Il richiamo del cuculo

Il richiamo del cuculo Londra notte fonda quando Lula Landry leggendaria e capricciosa top model precipita dal balcone del suo lussuoso attico a Mayfair sul marciapiede innevato La polizia archivia il caso come suicidio

  • Title: Il richiamo del cuculo
  • Author: Robert Galbraith J.K. Rowling Angela Ragusa Alessandra Casella
  • ISBN: 9788867156788
  • Page: 372
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Londra notte fonda quando Lula Landry, leggendaria e capricciosa top model, precipita dal balcone del suo lussuoso attico a Mayfair sul marciapiede innevato La polizia archivia il caso come suicidio, ma il fratello della modella non pu crederci Decide di affidarsi a un investigatore privato e un caso del destino lo conduce all ufficio di Cormoran Strike.Veterano dellLondra notte fonda quando Lula Landry, leggendaria e capricciosa top model, precipita dal balcone del suo lussuoso attico a Mayfair sul marciapiede innevato La polizia archivia il caso come suicidio, ma il fratello della modella non pu crederci Decide di affidarsi a un investigatore privato e un caso del destino lo conduce all ufficio di Cormoran Strike.Veterano della guerra in Afghanistan, dove ha perso una gamba, Strike riesce a malapena a guadagnarsi da vivere come detective Per lui, scaricato dalla fidanzata e senza pi un tetto, questo nuovo caso significa sopravvivenza, qualche debito in meno, la mente occupata Ci si butta a capofitto, ma indizio dopo indizio, la verit si svela a caro prezzo in tutta la sua terribile portata e lo trascina sempre pi a fondo nel mondo scintillante e spietato della vittima, sempre pi vicino al pericolo che l ha schiacciata

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    1. Robert Galbraith J.K. Rowling Angela Ragusa Alessandra Casella

      This is a pseudonym for J.K Rowling, the author of the Harry Potter series and The Casual VacancyTE There is than one author with this name on.Robert Galbraith Marine BiologistRowling was born to Peter James Rowling, a Rolls Royce aircraft engineer, and Anne Rowling n e Volant , on 31 July 1965 in Yate, Gloucestershire, England, 10 miles 16 km northeast of Bristol Her mother Anne was half French and half Scottish Her parents first met on a train departing from King s Cross Station bound for Arbroath in 1964 They married on 14 March 1965 Her mother s maternal grandfather, Dugald Campbell, was born in Lamlash on the Isle of Arran Her mother s paternal grandfather, Louis Volant, was awarded the Croix de Guerre for exceptional bravery in defending the village of Courcelles le Comte during the First World War.Rowling s sister Dianne was born at their home when Rowling was 23 months old The family moved to the nearby village Winterbourne when Rowling was four She attended St Michael s Primary School, a school founded by abolitionist William Wilberforce and education reformer Hannah More Her headmaster at St Michael s, Alfred Dunn, has been suggested as the inspiration for the Harry Potter headmaster Albus Dumbledore.As a child, Rowling often wrote fantasy stories, which she would usually then read to her sister She recalls that I can still remember me telling her a story in which she fell down a rabbit hole and was fed strawberries by the rabbit family inside it Certainly the first story I ever wrote down when I was five or six was about a rabbit called Rabbit He got the measles and was visited by his friends, including a giant bee called Miss Bee At the age of nine, Rowling moved to Church Cottage in the Gloucestershire village of Tutshill, close to Chepstow, Wales When she was a young teenager, her great aunt, who Rowling said taught classics and approved of a thirst for knowledge, even of a questionable kind, gave her a very old copy of Jessica Mitford s autobiography, Hons and Rebels Mitford became Rowling s heroine, and Rowling subsequently read all of her books.Rowling has said of her teenage years, in an interview with The New Yorker, I wasn t particularly happy I think it s a dreadful time of life She had a difficult homelife her mother was ill and she had a difficult relationship with her father she is no longer on speaking terms with him She attended secondary school at Wyedean School and College, where her mother had worked as a technician in the science department Rowling said of her adolescence, Hermione a bookish, know it all Harry Potter character is loosely based on me She s a caricature of me when I was eleven, which I m not particularly proud of Steve Eddy, who taught Rowling English when she first arrived, remembers her as not exceptional but one of a group of girls who were bright, and quite good at English Sean Harris, her best friend in the Upper Sixth owned a turquoise Ford Anglia, which she says inspired the one in her books.

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    1. Feb 3rd 2014 - Extra things you should know: 1) This is a negative review. If you are looking for reviews that confirm what you are already certain of (that JKR can do no wrong) here are some examples of positive reviews for you - 1, 2, 3. 2) I used some Mary Poppins gifs to make my point in this review. It seemed funny at the time. If you find MP gifs stupid/annoying/beneath you, then please feel free to go to the reviews I linked before. 3) I will no longer reply to comments saying I am stupid [...]


