in recent years but I really enj...

    This book was provided for free by the publisher and Love Bytes in exchange for an honest review. This review was first posted to Love Bytes: LGBTQ Book Reviews. It has been slightly edited here for content. I?ll admit, I was initially a little suspicious of this story. A lesbi...

    The idea of Sherlock Holmes as a woman? Cool. As an asexual lesbian? Okay. A Holmesian mystery? Yes please. Alchemy should have worked better for me, and I'm sorry it didn't... The present tense is almost always going to hurt a story for me. This tense rarely comes out sounding n...

    Anyone ever watch Warehouse 13? Remember how H.G. Wells is a woman? Welp. Now Sherlock Holmes is, too in Marie S. Crosswell's, Alchemy. Not only is she a woman, she's a gay woman, an asexual, gay woman. Never try to tell me representation doesn't matter, because it does. Any one of t...

    Oh this was so fascinating. A somewhat dark, modern, gender-swapped retelling of Sherlock Holmes, where not only is Sherlock asexual, but she falls in love with female Lestrade and still keeps her wonderful friendship with Watson? The story was intriguing, the ace relationship was cle...

    This review can also be found on Love in Panels A serial killer is on the loose and the messages he leaves with the bodies suggest that he?s trying to settle a score with Holmes. Now she has to find the person behind this but also deal with something entirely unexpected: the devel...

    Well written asexual female Sherlock Holmes? Yes please ...

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    I received an ARC of this book from the publishers via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. In this modern retelling of Sherlock Holmes, Sherlock is not only a woman, but also asexual. This alone really intrigued me, as I rarely find promising stories...

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  • Helen Kord
    Oct 01, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley A modern Sherlock Holmes retelling where Sherlock is an asexual lesbian? SIGN ME UP! Some recent adaptations that shall remain nameless have kind of caused me to stay away from Sherlock Holmes things in recent years but I really enj...

    This book was provided for free by the publisher and Love Bytes in exchange for an honest review. This review was first posted to Love Bytes: LGBTQ Book Reviews. It has been slightly edited here for content. I?ll admit, I was initially a little suspicious of this story. A lesbi...

    The idea of Sherlock Holmes as a woman? Cool. As an asexual lesbian? Okay. A Holmesian mystery? Yes please. Alchemy should have worked better for me, and I'm sorry it didn't... The present tense is almost always going to hurt a story for me. This tense rarely comes out sounding n...

    Anyone ever watch Warehouse 13? Remember how H.G. Wells is a woman? Welp. Now Sherlock Holmes is, too in Marie S. Crosswell's, Alchemy. Not only is she a woman, she's a gay woman, an asexual, gay woman. Never try to tell me representation doesn't matter, because it does. Any one of t...

    Oh this was so fascinating. A somewhat dark, modern, gender-swapped retelling of Sherlock Holmes, where not only is Sherlock asexual, but she falls in love with female Lestrade and still keeps her wonderful friendship with Watson? The story was intriguing, the ace relationship was cle...

  • Leslie
    Jun 26, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley A modern Sherlock Holmes retelling where Sherlock is an asexual lesbian? SIGN ME UP! Some recent adaptations that shall remain nameless have kind of caused me to stay away from Sherlock Holmes things in recent years but I really enj...

    This book was provided for free by the publisher and Love Bytes in exchange for an honest review. This review was first posted to Love Bytes: LGBTQ Book Reviews. It has been slightly edited here for content. I?ll admit, I was initially a little suspicious of this story. A lesbi...

    The idea of Sherlock Holmes as a woman? Cool. As an asexual lesbian? Okay. A Holmesian mystery? Yes please. Alchemy should have worked better for me, and I'm sorry it didn't... The present tense is almost always going to hurt a story for me. This tense rarely comes out sounding n...

    Anyone ever watch Warehouse 13? Remember how H.G. Wells is a woman? Welp. Now Sherlock Holmes is, too in Marie S. Crosswell's, Alchemy. Not only is she a woman, she's a gay woman, an asexual, gay woman. Never try to tell me representation doesn't matter, because it does. Any one of t...

  • Paulina
    Oct 14, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley A modern Sherlock Holmes retelling where Sherlock is an asexual lesbian? SIGN ME UP! Some recent adaptations that shall remain nameless have kind of caused me to stay away from Sherlock Holmes things in recent years but I really enj...

    This book was provided for free by the publisher and Love Bytes in exchange for an honest review. This review was first posted to Love Bytes: LGBTQ Book Reviews. It has been slightly edited here for content. I?ll admit, I was initially a little suspicious of this story. A lesbi...

    The idea of Sherlock Holmes as a woman? Cool. As an asexual lesbian? Okay. A Holmesian mystery? Yes please. Alchemy should have worked better for me, and I'm sorry it didn't... The present tense is almost always going to hurt a story for me. This tense rarely comes out sounding n...

    Anyone ever watch Warehouse 13? Remember how H.G. Wells is a woman? Welp. Now Sherlock Holmes is, too in Marie S. Crosswell's, Alchemy. Not only is she a woman, she's a gay woman, an asexual, gay woman. Never try to tell me representation doesn't matter, because it does. Any one of t...

