Anybody read these? "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo," "The Girl Who Played With Fire" and "The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet's Nest." My girlfriend really liked the books and I decided to get into them when I saw the trailer for the "Dragon Tattoo" movie before Moneyball. And, as a substitute teacher, I have the time.
I'm almost half-way through the last book, and I've found them quite engrossing. Some have taken a while to get started, but they really amp up quickly. One of the few issues I have is the Swedish places and names tend to get confusing, especially in the last book when there are so many characters. Anyone else want to share their opinions if they've read these?
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I have not read them. But, my wife is working through them. She's not a big reader but seems to have really gotten into the books. And, I know several other people who have really, really enjoyed the books. Once I finish working through the Hornblower series, I think I'll pick these up.
I've actually enjoyed the last two issues of ASM. The art is about a million times better, and the story seems to be doing what the previous writers were trying (and failing) to do, which was harken back to some classic, basic Spidey stories.