It’s been a long wait for the latest installment of J.K… – ahem – Robert Galbraith’s “Cormoran Strike” series, so we’re thrilled to hear that the manuscript for “Lethal White” is now complete!
Tagged: Cormoran Strike
J.K. Rowling discusses how developing the complex relationship between Cormoran Strike and Robin Ellacott is not only a key element in both the novels and the “Strike” TV series but also one of the main inspirations for her writing.
Dr. Beatrice Groves again dives into literary allusion in Rowling’s work: This time, find out the significance of the epigraphs and literary parallels in “The Silkworm”.
Check out the cover for the third “Cormoran Strike” TV tie-in edition, “Career of Evil” by Robert Galbraith, to be released this month ahead of the forthcoming TV adaptation.
Today, J.K. Rowling took to Twitter to update fans on the progress of the next installment in the “Cormoran Strike” series and give some insight into her writing process.
As the new year approaches, look back over 2017’s most memorable “Potter” moments, from “Cursed Child” to “Crimes of Grindelwald” and beyond.
“Strike – The Cuckoo’s Calling” is now available to own on DVD! Ahead of its release, MuggleNet talked to Tom Burke, star of the BBC One adaptation.
The “Strike” TV series has already aired its first two parts, “The Cuckoo’s Calling” and “The Silkworm”, in the UK. We now know when it is expected to air in the US, how it will be renamed, and when “Career of Evil” is likely to air in the UK!
Rowling’s choices are always deliberate. So why did she choose the poems at the beginning and end of “Cuckoo’s Calling”? And what do they tell us about the book series?