    Oh this was so fascinating. A somewhat dark, modern, gender-swapped retelling of Sherlock Holmes, where not only is Sherlock asexual, but she falls in love with female Lestrade and still keeps her wonderful friendship with Watson? The story was intriguing, the ace relationship was cle...

    This review can also be found on Love in Panels A serial killer is on the loose and the messages he leaves with the bodies suggest that he?s trying to settle a score with Holmes. Now she has to find the person behind this but also deal with something entirely unexpected: the devel...

    Well written asexual female Sherlock Holmes? Yes please ...

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  • Corrie
    Jul 06, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

  • Anna
    Jun 30, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley A modern Sherlock Holmes retelling where Sherlock is an asexual lesbian? SIGN ME UP! Some recent adaptations that shall remain nameless have kind of caused me to stay away from Sherlock Holmes things in recent years but I really enj...

    This book was provided for free by the publisher and Love Bytes in exchange for an honest review. This review was first posted to Love Bytes: LGBTQ Book Reviews. It has been slightly edited here for content. I?ll admit, I was initially a little suspicious of this story. A lesbi...

    The idea of Sherlock Holmes as a woman? Cool. As an asexual lesbian? Okay. A Holmesian mystery? Yes please. Alchemy should have worked better for me, and I'm sorry it didn't... The present tense is almost always going to hurt a story for me. This tense rarely comes out sounding n...

    Anyone ever watch Warehouse 13? Remember how H.G. Wells is a woman? Welp. Now Sherlock Holmes is, too in Marie S. Crosswell's, Alchemy. Not only is she a woman, she's a gay woman, an asexual, gay woman. Never try to tell me representation doesn't matter, because it does. Any one of t...

    Oh this was so fascinating. A somewhat dark, modern, gender-swapped retelling of Sherlock Holmes, where not only is Sherlock asexual, but she falls in love with female Lestrade and still keeps her wonderful friendship with Watson? The story was intriguing, the ace relationship was cle...

    This review can also be found on Love in Panels A serial killer is on the loose and the messages he leaves with the bodies suggest that he?s trying to settle a score with Holmes. Now she has to find the person behind this but also deal with something entirely unexpected: the devel...

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  • Ayca
    Jul 01, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley A modern Sherlock Holmes retelling where Sherlock is an asexual lesbian? SIGN ME UP! Some recent adaptations that shall remain nameless have kind of caused me to stay away from Sherlock Holmes things in recent years but I really enj...

    This book was provided for free by the publisher and Love Bytes in exchange for an honest review. This review was first posted to Love Bytes: LGBTQ Book Reviews. It has been slightly edited here for content. I?ll admit, I was initially a little suspicious of this story. A lesbi...

    The idea of Sherlock Holmes as a woman? Cool. As an asexual lesbian? Okay. A Holmesian mystery? Yes please. Alchemy should have worked better for me, and I'm sorry it didn't... The present tense is almost always going to hurt a story for me. This tense rarely comes out sounding n...

    Anyone ever watch Warehouse 13? Remember how H.G. Wells is a woman? Welp. Now Sherlock Holmes is, too in Marie S. Crosswell's, Alchemy. Not only is she a woman, she's a gay woman, an asexual, gay woman. Never try to tell me representation doesn't matter, because it does. Any one of t...

    Oh this was so fascinating. A somewhat dark, modern, gender-swapped retelling of Sherlock Holmes, where not only is Sherlock asexual, but she falls in love with female Lestrade and still keeps her wonderful friendship with Watson? The story was intriguing, the ace relationship was cle...

    This review can also be found on Love in Panels A serial killer is on the loose and the messages he leaves with the bodies suggest that he?s trying to settle a score with Holmes. Now she has to find the person behind this but also deal with something entirely unexpected: the devel...

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  • Tsundoku
    Jul 02, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley A modern Sherlock Holmes retelling where Sherlock is an asexual lesbian? SIGN ME UP! Some recent adaptations that shall remain nameless have kind of caused me to stay away from Sherlock Holmes things in recent years but I really enj...

    This book was provided for free by the publisher and Love Bytes in exchange for an honest review. This review was first posted to Love Bytes: LGBTQ Book Reviews. It has been slightly edited here for content. I?ll admit, I was initially a little suspicious of this story. A lesbi...

    The idea of Sherlock Holmes as a woman? Cool. As an asexual lesbian? Okay. A Holmesian mystery? Yes please. Alchemy should have worked better for me, and I'm sorry it didn't... The present tense is almost always going to hurt a story for me. This tense rarely comes out sounding n...

    Anyone ever watch Warehouse 13? Remember how H.G. Wells is a woman? Welp. Now Sherlock Holmes is, too in Marie S. Crosswell's, Alchemy. Not only is she a woman, she's a gay woman, an asexual, gay woman. Never try to tell me representation doesn't matter, because it does. Any one of t...

    Oh this was so fascinating. A somewhat dark, modern, gender-swapped retelling of Sherlock Holmes, where not only is Sherlock asexual, but she falls in love with female Lestrade and still keeps her wonderful friendship with Watson? The story was intriguing, the ace relationship was cle...

