#23 - The Silkworm by Robert Galbraith

The Silkworm - Robert Galbraith

I have no idea how to rate this book. I gave it 3/5 stars because it was not really my cup of tea. Doing this, I feel like I don't do it justice because I only rate it based on my apreciation and not based on the book itself. I always have difficulties reviewing genres I'm not used to reading. I enjoyed the story and I liked the writing. But I was not hooked, it took me quite a long time to read it and I don't like that when I feel like I'm not progressing on a book. it means I'm not really into it. 


Anyway, the book may be really great, I cannot say. I was too focused on the fact that it was not the type of book I usally read and it got me stuck. That's a shame, really. I don't know if you experience the same thing while reading things you're not used to. I feel like I have to do it so I don't enjoy it. I kind of force myself actually. And I could like the book a lot, but because I feel obliged to do it, I don't. That is stupid, I know (because nobody forced me to read it, obviously). 


Have you read it? What did you think?