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Re: Discussion of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

Post Number:#46  Postby MaxDaniel » 27 Dec 2011, 04:46

Three word for this book is great great great..
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Re: Discussion of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

Post Number:#47  Postby Trcapro » 21 Jan 2012, 19:44

Honestly, I think the other two books that make up the series are a little bit better. it's kind of like how Dan Brown got all the notoriety for the DaVinci Code while it was probably his second best book at best.
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Re: Discussion of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

Post Number:#48  Postby SaKazee » 22 Jan 2012, 18:21

I loved this book! I agree that it was slow moving but I feel like the plot and story itself more than made up for that. It is very unfortunate that Stieg Larsson passed away before writing the fourth book however I look forward to reading the novel his girlfriend is going to write in it's place. The Girl With a Dragon Tattoo trilogy is definitely one of my top 3 fovorite sequals of books
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Re: Discussion of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

Post Number:#49  Postby Trcapro » 22 Jan 2012, 18:50

I didn't realize his girlfriend was going fill in the void if you will. That should be interesting.
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Re: Discussion of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

Post Number:#50  Postby Fran » 23 Jan 2012, 07:28

SaKazee wrote:I loved this book! I agree that it was slow moving but I feel like the plot and story itself more than made up for that. It is very unfortunate that Stieg Larsson passed away before writing the fourth book however I look forward to reading the novel his girlfriend is going to write in it's place. The Girl With a Dragon Tattoo trilogy is definitely one of my top 3 fovorite sequals of books


Wasn't there a rhumor that she actually wrote most of the last book ... I seem to remember reading that somewhere
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Post Number:#51  Postby Trcapro » 23 Jan 2012, 11:11

never heard that rumor but now my curiosity is peaked. I'm going to have to look into that one.
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Re: Discussion of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

Post Number:#52  Postby Sicina » 03 Oct 2012, 03:41

Its a great book... I also read the girl who played with fire... Its a great sequence... Very thrilly... Lisbeth is even greater in the second. Can't wait to start the third..
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Re: Discussion of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

Post Number:#53  Postby jordan96 » 11 Oct 2012, 17:46

I loved this book. It was so much better than the movie.
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Re: Discussion of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

Post Number:#54  Postby ShoppingMonk » 29 Jan 2013, 04:06

wow its an fantastic book and loved it waiting for extension
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Re: Discussion of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

Post Number:#55  Postby srivolco » 23 Aug 2013, 07:54

I will be honest and say that i haven't read the book but have seen the movie and somehow it was too dark and cynical for me. Though the female character was very refreshing , the flare and the conflicting sides of her character would definitely be challenging to covey in writing.
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Re: Discussion of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

Post Number:#56  Postby wctumesh » 28 Aug 2013, 01:30

"I've never done a project based on something as well-known as this." That might sound surprising coming from a screenwriter like Steven Zaillian, whose credits this year alone include an adaptation of the bestseller Moneyball, and also wrote the screenplays for American Gangster and Schindler's List. But The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo is no ordinary book adaptation, based on the Stieg Larsson novel that has sold 65 million copies worldwide, and has already been adapted into a Swedish trilogy of films. And it's not just the popularity that made Dragon Tattoo a very different beast for Zaillain. As he put it:
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Re: Discussion of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

Post Number:#57  Postby heatherprzybyla » 01 Sep 2013, 13:31

It took me a while to get into this book. I always seemed like I was a bit in the dark and unsure of what exactly was going on. Once I put it down, I haven't picked it up since. I think this will be the perfect time to pick it up again!
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Re: Discussion of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

Post Number:#58  Postby Roland Liwato » 22 Sep 2013, 11:58

I read the trilogy by Stieg Larsson...and was positively surprised by the plot and the characters! Great book! The author weaves a compelling double layer story which kept me reading through the night.
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Re: Discussion of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

Post Number:#59  Postby trappa » 13 Oct 2013, 06:18

I loved it. I watched the film a little later and liked that too. Often the book is better than the film but i wasnt sure in this case as the both were good.
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Re: Discussion of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

Post Number:#60  Postby Saoirse200 » 13 Oct 2013, 09:13

I loved this trilogy of books, I agree the it started off slow but it helped me to get a sense of Lisbeth and Mikael better.
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