Love is in its self is powerful feeling or emotion. In addition to love, having too much love can make a person cuckoo. The Cuckoo’s Calling by Robert Galbraith takes place in 2010 during the end of winter and the beginning of spring. It is a fictional story where a detective was hired to identify if a famous black supermodel committed suicide. The closer the detective comes to comes to finding the truth, the more danger lurks his way.
[how did they push the story forward]There are several main characters in the story of The Cuckoo’s Calling. C.B Strike is a determined, brave and cunning detective. C.B Strike was tested many times during his interviews with the suspects, yet cleverly always able to get the truth. Strick is very active in his criminal case and hardly took any breaks. Then there is Robin who is determined, funny, and dependable. Robin’s child hood dream was to be a detective, and because of this, she was very involved in solving the investigation. Evan Duffield sensitive, anxious, short temper. Even was very caring for Lula, yet whenever he did not...
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