It’s time to talk through The Cuckoo’s Calling by Robert Galbraith! I’ll start off the discussion with this question:
The theme of fame and misfortune takes the center stage in the Cuckoo’s Calling. Knowing that Robert Galbraith is J.K. Rowling’s pseudonym, how do you think she is processing through fame in anonymity?
Certainly book one of Harry Potter began with a joyful perspective on fame and ended with a more disillusioned perspective — we know that this series will be seven books long and will parallel the Harry Potter series. How does Harry’s fame parallel Lula and Cormoran’s?
(As always, spoilers should be assumed.)