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Little, Brown and Company Imprint: Mulholland Books Publication Date: Career of Evil is the third book in the highly acclaimed Cormoran Strike crime fiction series.
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Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. Another good addition to the series. There's a lot to like about Career of Evil but, unfortunately, a few major shortcomings.
Without spoiling anything, this time out our hero is trying to nab a serial killer with a taste for dismemberment. It might be one of three suspects Strike has a history with, or perhaps another unknown killer. The plot has been detailed by others at length, so I'll just offer some thoughts about the pluses and minuses: The Good: The Bad: While Strike and Robin are increasingly depicted as complicated, multifaceted protagonists, most others are portrayed without any significant depth.
Some, like Matthew and Whittaker, are cartoonishly described and Detective Carver is, to put it bluntly, Vernon Dursely - Someone needs to pluck up the courage and let the author know she needs an editor. The book is downright plodding at times.
These lines figure into the story sort of , but this silly gimmick gets old fast - The violence and there is quite a lot is gratuitously over the top, as if JKR is determined to identify herself as an adult writer - The comic element featured in the first two novels is largely absent in the third The Ugly: I hate to say that but it's true.
Think of every serial killer you've ever seen in a movie or read about in a book, and that's the stereotype you get -- right down to the killer's referring to a woman as "It" a la Buffalo Bill in Silence of the Lambs. These sections are so subpar, so cliched, and so unimaginative that it's hard to believe that JKR wrote them.
I suppose they are included to give the narrative an additional angle but, rather than compliment the story's trajectory, they dumb it down. Despite its drawbacks, Career of Evil is a very good read. Slow at times, but enjoyable.
As said above, the positives outweigh the negatives. In particular, the maturing of Robin's and Strike's characters is a leap forward. I wouldn't be surprised if this book is regarded as the most popular one in the series so far, although the hyper-violent yet cliched serial killer may be off-putting to some.
In a nutshell, The duo gets sent a severed leg, assemble a list of suspects and work down the list until they find the person responsible. And up until that point, It's really just filler involving Strike's history with his step-dad and Robin still dealing with the wedding. It's boring, Nothing really happens and it just fails to keep you even remotely interested.
And I will say that I found Robin's college backstory in really bad taste. Such a pointless addition and IDK if it was an attempt to make us more sympathetic with her or whatever but it was just distasteful.
The third Cormoran Strike book is here, complete with the same endearing characters that I've grown to love.
The ruffled and damaged Strike, and the ever enthusiastic and clever Robin. It's another hefty book at pages, which was made more obvious when I saw the hardback in the stores.
Book size is something that you don't really notice when reading an ebook. The drama starts when a mysterious package arrives at Strike's agency.
Instantly he knows that it's personal, and there are plenty of skeletons in his closet to make a list of suspects. The fact that the package was addressed to Robin is enough for him and me to worry for her safety. I know I couldn't cope if something bad happened to Robin.
Having been to Edinburgh and its famous castle a number of times, I liked how part of the plot was set there.
It was easy to picture Strike limping his way on the cobblestones. Robin is quite the focus.
Her own insecurities, confusing relationships, wedding preparation, and being the target of a nutcase are described brilliantly. In the midst of the main plot, and working on other cases, she always feels that she needs to prove herself.
Her inner voice is convinced it knows what Strike is thinking, but is usually way off the mark. IMO she just needs to chill, relax and be confident.
She doesn't give herself enough credit. The story coasts along in such an engaging way. Each clue is investigated and analyzed. The puzzle slowly but surely builds toward a solution.
Strike and Robin have some tough times too. The stresses of life and work culminate in an ultimatum between them. Is she a real partner in the agency, or not? The tension is building. Robin is keen as ever, but Strike worries for her safety The plot ramps up. The baddie is a sicko. The worst of the worst. In fact, every suspect in the book is a lowlife. I'm not going into details of what they get up to, but there is some pretty heavy stuff that will make your stomach turn.
There's plenty going on as the tension filled suspense heads to an exciting climax. Strike has a light bulb moment, which is kept just out of our reach until the right time for it to be revealed. If there was anything in this book that I didn't like, it would be how things panned out for Robin. I wanted her more involved, but that's as much detail I'm prepared to share. In a nutshell It's another great case for Cormoran and Robin. There are plenty of shady suspects, simmering suspense and a web of great sub plots.
It's another winner. I don't claim to be a pro-reviewer, I am a reader. My reviews are based on my personal thoughts around the story that the book is trying to tell. I try to focus on the story which is the reason I read rather than dissect the book and pass comment on typos, writing style or structure. See all 3, reviews. Amazon Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers.
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