JK Rowling is in Trouble Again after New Book Launch!

25 Octobre, 2020, 20:08 | Auteur: Christine Menetries
  • JK Rowling is in Trouble Again after New Book Launch!

She remains a well-known as the author of theHarry Potter fantasy series. The Harry Potter series of books have won her massive awards, and more than 500 million copies have been sold.

"J.K. Rowling wasn't aware of Robert Galbraith Heath when choosing the pseudonym for her crime novels", a spokesperson told Newsweek.

It is the fifth installment of her "Cormoran Strike" detective novels saga.

In her essay Rowling said she was "concerned about the huge explosion in young women wishing to transition and also about the increasing numbers who seem to be de-transitioning (returning to their original sex), because they regret taking steps that have, in some cases, altered their bodies irrevocably, and taken away their fertility". Rowling's spokesperson clarified that the Harry Potter author - who notoriously declared that Harry Potter character Albus Dumbledore was gay, years after the series had ended - was not inspired by the therapist.

Rowling's representatives declined The Independent's request for comment.

"This is not a new story from J.K. Rowling".

The book is about a private detective Cormoran Strike and his partner Robin Ellacott who is assigned a troubled blood task.

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Jackson also told Reuters that a lot of the attacks amount to "misogyny" and there are "thousands of thrillers published every year, many of them will feature people who dress up in disguises, and this is fiction". When both of them find the place, they come across a notorious serial killer.

He fears she fell victim to Dennis Creed, who has been dubbed a "transvestite serial killer" for murdering his victims while wearing female clothing. This portrayal of the killer has got the debate to stir around the book and Rowling's views on the topic.

Piers Morgan added: 'The fact #RIPJKRowling is trending says all you need to know about the woke brigade - they're nastier and more viciously intolerant than anyone they preach about'.

Following the Jedward tweets, many Twitter users took to the app to share their views on the matter.

Rowling wrote further, "I want to be very clear here: I know transition will be a solution for some gender dysphoric people, although I'm also aware through extensive research that studies have consistently shown that between 60-90 per cent of gender dysphoric teens will grow out of their dysphoria". One of her fans tweeted by saying, "we're generally not preparatory of violence; we're victims".

An early review of the 900-page book by The Daily Telegraph - in which the critic states the novel's "moral seems to be: never trust a man in a dress" - sparked immediate backlash online.



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