    This review can also be found on Love in Panels A serial killer is on the loose and the messages he leaves with the bodies suggest that he?s trying to settle a score with Holmes. Now she has to find the person behind this but also deal with something entirely unexpected: the devel...

    Well written asexual female Sherlock Holmes? Yes please ...

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    I received an ARC of this book from the publishers via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. In this modern retelling of Sherlock Holmes, Sherlock is not only a woman, but also asexual. This alone really intrigued me, as I rarely find promising stories...

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  • Minerva
    Jun 30, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley A modern Sherlock Holmes retelling where Sherlock is an asexual lesbian? SIGN ME UP! Some recent adaptations that shall remain nameless have kind of caused me to stay away from Sherlock Holmes things in recent years but I really enj...

    This book was provided for free by the publisher and Love Bytes in exchange for an honest review. This review was first posted to Love Bytes: LGBTQ Book Reviews. It has been slightly edited here for content. I?ll admit, I was initially a little suspicious of this story. A lesbi...

    The idea of Sherlock Holmes as a woman? Cool. As an asexual lesbian? Okay. A Holmesian mystery? Yes please. Alchemy should have worked better for me, and I'm sorry it didn't... The present tense is almost always going to hurt a story for me. This tense rarely comes out sounding n...

    Anyone ever watch Warehouse 13? Remember how H.G. Wells is a woman? Welp. Now Sherlock Holmes is, too in Marie S. Crosswell's, Alchemy. Not only is she a woman, she's a gay woman, an asexual, gay woman. Never try to tell me representation doesn't matter, because it does. Any one of t...

    Oh this was so fascinating. A somewhat dark, modern, gender-swapped retelling of Sherlock Holmes, where not only is Sherlock asexual, but she falls in love with female Lestrade and still keeps her wonderful friendship with Watson? The story was intriguing, the ace relationship was cle...

    This review can also be found on Love in Panels A serial killer is on the loose and the messages he leaves with the bodies suggest that he?s trying to settle a score with Holmes. Now she has to find the person behind this but also deal with something entirely unexpected: the devel...

    Well written asexual female Sherlock Holmes? Yes please ...

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    I received an ARC of this book from the publishers via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. In this modern retelling of Sherlock Holmes, Sherlock is not only a woman, but also asexual. This alone really intrigued me, as I rarely find promising stories...

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  • Indi
    Jul 02, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley A modern Sherlock Holmes retelling where Sherlock is an asexual lesbian? SIGN ME UP! Some recent adaptations that shall remain nameless have kind of caused me to stay away from Sherlock Holmes things in recent years but I really enj...

    This book was provided for free by the publisher and Love Bytes in exchange for an honest review. This review was first posted to Love Bytes: LGBTQ Book Reviews. It has been slightly edited here for content. I?ll admit, I was initially a little suspicious of this story. A lesbi...

    The idea of Sherlock Holmes as a woman? Cool. As an asexual lesbian? Okay. A Holmesian mystery? Yes please. Alchemy should have worked better for me, and I'm sorry it didn't... The present tense is almost always going to hurt a story for me. This tense rarely comes out sounding n...

    Anyone ever watch Warehouse 13? Remember how H.G. Wells is a woman? Welp. Now Sherlock Holmes is, too in Marie S. Crosswell's, Alchemy. Not only is she a woman, she's a gay woman, an asexual, gay woman. Never try to tell me representation doesn't matter, because it does. Any one of t...

    Oh this was so fascinating. A somewhat dark, modern, gender-swapped retelling of Sherlock Holmes, where not only is Sherlock asexual, but she falls in love with female Lestrade and still keeps her wonderful friendship with Watson? The story was intriguing, the ace relationship was cle...

    This review can also be found on Love in Panels A serial killer is on the loose and the messages he leaves with the bodies suggest that he?s trying to settle a score with Holmes. Now she has to find the person behind this but also deal with something entirely unexpected: the devel...

    Well written asexual female Sherlock Holmes? Yes please ...

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  • Lex Kent
    Jul 01, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

  • lola!
    Jul 03, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley A modern Sherlock Holmes retelling where Sherlock is an asexual lesbian? SIGN ME UP! Some recent adaptations that shall remain nameless have kind of caused me to stay away from Sherlock Holmes things in recent years but I really enj...

    This book was provided for free by the publisher and Love Bytes in exchange for an honest review. This review was first posted to Love Bytes: LGBTQ Book Reviews. It has been slightly edited here for content. I?ll admit, I was initially a little suspicious of this story. A lesbi...

    The idea of Sherlock Holmes as a woman? Cool. As an asexual lesbian? Okay. A Holmesian mystery? Yes please. Alchemy should have worked better for me, and I'm sorry it didn't... The present tense is almost always going to hurt a story for me. This tense rarely comes out sounding n...

    Anyone ever watch Warehouse 13? Remember how H.G. Wells is a woman? Welp. Now Sherlock Holmes is, too in Marie S. Crosswell's, Alchemy. Not only is she a woman, she's a gay woman, an asexual, gay woman. Never try to tell me representation doesn't matter, because it does. Any one of t...

