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Boxed set edition of the Millennium Trilogy, the first volume of which, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, has been adapted as a major Hollywood film starring Daniel Craig to be released on the 26th December.
Had never heard of these books until the past year when I got them at my local library one at a time & couldn't wait until I got the next one. They were obviously violent & disturbing. But they were, unfortunately, what really goes on in the world of human beings in the name of money & power. Truth as we know is stranger than fiction. Lisbeth was a person we understood was not what we call the normal person, but then who would be if we lived her life. I have to say I was rooting for her all the way through the trilogy & was very happy with the ending. I hope other people took stock of the fact that if we do not fight the true evil in our world this could & does happen in our real world every day. I listened to these on audio books which I believe made the reading experience that much more enjoyable. The author obviously understood both the good & evil in the human heart. I have been an avid reader all my life from the time I learned to read and am a senior citizen & can say these have to be among the best books I have ever read. The test of a good book or movie is that long after you have seen or read it you cannot forget about it. It leaves an impression on you that will reamain with you throughout your life & I believe for me the author succeeded in that as far as I am concerned. Bravo!
Glenda Burgess i Dauphin Island
Submitted: 10 January 2012
ALEX by Pierre Lemaitre
‘It enthrals at every stage of its unpredictability. Grippingly original’
- The Times.