London, 1885. Seemingly disparate citizens are falling victim to a plague of madness which continually evokes in increasingly curious ways the whimsical worlds of Lewis Carroll. As the mystery deepens, the only thing becoming clearer is the proper man for the job. But what happens when Sherlock Holmes the world's foremost logician enters a realm where logic does not exist? Inevitable and surprising, dark and humorous, fresh yet classically-minded, canonical yet entirely its own, Sherlock Through The Looking-Glass deftly explores the nature of reality, the choices we make, and the legacy we leave.