    Oh this was so fascinating. A somewhat dark, modern, gender-swapped retelling of Sherlock Holmes, where not only is Sherlock asexual, but she falls in love with female Lestrade and still keeps her wonderful friendship with Watson? The story was intriguing, the ace relationship was cle...

    This review can also be found on Love in Panels A serial killer is on the loose and the messages he leaves with the bodies suggest that he?s trying to settle a score with Holmes. Now she has to find the person behind this but also deal with something entirely unexpected: the devel...

    Well written asexual female Sherlock Holmes? Yes please ...

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    I received an ARC of this book from the publishers via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. In this modern retelling of Sherlock Holmes, Sherlock is not only a woman, but also asexual. This alone really intrigued me, as I rarely find promising stories...

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  • Chris
    Jul 02, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley A modern Sherlock Holmes retelling where Sherlock is an asexual lesbian? SIGN ME UP! Some recent adaptations that shall remain nameless have kind of caused me to stay away from Sherlock Holmes things in recent years but I really enj...

    This book was provided for free by the publisher and Love Bytes in exchange for an honest review. This review was first posted to Love Bytes: LGBTQ Book Reviews. It has been slightly edited here for content. I?ll admit, I was initially a little suspicious of this story. A lesbi...

    The idea of Sherlock Holmes as a woman? Cool. As an asexual lesbian? Okay. A Holmesian mystery? Yes please. Alchemy should have worked better for me, and I'm sorry it didn't... The present tense is almost always going to hurt a story for me. This tense rarely comes out sounding n...

    Anyone ever watch Warehouse 13? Remember how H.G. Wells is a woman? Welp. Now Sherlock Holmes is, too in Marie S. Crosswell's, Alchemy. Not only is she a woman, she's a gay woman, an asexual, gay woman. Never try to tell me representation doesn't matter, because it does. Any one of t...

    Oh this was so fascinating. A somewhat dark, modern, gender-swapped retelling of Sherlock Holmes, where not only is Sherlock asexual, but she falls in love with female Lestrade and still keeps her wonderful friendship with Watson? The story was intriguing, the ace relationship was cle...

    This review can also be found on Love in Panels A serial killer is on the loose and the messages he leaves with the bodies suggest that he?s trying to settle a score with Holmes. Now she has to find the person behind this but also deal with something entirely unexpected: the devel...

    Well written asexual female Sherlock Holmes? Yes please ...

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    I received an ARC of this book from the publishers via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. In this modern retelling of Sherlock Holmes, Sherlock is not only a woman, but also asexual. This alone really intrigued me, as I rarely find promising stories...

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  • R T
    Jul 03, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley A modern Sherlock Holmes retelling where Sherlock is an asexual lesbian? SIGN ME UP! Some recent adaptations that shall remain nameless have kind of caused me to stay away from Sherlock Holmes things in recent years but I really enj...

    This book was provided for free by the publisher and Love Bytes in exchange for an honest review. This review was first posted to Love Bytes: LGBTQ Book Reviews. It has been slightly edited here for content. I?ll admit, I was initially a little suspicious of this story. A lesbi...

    The idea of Sherlock Holmes as a woman? Cool. As an asexual lesbian? Okay. A Holmesian mystery? Yes please. Alchemy should have worked better for me, and I'm sorry it didn't... The present tense is almost always going to hurt a story for me. This tense rarely comes out sounding n...

    Anyone ever watch Warehouse 13? Remember how H.G. Wells is a woman? Welp. Now Sherlock Holmes is, too in Marie S. Crosswell's, Alchemy. Not only is she a woman, she's a gay woman, an asexual, gay woman. Never try to tell me representation doesn't matter, because it does. Any one of t...

    Oh this was so fascinating. A somewhat dark, modern, gender-swapped retelling of Sherlock Holmes, where not only is Sherlock asexual, but she falls in love with female Lestrade and still keeps her wonderful friendship with Watson? The story was intriguing, the ace relationship was cle...

    This review can also be found on Love in Panels A serial killer is on the loose and the messages he leaves with the bodies suggest that he?s trying to settle a score with Holmes. Now she has to find the person behind this but also deal with something entirely unexpected: the devel...

    Well written asexual female Sherlock Holmes? Yes please ...

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  • Quan Jenkins
    Jul 02, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley A modern Sherlock Holmes retelling where Sherlock is an asexual lesbian? SIGN ME UP! Some recent adaptations that shall remain nameless have kind of caused me to stay away from Sherlock Holmes things in recent years but I really enj...

    This book was provided for free by the publisher and Love Bytes in exchange for an honest review. This review was first posted to Love Bytes: LGBTQ Book Reviews. It has been slightly edited here for content. I?ll admit, I was initially a little suspicious of this story. A lesbi...

    The idea of Sherlock Holmes as a woman? Cool. As an asexual lesbian? Okay. A Holmesian mystery? Yes please. Alchemy should have worked better for me, and I'm sorry it didn't... The present tense is almost always going to hurt a story for me. This tense rarely comes out sounding n...

