After ploughing through 'Fall of Giants' by Ken Follett, I'm now reading a book that I'm enjoying! Although the method in which I am reading 'The Hound of the Baskervilles' by Arthur Conan Doyle (on my PC tablet) isn't as good as the reading experience you get with a paperback, I'm really like this book.
Being a fan of the tv series 'Sherlock' which is based on the 'Sherlock Holmes' novels, I was interested to see how the programmes differ from the original texts. In some ways the two versions of 'The Hounds of the Baskervilles' are very different, but the same intrigue and essence of the character of Sherlock is contained within the TV programme and the book.
Here's a 'snippet':
Page 107: 'It was several miles off, but I could distinctly see a dark dot against the dull green and gray.'
'The Hound of the Baskervilles' by Arthur Conan Doyle
Whatever you're up to, enjoy the rest of the weekend.