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

  • What if, you are a ghostwriter. What it felt to write something for someone as themself and they take the credit? .
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This is indeed a digging the truth in a very deep way kind of writing. .
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I manage to visit a bookXcess outlet on Fahreinheit (after accidently mistook their warehouse an outlet 😅😅😅). And i'm both excited and amaze on how low all the books prices was. Due to my tight budget Im very glad to have some new books haul to bring back to KK and living with the most relaxing time of my life - reading.
  • Once I've been told about how reading can makes us learn new things, so that we can learn more words, so then we can express what we feel in the form of writing. .
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Reading and writing both have been my theraphy, I thought that it can save me from the pressure and exhausting feeling from what I do everyday.
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It do sometimes. .
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#bookblogger
  • I need to admit that I found Donatella perspective was way too adventerous compared to Scarlett. 😇 #legendary #stephaniegarber .
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I keep forgetting about whom is whom from Caraval and I feel a little bit lost learning where Dante comes from 😂 Hence I put Caraval on my next list just to recap what actually happen. .
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As the lovey dovey thing I prefer Tella dilemma in choosing love rather than Scar. .
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Q: #teamTella or #teamScar?
  • Akhirnya aku membaca buku ini dipandu emosi diluar kewarasan. 
Rare species yang amat, one of its kind. Never in my life I stumble into this kind of reading. .
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Tak tahu nak nangis atau nak ketawa. 😂
  • All time fave local book. Bits of Heaven by Aishah Madidiy. This is one of a few english novel that I owned, written by a local Malaysian. Hooked me on the very first chapter and the very reason why I decide to write my blog wholly in english. .
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"Akeed's dauntless journey explored every aspect of journalism, philosophy and religion. The book is an interesting read for those who yearn for something with different twist"
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I remember that I dont get bored easily on every chapter as it was a very light reading. Some says that Aishah Madidiy could be the next Hlovate (some says laa). 💖
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Q: Have your read any Aishah Madidiy books yet? What do you think of it? Im kinda sad will I get the copy again as JS already close down. 
For #bookendsmy #merdeka2k18bookchallenge
  • My most anticipated books will/already published on 2018 🎉😎
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✔A Court of Frost & Starlight by SJM - following my dearest Rhysand whereabout 😂
✔Legendary by Stephanie Garber - hopefully I could get a glimpse of that mind reading dress on Tella and the mastermind behind the circus (ok I need to read the book back cause my memory begin to fade out) ❌Wildcard by Marie Lu - of course as a gamer in between I must have this book into possesion
❌ A Thousand Perfect Notes by C.G Drews - the debut of the hilarious talented book blogger Paper Fury had comes into pieces? Who did not want to be tame by this dark magic right? .
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I have planned that if I get all these books this year then I can start my book banned scheme successfully, till then I just need to pile up my TBR books a bit high more. .
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What is your most anticipated books this year? .
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Notes : ✔ (got it) | ❌(pending)