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Offline kcmay Reading Finger Lickin' Fourteen
15 Dec 2010, 11:41 PM | Post: #11

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RE: Larsson's Millennium trilogy (the girl who...)

Thanks for starting this thread. I've been curious about them, but not so curious I've downloaded a sample yet. I think now I will.
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Offline michaelbalkind
16 Dec 2010, 03:08 PM | Post: #12

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RE: Larsson's Millennium trilogy (the girl who...)

As a novelist myself, I had to pick Larsson's books up to see what all the hooplah was about. I thoroughly enjoyed the first and am about 1/3rd into the 2nd. Great characters and really interesting writing style.
I still can't believe that Mr. Larsson isn't around to enjoy all the fruits of his hard work. Such a shame.
Okay, I'm heading back to read now. Too curious to stay away from the book for too long.

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Offline Janluke Reading Chamaeleon - Lynda Wilcox
27 Dec 2010, 11:03 AM | Post: #13

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I enjoyed all three books in the same way I like a good over the top action movie now and again. I found them quite gripping, an easy read set in an interesting setting. Since finishing I've moved onto other authors from that part of the world.
Offline Susanne Reading The Rose Petal Beach by Dorothy Koomson
27 Dec 2010, 11:08 AM | Post: #14

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RE: Larsson's Millennium trilogy (the girl who...)

(27 Dec 2010 11:03 AM)Janluke Wrote:  I enjoyed all three books in the same way I like a good over the top action movie now and again. I found them quite gripping, an easy read set in an interesting setting. Since finishing I've moved onto other authors from that part of the world.

You've picked a good one in Jo Nesbo - and his books are all very reasonably priced. I've downloaded them all, but have only read the first one so far.
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Offline joo Reading Off The KUF Vol I
14 Oct 2011, 08:59 PM | Post: #15

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RE: Larsson's Millennium trilogy (the girl who...)

I read the first two PK (pre-Kindle) and have had number 3 all along. Problem is, it's a DTB and they are just so last season.
I took it on holidays to be my "beach book" (there's no way I'd take my Kindle to a beach or water park) and certainly enjoyed the reading of it, but only managed a few chapters as I'd always go back to reading on the Kindle.
I'm not going to pay for it, so will have to have another go of this heavy thing that you need two hands for that is user unfriendly.
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