Thursday, March 29, 2012

Millennium Series by Steig Larsson

Another series all in one shot, these books are really a read them back to back to back sort. Once you get through the first one you will rush on to the next. So without further a due.

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo ~V^^^V

The first half was a bit slow if you are not a fan of numbers. Me, being a fan of numbers for some obscure reason, I found it fun. Anyway the story is incredible, the characters intriguing, and the mystery really keeps you thinking. I was recommended this story from the first my sister and then by several others, once I saw it was adapted to film (originally in Sweden and then in America)I knew I needed to find out what was going on. The hype did not
build up the story any more than necessary, if anything it didn't build it up enough. This first book while very good, is just the beginning. Don stop with just this book. ~Michelle

The Girl Who Played with Fire ~V^^^^V

A few things to know.

1. Lisbeth Salander kicks ass!
2. You can not hide from the truth.
3. This story is intense and will stick with you, well beyond completion of the story.
4. Don't stop now, you need to read The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest, it's not over yet!!!

I will not get into details, you need to read this book yourself. I will tell you that by not reading this book you will miss out on an excellent tale of espionage, murder and so much action your brain might explode.

LOL Seriously though read these books. ~Michelle

The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest ~V^^^^V

Shot in several places Lisbeth Salander is in the hospital and trying to recuperate with the cops anxiously waiting to take her to jail. Attempted murder of her father and a large scale conspiracy at stake. This book
seemed similar to the first book in the background details but the story is so gripping there really is nothing else you can do until you finish. Lisbeth had a TERRIBLE, TERRIBLE, TRULY AWFUL life and now its time for someone to pay. PLEASE make someone pay. A fabulous revenge book. I just loved it. ~Michelle

1 comment:

  1. This is one of my favorites and Lisbeth is truly bad ass. A strong intelligent bad ass female lead. You forgot to mention conspiracy :)