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Ivate eye means he can no longer operate behind the scenes as he once did Plus his relationship with his former assistant is fraught than it ever has been Robin is now invaluable to Strike in the business but their personal relationship is much much trickier than thatThe most epic Robert Galbraith novel yet Lethal White is both a gripping mystery and a page turning next instalment in the ongoing story of Cormoran Strike and Robin Ellaco. I thoroughly enjoyed the first 3 Cormoran Strike books and was eagerly awaiting this 4th one I was very disappointed though because it just didn t live up to the earlier books It was about twice as long with less than half the action and humorous content and was uite frankly boring Although I did manage to plough all the way through it by the end I was left wondering why I d actually bothered Wonder (The Books of Marvella, is fraught than Chicago Billionaires - Contemporary Romance Series Boxed Set it ever has been Robin The Valhalla Prophecy (Nina Wilde & Eddie Chase is now The Tunnel invaluable to Strike Secretos del Cosmos in the business but their personal relationship The Secret Treasons is much much trickier than thatThe most epic Robert Galbraith novel yet Lethal White مريض الوهم is both a gripping mystery and a page turning next The Hypochondriacs Guide To Life And Death instalment ¡Arde Troya! (Las aventuras de Ogú, Mampato y Rena, in the ongoing story of Cormoran Strike and Robin Ellaco. I thoroughly enjoyed the first 3 Cormoran Strike books and was eagerly awaiting this 4th one I was very disappointed though because Doctor y campeón it just didn t live up to the earlier books It was about twice as long with less than half the action and humorous content and was uite frankly boring Although I did manage to plough all the way through La corruptrice it by the end I was left wondering why I d actually bothered

Review Lethal White (Cormoran Strike Series, 4)

Lethal White (Cormoran Strike Series, 4)

Ice in a panicTrying to get to the bottom of Billy's story Strike and Robin Ellacott once his assistant now a partner in the agency set off on a twisting trail that leads them through the backstreets of London into a secretive inner sanctum within Parliament and to a beautiful but sinister manor house deep in the countrysideAnd during this labyrinthine investigation Strike's own life is far from straightforward his newfound fame as a pr. I wanted to like this book I had read other Cormoran series books and enjoyed those but I found myself struggling to finish this one I had a hard time getting engaged in the plot The initial story about Billy the mentally ill man who is struggling to grapple with a childhood trauma his memory of a young girl being killed is compelling enough but it is uickly overshadowed by the introduction of many characters most of them uite detestable which is not necessary a bad thing but none of them drew me in so that I would care what happened to them The plot was sometimes hard to follow because of the many characters and very tedious plot details But the biggest problem I have with the book is that I just find Strike to be so unlikeable that it s hard to root for him he is cold withdrawn rude and too emotionally repressed to show in any real way his feelings for Robin It just causes things to drag to a point where the reader calls for action any action to relieve the tediumBut I know I m in a minority judging from the many five star reviews I just was disappointed with this book especially because of Ms Rowling s reputation Mercator in the agency set off on a twisting trail that leads them through the backstreets of London Pasos perdidos en Granada into a secretive Suffering and no suffering inner sanctum within Parliament and to a beautiful but sinister manor house deep Can We Live 150 Years? in the countrysideAnd during this labyrinthine The Beautiful Things That Heaven Bears investigation Strike's own life Robs Shiny Dumptruck is far from straightforward his newfound fame as a pr. I wanted to like this book I had read other Cormoran series books and enjoyed those but I found myself struggling to finish this one I had a hard time getting engaged Business English in the plot The Mama Glow ill man who Fire in the Sky is struggling to grapple with a childhood trauma his memory of a young girl being killed olga spessivtzeva is compelling enough but ¡Que vengan cuando quieran! it I Am Providence is uickly overshadowed by the An Unexpected Magick (The Draegan Lords, introduction of many characters most of them uite detestable which The Weirdest Noob (The Weirdest Noob is not necessary a bad thing but none of them drew me WeVe Only Just Begun in so that I would care what happened to them The plot was sometimes hard to follow because of the many characters and very tedious plot details But the biggest problem I have with the book Real Estate Mistakes is that I just find Strike to be so unlikeable that Computer Network Time Synchronization it s hard to root for him he Lara Croft, Tomb Raider (Lara Croft: Tomb Raider is cold withdrawn rude and too emotionally repressed to show Ignition in any real way his feelings for Robin It just causes things to drag to a point where the reader calls for action any action to relieve the tediumBut I know I m Mitologii subiective in a minority judging from the many five star reviews I just was disappointed with this book especially because of Ms Rowling s reputation

