Genres: Adult, Mystery, Thriller
Also in this series: The Girl Who Played With Fire
What I Thought…
The synopsis makes me laugh a little, “Once you start The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, there’s no turning back.“ I turned back twice, and would have a third time if not for my mom. You have to muddle through 224 pages before it starts to get good. But, it is so worth it!
It’s been awhile since I read a real good crime thriller. There are few different things going on in the book The mystery of Harriet’s dissapearance was fascinating and was not what I expected. There were some parts of the book that were hard to take but the book wasn’t as dark as I heard it was. I’m not really sure what that says about me.
I loved Lisbeth. Her character is very different but you can’t help but like her. She’s kind of an awkward character, but that’s what I liked about her. Blomkvist was ok. I didn’t like him as much as Lisbeth but I didn’t hate him either.
There’s not really much else to say without giving away the good parts. If you are like me and put it down because it was boring I urge you to push through the boringness because in the end it’s worth it.
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