    Anyone ever watch Warehouse 13? Remember how H.G. Wells is a woman? Welp. Now Sherlock Holmes is, too in Marie S. Crosswell's, Alchemy. Not only is she a woman, she's a gay woman, an asexual, gay woman. Never try to tell me representation doesn't matter, because it does. Any one of t...

    Oh this was so fascinating. A somewhat dark, modern, gender-swapped retelling of Sherlock Holmes, where not only is Sherlock asexual, but she falls in love with female Lestrade and still keeps her wonderful friendship with Watson? The story was intriguing, the ace relationship was cle...

    This review can also be found on Love in Panels A serial killer is on the loose and the messages he leaves with the bodies suggest that he?s trying to settle a score with Holmes. Now she has to find the person behind this but also deal with something entirely unexpected: the devel...

    Well written asexual female Sherlock Holmes? Yes please ...

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    I received an ARC of this book from the publishers via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. In this modern retelling of Sherlock Holmes, Sherlock is not only a woman, but also asexual. This alone really intrigued me, as I rarely find promising stories...

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  • MD
    Jul 01, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley A modern Sherlock Holmes retelling where Sherlock is an asexual lesbian? SIGN ME UP! Some recent adaptations that shall remain nameless have kind of caused me to stay away from Sherlock Holmes things in recent years but I really enj...

    This book was provided for free by the publisher and Love Bytes in exchange for an honest review. This review was first posted to Love Bytes: LGBTQ Book Reviews. It has been slightly edited here for content. I?ll admit, I was initially a little suspicious of this story. A lesbi...

    The idea of Sherlock Holmes as a woman? Cool. As an asexual lesbian? Okay. A Holmesian mystery? Yes please. Alchemy should have worked better for me, and I'm sorry it didn't... The present tense is almost always going to hurt a story for me. This tense rarely comes out sounding n...

    Anyone ever watch Warehouse 13? Remember how H.G. Wells is a woman? Welp. Now Sherlock Holmes is, too in Marie S. Crosswell's, Alchemy. Not only is she a woman, she's a gay woman, an asexual, gay woman. Never try to tell me representation doesn't matter, because it does. Any one of t...

    Oh this was so fascinating. A somewhat dark, modern, gender-swapped retelling of Sherlock Holmes, where not only is Sherlock asexual, but she falls in love with female Lestrade and still keeps her wonderful friendship with Watson? The story was intriguing, the ace relationship was cle...

    This review can also be found on Love in Panels A serial killer is on the loose and the messages he leaves with the bodies suggest that he?s trying to settle a score with Holmes. Now she has to find the person behind this but also deal with something entirely unexpected: the devel...

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  • Prithvi Bollu
    Jul 07, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley A modern Sherlock Holmes retelling where Sherlock is an asexual lesbian? SIGN ME UP! Some recent adaptations that shall remain nameless have kind of caused me to stay away from Sherlock Holmes things in recent years but I really enj...

    This book was provided for free by the publisher and Love Bytes in exchange for an honest review. This review was first posted to Love Bytes: LGBTQ Book Reviews. It has been slightly edited here for content. I?ll admit, I was initially a little suspicious of this story. A lesbi...

    The idea of Sherlock Holmes as a woman? Cool. As an asexual lesbian? Okay. A Holmesian mystery? Yes please. Alchemy should have worked better for me, and I'm sorry it didn't... The present tense is almost always going to hurt a story for me. This tense rarely comes out sounding n...

    Anyone ever watch Warehouse 13? Remember how H.G. Wells is a woman? Welp. Now Sherlock Holmes is, too in Marie S. Crosswell's, Alchemy. Not only is she a woman, she's a gay woman, an asexual, gay woman. Never try to tell me representation doesn't matter, because it does. Any one of t...

    Oh this was so fascinating. A somewhat dark, modern, gender-swapped retelling of Sherlock Holmes, where not only is Sherlock asexual, but she falls in love with female Lestrade and still keeps her wonderful friendship with Watson? The story was intriguing, the ace relationship was cle...

    This review can also be found on Love in Panels A serial killer is on the loose and the messages he leaves with the bodies suggest that he?s trying to settle a score with Holmes. Now she has to find the person behind this but also deal with something entirely unexpected: the devel...

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  • Alex
    Oct 20, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley A modern Sherlock Holmes retelling where Sherlock is an asexual lesbian? SIGN ME UP! Some recent adaptations that shall remain nameless have kind of caused me to stay away from Sherlock Holmes things in recent years but I really enj...

    This book was provided for free by the publisher and Love Bytes in exchange for an honest review. This review was first posted to Love Bytes: LGBTQ Book Reviews. It has been slightly edited here for content. I?ll admit, I was initially a little suspicious of this story. A lesbi...

    The idea of Sherlock Holmes as a woman? Cool. As an asexual lesbian? Okay. A Holmesian mystery? Yes please. Alchemy should have worked better for me, and I'm sorry it didn't... The present tense is almost always going to hurt a story for me. This tense rarely comes out sounding n...

    Anyone ever watch Warehouse 13? Remember how H.G. Wells is a woman? Welp. Now Sherlock Holmes is, too in Marie S. Crosswell's, Alchemy. Not only is she a woman, she's a gay woman, an asexual, gay woman. Never try to tell me representation doesn't matter, because it does. Any one of t...

