The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

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The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

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The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

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I had heard all the hype about this book but somehow or other, had never got round to reading it. Then my Dad out of the blue recommended it, and I thought I have to read it. This fast-paced thriller is a book everybody should read. It’s well-written and is so gripping, you’ll be like me and read the last 300 pages in one go. The only problem with the book, is that you’ll find it hard to do you work and other chores, you’ll just want to keep on reading.
\r\n The plot is complex but well-woven. The heroine is unlike any other heroine you’ve ever encountered. It’s just brilliant. By Cindy Vine "Author of Not Telling"

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The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo is definitely worth reading. The Swedish names contained therein are sometimes hard to pronounce, it was sometimes hard to keep track of the members of the Vanger family, and the first 35 – 40 percent of the book was rather slow. But beside that, it takes off somewhere near the middle of the book and was quite entertaining. It wasn’t the best book that I have ever read, but it was worth reading and I will read the following two in the series. By David Lebron

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A friend recommended this book to me. I was hesitant at first because it was a Swedish writer. I am so glad I read it anyway. I found at the beginning it was a little hard to read for several reasons, the writing style was a little different, not familiar with the places being described, a lot of little facts and background information included. It got a lot easier to read once I got into it. This one I was up very late into the night reading. I loved it and thought what a great cast of characters, Blomkvist, Salander (my favorite), the vanger family…..was a great book and quickly became an easy read, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo! By DMWC "avid book reader"

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The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

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