Robert Galbraith – Cormoran Strike Series Reading Order

by Maryse on October 29, 2015 · 2 comments

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Remember that new book that J.K. Rowling put out a couple of years ago but under another pen name? Well it’s a series now, and she’s THREE BOOKS deep already!

Plus… one of our fellow readers that’s been with us for a long time now and I’ve always found that has the same book tastes as me is LOVING this series! And because it’s a totally different genre than I’m used to reading, I don’t think I would have paid this one much attention, ut since she loves it, and I trust her book tastes BIG TIME i think I’m in!!!

Claudia: It’s just me that are addicted to Cormoran Strike? I’m reading book 3 of Cormoran Strike book#3 by the one and only (J.K. Rowling) by Robert Galbraith. Loving it!

bev: I can’t say how many stars because I really do not rate them, these are just the books I enjoyed the most. I did not squirrel and when I had to put them down could not wait to pick them back up again…. Cuckoo’s Calling & The Silkworm by Robert Galbraith. (listed in her book list!)

Hanneliane: I loved these!!! Book 1 was great, book 2 was good and I adored book 3. Such page turners! It’s kind of cool that somebody dusts off the good, old private detective character. And Galbraith / Rowling does it so well. If you enjoyed ‘The Girl On The Train’ and ‘The DaVinci Code’, you’ll like these too. The main characters are very well developed and with flaws but you end up really caring about them!

  

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Hanneliane October 29, 2015 at 1:52 PM

I loved these!!! Book 1 was great, book 2 was good and I adored book 3. Such page turners!
It’s kind of cool that somebody dusts off the good, old private detective character. And Galbraith / Rowling does it so well. If you enjoyed ‘The Girl On The Train’ and ‘The DaVinci Code’, you’ll like these too. The main characters are very well developed and with flaws but you end up really caring about them!

bev October 29, 2015 at 7:03 PM

Lol. The third is going to be this weekend’s read. I hope it rains. Detective move set in London just calls for rainy day.

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