Wednesday, July 28, 2010

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

I read this book almost compulsively. It was dark and at times graphic and disturbing and I couldn't stop reading it.  The film was no different. I was a bit worried about how some scenes would be portrayed in the film, but it was incredible. I'm interested to see how David Fincher takes on the Millenium Trilogy. I'm hoping for great things.

Has anyone read the whole trilogy? I have yet to read The Girl Who Played with Fire and The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest. I seriously need to get a library card.


Suz said...

I've read all 3, and loved them all. It tortures me that there's a manuscript of a 4th but the family (who has the legal rights to it) can't come to agreement with the longtime partner/common-law wife (who has possession). I mean, 1/2 of millions is better than 1/2 of nothing, besides the needs of the readers!

Jessica said...

I finished the 2nd one about a week ago & immediately downloaded the 3rd to the Kindle app on my phone. They are so good & if you loved the first one the others will be just as great.

Sabrina said...

I didn't even know there was a manuscript for a fourth book! I hope they resolve things quickly!

I can't wait to read the remaining novels.

emily shea said...

oh! hi! sabrina! yes, but more importantly, i stayed in lisbeth's neighborhood in stockholm and i was all "i'm on the tunnelbana, just like lisbeth!"

miss you and stuff (can i say that, or is it blogger unprofessional?)

Sabrina said...

Em Sheaaaa!

I'm so jealous. Totes miss you too. Come back to Charleston when you're done being all magnificent in Europe.

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