    Oh this was so fascinating. A somewhat dark, modern, gender-swapped retelling of Sherlock Holmes, where not only is Sherlock asexual, but she falls in love with female Lestrade and still keeps her wonderful friendship with Watson? The story was intriguing, the ace relationship was cle...

    This review can also be found on Love in Panels A serial killer is on the loose and the messages he leaves with the bodies suggest that he?s trying to settle a score with Holmes. Now she has to find the person behind this but also deal with something entirely unexpected: the devel...

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  • Vivian Opara
    Jun 23, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley A modern Sherlock Holmes retelling where Sherlock is an asexual lesbian? SIGN ME UP! Some recent adaptations that shall remain nameless have kind of caused me to stay away from Sherlock Holmes things in recent years but I really enj...

    This book was provided for free by the publisher and Love Bytes in exchange for an honest review. This review was first posted to Love Bytes: LGBTQ Book Reviews. It has been slightly edited here for content. I?ll admit, I was initially a little suspicious of this story. A lesbi...

    The idea of Sherlock Holmes as a woman? Cool. As an asexual lesbian? Okay. A Holmesian mystery? Yes please. Alchemy should have worked better for me, and I'm sorry it didn't... The present tense is almost always going to hurt a story for me. This tense rarely comes out sounding n...

    Anyone ever watch Warehouse 13? Remember how H.G. Wells is a woman? Welp. Now Sherlock Holmes is, too in Marie S. Crosswell's, Alchemy. Not only is she a woman, she's a gay woman, an asexual, gay woman. Never try to tell me representation doesn't matter, because it does. Any one of t...

    Oh this was so fascinating. A somewhat dark, modern, gender-swapped retelling of Sherlock Holmes, where not only is Sherlock asexual, but she falls in love with female Lestrade and still keeps her wonderful friendship with Watson? The story was intriguing, the ace relationship was cle...

    This review can also be found on Love in Panels A serial killer is on the loose and the messages he leaves with the bodies suggest that he?s trying to settle a score with Holmes. Now she has to find the person behind this but also deal with something entirely unexpected: the devel...

    Well written asexual female Sherlock Holmes? Yes please ...

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  • Holly
    Jul 02, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley A modern Sherlock Holmes retelling where Sherlock is an asexual lesbian? SIGN ME UP! Some recent adaptations that shall remain nameless have kind of caused me to stay away from Sherlock Holmes things in recent years but I really enj...

    This book was provided for free by the publisher and Love Bytes in exchange for an honest review. This review was first posted to Love Bytes: LGBTQ Book Reviews. It has been slightly edited here for content. I?ll admit, I was initially a little suspicious of this story. A lesbi...

    The idea of Sherlock Holmes as a woman? Cool. As an asexual lesbian? Okay. A Holmesian mystery? Yes please. Alchemy should have worked better for me, and I'm sorry it didn't... The present tense is almost always going to hurt a story for me. This tense rarely comes out sounding n...

    Anyone ever watch Warehouse 13? Remember how H.G. Wells is a woman? Welp. Now Sherlock Holmes is, too in Marie S. Crosswell's, Alchemy. Not only is she a woman, she's a gay woman, an asexual, gay woman. Never try to tell me representation doesn't matter, because it does. Any one of t...

    Oh this was so fascinating. A somewhat dark, modern, gender-swapped retelling of Sherlock Holmes, where not only is Sherlock asexual, but she falls in love with female Lestrade and still keeps her wonderful friendship with Watson? The story was intriguing, the ace relationship was cle...

    This review can also be found on Love in Panels A serial killer is on the loose and the messages he leaves with the bodies suggest that he?s trying to settle a score with Holmes. Now she has to find the person behind this but also deal with something entirely unexpected: the devel...

    Well written asexual female Sherlock Holmes? Yes please ...

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  • BadassCmd
    Jul 03, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

  • Ariadna
    Jul 12, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley A modern Sherlock Holmes retelling where Sherlock is an asexual lesbian? SIGN ME UP! Some recent adaptations that shall remain nameless have kind of caused me to stay away from Sherlock Holmes things in recent years but I really enj...

    This book was provided for free by the publisher and Love Bytes in exchange for an honest review. This review was first posted to Love Bytes: LGBTQ Book Reviews. It has been slightly edited here for content. I?ll admit, I was initially a little suspicious of this story. A lesbi...

    The idea of Sherlock Holmes as a woman? Cool. As an asexual lesbian? Okay. A Holmesian mystery? Yes please. Alchemy should have worked better for me, and I'm sorry it didn't... The present tense is almost always going to hurt a story for me. This tense rarely comes out sounding n...

    Anyone ever watch Warehouse 13? Remember how H.G. Wells is a woman? Welp. Now Sherlock Holmes is, too in Marie S. Crosswell's, Alchemy. Not only is she a woman, she's a gay woman, an asexual, gay woman. Never try to tell me representation doesn't matter, because it does. Any one of t...