    2. Dull & tedious. I was frustrated with the style of writing. There’s no action. It’s all conversation. I wanted it to be overURTROOM STYLE CONVERSATIONS - TELLING NOT SHOWING:Private eye Strike is investigating a death. Throughout the book Strike has long conversations with many different characters. It felt like a courtroom, asking witnesses 30 or more questions one right after the other. Many of these were discussions about what “might have happened. For example “I don’t think he [...]


    3. UPDATE 2: This is my final review of the book. Most of what I included in my preemptive thoughts is here, so you don't have to read this whole thing. Potential television series title #21: LONDON STRIKE Alright, let’s address the hippogriff in the room: finding out that J.K. Rowling published a book under a pseudonym is something that I had I expected might happen post-Potter (and, embarrassingly, searched for), but when the question was brought up as to whether or not she'd write under one, s [...]


    4. أولي تحقيقات كورموران سترايكفي رواية ستـأسـرك من مشهد البدايةبالنسبة لي فقد أعادت ذكري حادث مثلها احزنني جدا والكثير من محبي السينما المصريةحادث مقتل السندريللاحيث تبدأ الاحداث في لندن بوفاة نجمة عروض ازياء"موديل" شهيرة إثر سقوطها من شرفة منزلها في الساعات الاولي من صباح [...]


    5. This is a wonderfully entertaining new crime debut, which although it contains nothing amazingly original, works really well. Firstly, there is the main character, Cormoran Strike - a wounded war veteran, with a troubled past, damaged love life and financial woes, which see him sleeping in his office when we first meet him. Strike has left the army, which provided him with the structure and home life his mother never could, and set up as a Private Detective. The only problem is, a lack of paying [...]


    6. Meet Cormoran's First StrikeHis first 'Mystery' which haunt me from the early beginning,even the epigraph.Why were you born when the snow was falling? You should have come to the cuckoo’s calling,It starts When snow was falling.d a 'Cuckoo' fellA famous model star fall off the balcony to her tragic death.e paparazzi gather around her body just as they did when she was aliveHer neighbor assert that she heard her arguing and shouting with a man "The Killer" right before seeing her fall.The polic [...]


    7. “He had never been able to understand the assumption of intimacy fans felt with those they had never met.”I'll venture a guess that J.K.Rowling is not a stranger to this feeling. Propelled to household-name fame for her lovely gift of imagination, she gets to experience the uglier side of fans' adoration - the side that comes with suffocating hard-to-meet expectations and stifling atmosphere of demanding hype. Is it any wonder she'd look for a respite in releasing a book under a pseudonym?An [...]


    8. A first-time author who goes by the unassuming name of Robert Galbraith comes out with a mystery novel called The Cuckoo’s Calling. The book receives favourable reviews and is wholeheartedly accepted by the fraction of the populace that reads it.And then (and this I borrow from reliable old ), the Sunday Times scratches it’s stubbly chin and wonders how a first-time author with a background in the army and the civilian security industry, could write such an assured debut novel. So, after muc [...]


    9. SOLID.It was a bit too long for my taste (I feel like it could have had a little less dialogue and such), but I really liked the characters! Strike and Robin all day.


    10. I like detective novels and I am a fan of J.K. Rowling, so when I found out that this "Robert Galbraith" was a pseudonym of Rowling, I thought that it was the perfect combination of elements that I have to read the book as soon as possible.I have to admit that in good amount of the book I wasn't enjoying it so much. I was feeling it too slow, and nothing exciting was happening, since Cormoran Strike, the detective, wasn't doing much just asking questions to each witness and the events was gettin [...]


    11. Did J.K Rowling out herself that she was the author of this book using a pen name or did someone else do it? I'm pretty sure she would have told the world if she WANTED people to know she wrote this, obviously she wanted the old feeling of people not knowing who the author is and now I feel bad for her. I'll read this eventually but I'm not shitting my undies looking for a copy.UPDATE:yup, she didn't want her secret out yet:"I had hoped to keep this secret a little longer," JKR said, "because be [...]


    12. (B+) 79% | GoodNotes: A prototype yet to find its footing; its complex, interview-heavy plot poker-faces all clues until a bursting end reveal.


    13. I'm a bit puzzled by the rave reviews. It's okay, but a fairly run-of-the-mill detective story. A private eye with a silly name solves a murder mystery, and there is a long exposition at the end of the how and why. The characters are quite well drawn, and the writing is competent, but I wouldn't seek out any further books with the same star.I didn't know, when I reviewed this, that it was written by J K Rowling! But it doesn't change my view.


    14. Enjoyable read! good detective work,action pact,little mysterious and some interesting storyline.e only negative about this book-the plot was slow to get into but picked up eventually.ce ending which only leads to this story continuing.n't wait to see what happen in book#2 (paperback!)


    15. 3.5ish stars.Far from perfect, but far from awful. Despite its many faults it's never less than highly readable and fluid. It's never particularly pulse-pounding but it somehow always held my attention.It honestly isn't twisty or suspenseful enough for me. It's super streamlined and reads more or less like a series of neat, orderly interviews with each of the various players in the mystery. Even at the 11 o'clock reveal, there's never a sense of danger or serious tension, it's just the natural p [...]


