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Hj, ao sair de casa, vi que Conan estava com uma bolinha branca na boca, só no caminho do trabalho que fui perceber que era a borracha do meu fone.

Hj, ao sair de casa, vi que Conan estava com uma bolinha branca na boca, só no caminho do trabalho que fui perceber que era a borracha do meu fone.

Reto: Sherlock Holmes (ATEMPORAL)    Buenos días bigotudos no sé si lo sabíais pero adoro a Sherlock Holmes desde que papá me trajo un librito con tres historias cortas de Arthur Conan Doyle. Qué ocurrió? Que vi este reto del blog de Katia y no pude resistirme a apuntarme.  El reto consiste en leer todas las historias del detective famoso del 221 de Baker Street en el tiempo que necesitemos. Por ese motivo me apunté si llego a tener que leerlos en un año me da algo que este hombre escribió…

Reto: Sherlock Holmes (ATEMPORAL) Buenos días bigotudos no sé si lo sabíais pero adoro a Sherlock Holmes desde que papá me trajo un librito con tres historias cortas de Arthur Conan Doyle. Qué ocurrió? Que vi este reto del blog de Katia y no pude resistirme a apuntarme. El reto consiste en leer todas las historias del detective famoso del 221 de Baker Street en el tiempo que necesitemos. Por ese motivo me apunté si llego a tener que leerlos en un año me da algo que este hombre escribió…

Robert E. Howard, creator of Conan and father of the Sword and Sorcery genre.

Robert E. Howard, creator of Conan and father of the Sword and Sorcery genre.

Tepui, Venezuela.Those who favor mythical tales involving spiritual natives living in harmony with magical plants and flying dragons might prefer the alternative name given to this two billion year old geological formation – The Lost World, after Conan Doyle’s 1912 novel. Due to its remote location far from the eyes and hands of the developed world, a diverse range of animal and plant species – completely unique – have been able to flourish. Clearly, the Na'vi would feel right at home.

Tepui, Venezuela.Those who favor mythical tales involving spiritual natives living in harmony with magical plants and flying dragons might prefer the alternative name given to this two billion year old geological formation – The Lost World, after Conan Doyle’s 1912 novel. Due to its remote location far from the eyes and hands of the developed world, a diverse range of animal and plant species – completely unique – have been able to flourish. Clearly, the Na'vi would feel right at home.

Page from Arthur Conan Doyle's Article Discussing the Evidence for the Existence of Fairies

Page from Arthur Conan Doyle's Article Discussing the Evidence for the Existence of Fairies

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