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The girl with the dragon tattoo

The girl with the dragon tattoo

by Stieg Larsson; Reg Keeland

  Book : Fiction  |  1st American ed


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A very good read for the ones who enjoy fiction   (2012-01-20)

Excellent

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by ugne24

I read this trilogy last year, it took me about a month to read all of them (about thousand pages). I really recommend it to everyone, the book captivates and moves readers.



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A thriller you would not want to miss   (2011-01-07)

Excellent

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by jinjustin123

I have read all three and loved all of them.  It is very sad that there will be no more from this brilliant author.



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Multi Layered Mystery   (2009-07-15)

Very Good

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by lllearner

I enjoyed this multi layered mystery and the well drawn characters.  I too couldn't wait to get home from work so I could continue reading.  In addition, I gained insight into Swedish life and culture. I'm looking forward to book two!



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Surprisingly Good   (2011-09-19)

Excellent

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by apace

After all of the attention this book got in the media, I was curious.  I'm so glad that I picked it up.  The main character - Lisbeth Salandar - is really different from any other character I've read before, and the mystery at the heart of the story was incredibly well drawn out.  I...
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Modern day Pippi   (2010-07-22)

Very Good

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by dbrookin

I have read this novel in Swedish only, so I don't know how this comes through in the English. My American friends don't seem to have noticed the Pippi connection. Stieg Larsson has discussed this in the Swedish press--his portrayal of Lisbeth Salander was based on the idea, what if Pippi Longstockings...
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