    Oh this was so fascinating. A somewhat dark, modern, gender-swapped retelling of Sherlock Holmes, where not only is Sherlock asexual, but she falls in love with female Lestrade and still keeps her wonderful friendship with Watson? The story was intriguing, the ace relationship was cle...

    This review can also be found on Love in Panels A serial killer is on the loose and the messages he leaves with the bodies suggest that he?s trying to settle a score with Holmes. Now she has to find the person behind this but also deal with something entirely unexpected: the devel...

    Well written asexual female Sherlock Holmes? Yes please ...

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  • JaimeL
    Jun 25, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley A modern Sherlock Holmes retelling where Sherlock is an asexual lesbian? SIGN ME UP! Some recent adaptations that shall remain nameless have kind of caused me to stay away from Sherlock Holmes things in recent years but I really enj...

    This book was provided for free by the publisher and Love Bytes in exchange for an honest review. This review was first posted to Love Bytes: LGBTQ Book Reviews. It has been slightly edited here for content. I?ll admit, I was initially a little suspicious of this story. A lesbi...

    The idea of Sherlock Holmes as a woman? Cool. As an asexual lesbian? Okay. A Holmesian mystery? Yes please. Alchemy should have worked better for me, and I'm sorry it didn't... The present tense is almost always going to hurt a story for me. This tense rarely comes out sounding n...

    Anyone ever watch Warehouse 13? Remember how H.G. Wells is a woman? Welp. Now Sherlock Holmes is, too in Marie S. Crosswell's, Alchemy. Not only is she a woman, she's a gay woman, an asexual, gay woman. Never try to tell me representation doesn't matter, because it does. Any one of t...

    Oh this was so fascinating. A somewhat dark, modern, gender-swapped retelling of Sherlock Holmes, where not only is Sherlock asexual, but she falls in love with female Lestrade and still keeps her wonderful friendship with Watson? The story was intriguing, the ace relationship was cle...

    This review can also be found on Love in Panels A serial killer is on the loose and the messages he leaves with the bodies suggest that he?s trying to settle a score with Holmes. Now she has to find the person behind this but also deal with something entirely unexpected: the devel...

    Well written asexual female Sherlock Holmes? Yes please ...

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    I received an ARC of this book from the publishers via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. In this modern retelling of Sherlock Holmes, Sherlock is not only a woman, but also asexual. This alone really intrigued me, as I rarely find promising stories...

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  • Mia Pavlić
    Jul 03, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley A modern Sherlock Holmes retelling where Sherlock is an asexual lesbian? SIGN ME UP! Some recent adaptations that shall remain nameless have kind of caused me to stay away from Sherlock Holmes things in recent years but I really enj...

    This book was provided for free by the publisher and Love Bytes in exchange for an honest review. This review was first posted to Love Bytes: LGBTQ Book Reviews. It has been slightly edited here for content. I?ll admit, I was initially a little suspicious of this story. A lesbi...

    The idea of Sherlock Holmes as a woman? Cool. As an asexual lesbian? Okay. A Holmesian mystery? Yes please. Alchemy should have worked better for me, and I'm sorry it didn't... The present tense is almost always going to hurt a story for me. This tense rarely comes out sounding n...

    Anyone ever watch Warehouse 13? Remember how H.G. Wells is a woman? Welp. Now Sherlock Holmes is, too in Marie S. Crosswell's, Alchemy. Not only is she a woman, she's a gay woman, an asexual, gay woman. Never try to tell me representation doesn't matter, because it does. Any one of t...

    Oh this was so fascinating. A somewhat dark, modern, gender-swapped retelling of Sherlock Holmes, where not only is Sherlock asexual, but she falls in love with female Lestrade and still keeps her wonderful friendship with Watson? The story was intriguing, the ace relationship was cle...

    This review can also be found on Love in Panels A serial killer is on the loose and the messages he leaves with the bodies suggest that he?s trying to settle a score with Holmes. Now she has to find the person behind this but also deal with something entirely unexpected: the devel...

    Well written asexual female Sherlock Holmes? Yes please ...

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  • Wildfelix1
    May 07, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley A modern Sherlock Holmes retelling where Sherlock is an asexual lesbian? SIGN ME UP! Some recent adaptations that shall remain nameless have kind of caused me to stay away from Sherlock Holmes things in recent years but I really enj...

    This book was provided for free by the publisher and Love Bytes in exchange for an honest review. This review was first posted to Love Bytes: LGBTQ Book Reviews. It has been slightly edited here for content. I?ll admit, I was initially a little suspicious of this story. A lesbi...

    The idea of Sherlock Holmes as a woman? Cool. As an asexual lesbian? Okay. A Holmesian mystery? Yes please. Alchemy should have worked better for me, and I'm sorry it didn't... The present tense is almost always going to hurt a story for me. This tense rarely comes out sounding n...

    Anyone ever watch Warehouse 13? Remember how H.G. Wells is a woman? Welp. Now Sherlock Holmes is, too in Marie S. Crosswell's, Alchemy. Not only is she a woman, she's a gay woman, an asexual, gay woman. Never try to tell me representation doesn't matter, because it does. Any one of t...

