Book Review | The Silkworm by Robert Galbraith a.k.a JK Rowling

Just finished my third book of the months! OMG. Haha. I never believe it myself. So, you all may know what are the reason behind all my hiatus. Of course, reading and  reading again. And there is also few courses that I need to attend well you know for improving thingy – Alhamdulillah for the hectic week. 

But yes, lets have some review.

Its hard to resist and move on from the previous series of Cormoran and Robin adventure (The Cuckoo’s Calling) , definitely this two are the best partner in investigation ever. So, I grab the second novel by putting Seruan Trilogy in que before I finish this current novel. I fall in love with both of the characters (and I hope not to be blinded by the author status) but still, I enjoyed this novel so much. Im glad I’ve picked it up from the first place. 

Private investigator Cormoran Strike returns in a new mystery from Robert Galbraith, author of the #1 international bestseller The Cuckoo’s Calling.
When novelist Owen Quine goes missing, his wife calls in private detective Cormoran Strike. At first, Mrs. Quine just thinks her husband has gone off by himself for a few days—as he has done before—and she wants Strike to find him and bring him home.
But as Strike investigates, it becomes clear that there is more to Quine’s disappearance than his wife realizes. The novelist has just completed a manuscript featuring poisonous pen-portraits of almost everyone he knows. If the novel were to be published, it would ruin lives—meaning that there are a lot of people who might want him silenced.
When Quine is found brutally murdered under bizarre circumstances, it becomes a race against time to understand the motivation of a ruthless killer, a killer unlike any Strike has encountered before
Tbh, this novel are easy to predict who the real doer is, just that RG usually and habit-ly conceal the truth by letting her readers believe that they were loaded with enough information by holding the real mystery which best to be reveal at the end of the plot *this is where everything make sense-that-kind of feeling).

I’m reading this book by knowing that I know who the real killer is, but I do not have enough proof to accuse that character. That is the very reason why I need to read the book page by page, so that I does not miss anything in concluding my inference. 
Yet, it still an enjoyable reading. All the mystery stuff will only lead you to an end of satisfy results. Plus now, I’m reading the third novel of Cormoran Strike mystery adventures, and on this third book I began to notice that its all about Strike and Robin hidden personal feelings (cause I’m rooting on it). Tho when I read the third one it sound more like a romance novel instead of a mystery novel. But its always nice to know and predict who the real doer in this third novel. 

Rates : ★★★☆☆

Welcome Into Bookish World

  • Finally I'm finished with this extraordinary book. It was the best I've read since Cuckoo's Calling. The details - omg the details was very well written, very pack with information.
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Since the beginning cormoran series was about which one will survive first; either you choose your work over family, or family over work.
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The highlight of this novel also : You can choose who you wanna be, you dont need to cling to other people emotion (or even circumstances) to do what you care about.
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And Robin in here is so outstanding and strong woman. I'm not done with cursing at Matthew but I better kept it for myself. .
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Not just Mr Galbraith had a complex yet will written mystery to solve into, its like witnessing a true crime and your heart just want to reach that bloody truth - which way too far till it happen as this book was thick as hell - 600+ pages guys.
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The only catalyst to keep my reading pace is to get on that part when will Robin slap Matt on the face. Although the 'slapping' (in words) does not meet my expectation cause Matthew receive all the swear in the world - okay im overdramatic. Well maybe because I've been in Robin place. Its a realationship of a woman who cant breakup and a man who too damn afraid to leave. .
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And yeah. As I said, it will be a looong journey before we know Robin & Cormoran will be together or not. It happen to be like Harry Potter series all over again where Ron & Hermoine only getting together on the last book.
Well, lets the love find its own way. And yeah. This book deserve 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 😉💫
  • 5 🌟 review up on the link 👆
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I remember how its stabs my heart several times and kept me with a weird feeling lurking in my stomach.
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My advice, please do not read this book on the public area as you'll grin like a mad person before u even realize it AND do not read it on the late night, where everyone had fall asleep, the eerie side of this book may freak u out.
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Well done @yangszechoo for the writing 😘❤️
  • 📖3✨ Review 📖
 I shall say only three words for this book : short, fastfoward and paranormal.
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The story involving two malay detectives pushed into a tangled world of paranormal serial killer, a vampire like. But what matter the most, it has a connection from their ancestor. .
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There were still much hole on the plot as there were several unanswered questions at the end of the book. Still, the crucial questions had all been covered, so that not gonna be a problem.
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Its also have a plot twist which I did not expect nor do I excited about. Its just so-so.
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The ending for me does not satisfied as there are so much 'Why this and that?'.
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But yeah still a nice fast foward reading, this first published book for RAM Typewriter gotta glued you till the end with the curiousity bait in every pages.
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P/s : Are you a fan of RAM? Have you read this book? Or what was your fave RAM' s book?
P/s : Im not really a fan of RAM, but my mom is. Only she always read the first and the last chapter😂
#ramleeawangmurshid #kasyafain
  • Today Gratitude : To all the follower of this IG account. .
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As an introvert, i found its really hard to interact with other human being because of the shyness been accumulated inside me. I have no other words to decribe how meaningful other was to me. The reader, the follower or even the bypasser of this bookstagram pages, i would like to sincerely thank you for doing so. I pray for your everlasting wellness. May the goodness always in your favor ❤️.
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Dont let it stop here. Pass your own gratitude to other. Spread the positivity so there is no way for a blues monday.
  • Fix me in this path ya Allah.
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Kau kena faham, untuk berada di jalan yang kau pilih, untuk mengejar impian, tak semua akan faham bagaimana kau menjalankannya.
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Nasihat aku pada diri sendiri, keep moving on and teruskan berdoa in every step we take. Percaya dengan sebulat tekad, bahawa jalan terbaik bukanlah yg pada akhirnya berjaya, tapi pada proses kau mengenal Majikan Kau yang sebenarnya. Indeed He is Capable of Everything.
  • Izinkan aku membaca untuk seribu tahun lama lagi.
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Im out of words but soon im gonna post my book haul in my blog. 😁😁