Tag Archives: Stieg Larsson

The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest

by Stieg Larsson. I finished at last. The trilogy, that is. This last book was 500 pages in hardcover. I can’t imagine how big the paperback will be. Like the first 2 books, it is a gripping page-turner, hard to … Continue reading

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DELIVER US FROM EVIL…

… by David Baldacci. Hmmm. Another spy novel, less politics than usual. Lots of action, moderate plot twists. Decent escapist fare, otherwise unimpressive. One of those ‘omg, I’ve been going on and on, I’d better wrap this up FAST’ books. That … Continue reading

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Dragon Tattoo Girl, the movie

“Fuhgeddaboutit” (Al Pacino as DONNIE BRASCO). I’m referring to the movie The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo based on the book of the same name by Stieg Larsson. A friend told me the movie was subtitled (it was made in Sweden), … Continue reading

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The Girl Who Played With Fire is…

..obsessively disappointing?! I just finished this 700+page book by Stieg Larsson and I will NOT run out and buy the 3rd in the series, The Girl Who Kicked The Hornets Nest, very soon. Not, at least, if I plan to … Continue reading

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The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo is anything but boring

A blog title I read recently said this book was boring. I haven’t read the rest to find out why the writer thinks so, but perhaps some introspection of what “boring” means and why people are “bored” at all is … Continue reading

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