    16. “How could the death of someone you had never met affect you so?”I remember being utterly and absolutely excited when I heard about a new J. K. Rowling. London, a detective and a dead topmodel. Yup, I was head over heels. So naturally I ordered it rightaway and started reading as soon as it arrived.I wasn't let down. While I remained a little skeptical about A Casual Vacancy (which in my eyes is unfairly rated - it's a great novel), I fell in love with The Cuckoo's Calling at first sight. Th [...]


    17. I’m about to reveal my secret!!!!!!!! I have purchased lots and lots of Harry Potter’s books – you know the time that every small and big kid wanted one….well, I gave them out as birthday and Christmas presents….but me…. I haven’t read any of them…ough my son devoured each book and I have the entire series in my bookcase…I just haven’t had that “read me, read me” pull….Yes, truly!!!. I started book #1 and gave up after a couple of chapters. I know….I should have perse [...]


    18. 16 Jul' 2013 Full confession: Pfft yeah, I totally did grab this after I heard it was written by JK Rowling? Mostly because I hadn't even heard of this book prior to the news. But the blurb itself makes it sound like my type of novel on a cold, rainy day, regardless of the author.Look, I'd like to pretend as if I were one of those people who wouldn't give a limp banana that Rowling wrote this book. I'd love to have the same level of self-restraint to cringe my nose in disgust and walk away from [...]


    19. Check out Scott Reads It! for reviews, giveaways, & more!When it was revealed that J.K. Rowling had written a novel under the pseudonym, Robert Galbraith; I knew I had to read it. Rowling filled my childhood with magic, intrigue, and beauty with her Harry Potter series so I was eager to read her sophomore adult novel. It angers me how Rowling was betrayed by a friend who had revealed that she was the genius behind The Cuckoo's Calling. Every cloud does have it's silver lining and now, millio [...]



    20. I admit that I am not a great fan of contemporary detective fiction. I find most books are too grim, even perverted with gratuitous violence, or unnecessarily long-winded with too much forced, fake-philosophical contemplation from detectives instead of actual action.So I am happy to say that I enjoyed JKR's debut detective novel a lot. The minus 1 star is for the writing, which had a superfluity of totally awkward metaphors & "artistic" descriptions & over-complicated sentences. This gra [...]


    21. SO GOOD. I literally had NO IDEA who the killer was until the very end. Jo is such a clever woman!


    22. For me, this book didn't stand out especially in this genre. The plot wasn't very interesting and I only really found it exciting towards the last hundred pages. The best bit for me was the characters as I loved how well they were developed and how they interacted with others, especially Cormoran Strike.The story follows Cormoran Strike, a private investigator and ex military man who has been left with a severe injury as a reminder and has to cope mentally and physically with his injury. John Br [...]


    23. For me 5 stars, I stumbled on this by accident and glad I didStrike ia a Cornish ex-military policemen, based in London, at a very low point in his life, Strike is sinking fast. I loved his clever, sharp stubborn character, especially the prickly ebb and flow relationship with his quick witted sidekick secretary Robin.The other plus for me was the twisty, story line, I did not guess who did it at all! was rather shocked in the end but in a good way, having just read 2 out of 3 of the Larson Mill [...]


    24. Two words for this: simply stunning.Cormoran Strike is my new hero. What an absolutely fantastic character Robert Galbraith has created. I just love everything about him, his size, his lovely caring attitude and his fearless quest to uncover the truth of the apparent suicide of Lula Landry, supermodel. Coromoran is hired by Lula's adoptive brother, John Bristow, to investigate her death as he doesn't believe she committed suicide, albeit the Police do and have ruled it so. There is also the very [...]


    25. Fantastic writing, wonderful characters, and a very clever & compelling mystery! Video review to come in the next few days! :)


    26. I root for this author to make a successful genre break from fantasy to mystery. The plot is clever and the characters wonderfully drawn, but the slow build-up and a bit of overreaching in the prose kept my overall pleasure level at about average. I am eager to see this novel grow as a series and have confidence it will do so. It seems fitting that just as a favored literary mystery writer, Kate Atkinson, moves into fantasy, this favored fantasy writer makes an excursion toward literary mystery. [...]


    27. After reading The Casual Vacancy I had decided that I probably wouldn’t read any of her adult fiction books. I didn’t expect it to be like Harry Potter but I really wasn’t expecting it to be more of a character study and it was really bleak. I was depressed after reading it. I mention this because I didn’t have very high hopes going into The Cuckoo’s Calling and therefore I am pleasantly surprised.This is a pretty straight up who-dun-it. There isn’t a lot of action or anything like t [...]


    28. This novel begins slowly. I actually almost put it down but then I thought it's JK Rowling-give it a chance. Cormoran Strike is a down on his luck private detective. He has a famous father who he has no contact with, his live in girlfriend and he split up, he is living in his office, no money, one leg.e list goes on. He doesn't play the pity party though. It's just statements of life. He actually doesn't like people finding out those facts. He takes on a client who believes that his supermodel s [...]



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