    Oh this was so fascinating. A somewhat dark, modern, gender-swapped retelling of Sherlock Holmes, where not only is Sherlock asexual, but she falls in love with female Lestrade and still keeps her wonderful friendship with Watson? The story was intriguing, the ace relationship was cle...

    This review can also be found on Love in Panels A serial killer is on the loose and the messages he leaves with the bodies suggest that he?s trying to settle a score with Holmes. Now she has to find the person behind this but also deal with something entirely unexpected: the devel...

    Well written asexual female Sherlock Holmes? Yes please ...

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    I received an ARC of this book from the publishers via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. In this modern retelling of Sherlock Holmes, Sherlock is not only a woman, but also asexual. This alone really intrigued me, as I rarely find promising stories...

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  • lov2laf
    Jul 01, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley A modern Sherlock Holmes retelling where Sherlock is an asexual lesbian? SIGN ME UP! Some recent adaptations that shall remain nameless have kind of caused me to stay away from Sherlock Holmes things in recent years but I really enj...

    This book was provided for free by the publisher and Love Bytes in exchange for an honest review. This review was first posted to Love Bytes: LGBTQ Book Reviews. It has been slightly edited here for content. I?ll admit, I was initially a little suspicious of this story. A lesbi...

    The idea of Sherlock Holmes as a woman? Cool. As an asexual lesbian? Okay. A Holmesian mystery? Yes please. Alchemy should have worked better for me, and I'm sorry it didn't... The present tense is almost always going to hurt a story for me. This tense rarely comes out sounding n...

    Anyone ever watch Warehouse 13? Remember how H.G. Wells is a woman? Welp. Now Sherlock Holmes is, too in Marie S. Crosswell's, Alchemy. Not only is she a woman, she's a gay woman, an asexual, gay woman. Never try to tell me representation doesn't matter, because it does. Any one of t...

    Oh this was so fascinating. A somewhat dark, modern, gender-swapped retelling of Sherlock Holmes, where not only is Sherlock asexual, but she falls in love with female Lestrade and still keeps her wonderful friendship with Watson? The story was intriguing, the ace relationship was cle...

    This review can also be found on Love in Panels A serial killer is on the loose and the messages he leaves with the bodies suggest that he?s trying to settle a score with Holmes. Now she has to find the person behind this but also deal with something entirely unexpected: the devel...

    Well written asexual female Sherlock Holmes? Yes please ...

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  • Am4u ❀ ~ AprilMarie4u ~ ❀
    May 14, 2018

    3.5 Stars. This was a pretty good modernized and gender switched Sherlock Homes novella. In this story Sherlock is an asexual lesbian, Watson is also a lesbian and Detective Lestrade is a woman. There are a few other characters you might recognize from the Holmes universe but they didn...

    I received an ARC of this book from Less Than Three Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unlike many reviews I?ve attempted recently, the start of this one is easy: Why did I read this work here? Because it involves Sherlock Holmes, it?s a short story, it?s a ...

    Alchemy is a modern day Sherlock Holmes story and I have to confess I am so used to reading it set in Victorian times that I assumed this one was as well. So when the language was completely off I went back to the blurb and realized my mistake. I still prefer a Victorian Sherlock th...

    ?Someone like you can?t be the hero without someone like me.? I really enjoyed this genderbent wlw Sherlock novella. I mean, of course I did, since nearly everyone is a lady besides the bad guys. That being said, I'm not a fan of present tense and the case Sherlock is worki...

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley A modern Sherlock Holmes retelling where Sherlock is an asexual lesbian? SIGN ME UP! Some recent adaptations that shall remain nameless have kind of caused me to stay away from Sherlock Holmes things in recent years but I really enj...

    This book was provided for free by the publisher and Love Bytes in exchange for an honest review. This review was first posted to Love Bytes: LGBTQ Book Reviews. It has been slightly edited here for content. I?ll admit, I was initially a little suspicious of this story. A lesbi...

    The idea of Sherlock Holmes as a woman? Cool. As an asexual lesbian? Okay. A Holmesian mystery? Yes please. Alchemy should have worked better for me, and I'm sorry it didn't... The present tense is almost always going to hurt a story for me. This tense rarely comes out sounding n...

    Anyone ever watch Warehouse 13? Remember how H.G. Wells is a woman? Welp. Now Sherlock Holmes is, too in Marie S. Crosswell's, Alchemy. Not only is she a woman, she's a gay woman, an asexual, gay woman. Never try to tell me representation doesn't matter, because it does. Any one of t...

    Oh this was so fascinating. A somewhat dark, modern, gender-swapped retelling of Sherlock Holmes, where not only is Sherlock asexual, but she falls in love with female Lestrade and still keeps her wonderful friendship with Watson? The story was intriguing, the ace relationship was cle...

    This review can also be found on Love in Panels A serial killer is on the loose and the messages he leaves with the bodies suggest that he?s trying to settle a score with Holmes. Now she has to find the person behind this but also deal with something entirely unexpected: the devel...

    Well written asexual female Sherlock Holmes? Yes please ...

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    I received an ARC of this book from the publishers via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. In this modern retelling of Sherlock Holmes, Sherlock is not only a woman, but also asexual. This alone really intrigued me, as I rarely find promising stories...

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