Opinions on Stieg Larsson's three novels?

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Opinions on Stieg Larsson's three novels?

Post by smitty1931 » Sun Jun 20, 2010 9:09 am

If you have read them , do you recommend them?

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Re: Opinions on Stieg Larsson's three novels?

Post by Ralph » Wed Jun 23, 2010 3:58 pm

Yeah, read them!!!!!!! You won't put them down.
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Re: Opinions on Stieg Larsson's three novels?

Post by slofstra » Wed Jul 14, 2010 5:56 pm

Ralph wrote:Yeah, read them!!!!!!! You won't put them down.
Them? Holding all three novels at once. That could be tricky. :)

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Re: Opinions on Stieg Larsson's three novels?

Post by Guitarist » Thu Jul 15, 2010 7:28 pm

Yes, they are superb, but doesn't this thread belong in the Review of Books forum? The poor thing has so little action that it needs all that it can get!

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Re: Opinions on Stieg Larsson's three novels?

Post by HoustonDavid » Thu Jul 15, 2010 7:56 pm

Yes John, I agree it should be in the Book Forum, but it seems difficult to draw members
there for some strange reason. I find I can scan entries in all Forums in a matter of minutes,
to keep up with others' interests and threads. I'm sure Corlyss would have moved it by now,
but Lance is rather busy without her.

I have just begun the "Green Tattoo" and, surprisingly, found it starts rather slowly. Usually,
novels that have such a large following and good reviews get off to a more rapid start. I will
certainly give it "a go" and have already purchased "Played With Fire". I am keeping my eye
out for "Hornet's Nest".
"May You be born in interesting (maybe confusing?) times" - Chinese Proverb (or Curse)

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