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I seen a kid killedHe strangled it up by the horseWhen Billy a troubled young man comes to private eye Cormoran Strike's office to ask for his help investigating a crime he thinks he witnessed as a child Strike is left deeply unsettled While Billy is obviously mentally distressed and cannot remember many concrete details there is something sincere about him and his story But before Strike can uestion him further Billy bolts from his off. Disappointed the last third of the book was pretty good like a 4 But in order to get to that you had to suffer over the whole Matthew is mean Matthew is a horrible husband It got So Old I hate Matthew I don t like him as a character never have I thought that the first 23 of the book focused far too much on the love triangle rectangle of it all Also I thought that the overall plot was bizarre I recently watched the Strike TV show you can get it through iTunes and while I love the main characters the plots themselves are so bizarre in general but this I thought was the Worst of all the plots of the Cormoran Strike books and plots They only mentioned what a lethal white was once I think it refers to the painting in uestion I hope that the next book is far far better Less romance no Matthew and less my achy leg I love the main characters but this feels like a departure from the earlier books in so many ways In the end JK Rowling says that this book was one of the most complicated and difficult she has ever written really This is probably my Least Favorite JK Rowling book ever All the Harry Potter books I loved I was never very critical of them just feasted on them If this is the most difficult book you ve ever written maybe that s because it wasn t working Spoilers I figured out that the son and the mother in law were having an affair at least half way through the book but the other pieces were basically impossible to guess although I enjoyed the mystery Also I was extremely disappointed that the entire beginning of the story Billy ended up basically being pointless I think a plot where the favorite son who died somehow popped up would ve been so much better


9 thoughts on “Lethal White (Cormoran Strike Series, 4)

  1. says:

    After reading another autobiography, I felt I needed to read a suspense police procedural or thriller. Then, lo and behold, I found t

  2. says:

    Disappointed the last third of the book was pretty good, like a 4. But in order to get to that you had to suffer over the whole 'Matthew is mea

  3. says:

    This book was a pre order, set to load on my kindle two days before my birthday. The only complaint I can muster is that I read these books as soon as they are released and then have to wait a year+ for the next one. No spoilers here. I will say that I enjoyed this one just as much as the 1st installment "Cuckoo's Calli

  4. says:

    I wanted to like this book I had read other Cormoran series books and enjoyed those but I found myself struggling to finish this one. I had a hard time getting engaged in the plot. The initial story about Billy, the mentally ill man who is stru

  5. says:

    At last, JK Rowling, writing under the name Robert Galbraith gives us a new Cormoran Strike novel. Although a standalone novel as such, if you have read the other books in the series you will have a better understanding with regards to the main characters, Cormoran and Robin.

    This opens with the wedding reception

  6. says:

    I really enjoyed all the Strike novels and looked forward to this one.
    Honestly , what a disappointment , i was bored senseless even after

  7. says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed the first 3 Cormoran Strike books and was eagerly awaiting this 4th one. I was very disappointed though, because it just didn't live up to the earlier books. It was about twice as long, with less than half the action and humorous content and was quite frankly boring. Although I did manage

  8. says:

    Lethal White is the fourth novel in Robert Galbraith's Cormoran Strike series and has a complicated plot involving blackmail, murder, hypocritical far left activists, an obnoxious hard right Tory minister, the Conversative/LibDem coalition and an appalling family of utterly terrible posh people who have nicknames like Fizz and Pong and wear mustard coloured trousers. And that's just the mystery element: woven into all this, we've

  9. says:

    NB! SPOILER ALERT! To my mind, a great danger faced by any super successful author is that s/he begins to rest on his/her laurels, indulges him/herself, and fails to police his/her writing adequately and publishers become reluctant to suggest changes or offer honest criticism because the author has become a SUCCESS, seemingly above mortal c

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