a girl in the dragon tatoo

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    Aug 09, 2010 2:12 AM GMT
    Guys--this is an eceptional novel/movie and an interesting trilogy. Tell me about your reactions to the novel or movie---. Can only the international media have addressed this? Gnociton.
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    Aug 09, 2010 2:31 AM GMT
    gnociton saidGuys--this is an eceptional novel/movie and an interesting trilogy. Tell me about your reactions to the novel or movie---. Can only the international media have addressed this? Gnociton.


    Let me get back to you! I´ ve actually just started to read the first book in the series
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    Aug 09, 2010 2:36 AM GMT
    Read the trilogy--it is filled with insight about people--Do not view any of the movies until you have read how excently he has written about abouse and life in general. I have not been abused but I was made aware of how women have beeen abused through out history. The novels are well written and the first movie follows it well. I am sorry he died and left his $$ to family he did not care for and for whom he was not cared.; His love keeps his final writing in her laptop.

    Bye.
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    Aug 09, 2010 3:32 AM GMT
    Half way through the first one. It's OK, but not terribly impressed so far. The long exposition sections begin to seem a little clumsy. I can't help thinking that there are a few rough spots in the translation. Maybe some metric conversion mistakes. And the odd untranslated word, other than making me feel like I'm walking around in Ikea, seems to be just showing off the Kindle lookup feature.

    On an aside, this is the fourth or fifth book I've read on the kindle software (iPad / iPhone) but probably the most popular. There is one feature that I find annoying and somewhat bemusing. If 50 (I think) or more people have highlighted a phrase, it becomes highlighted in everybody's copy. First, I feel like someone's been scribbling in my book. Second, most of the highlighted content seems pretty un-noteworthy. Unless some spoilers are highlighting significant clues.