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  2. Nikki

    Hey TGM,

    I’ve had a couple of my friends recommend the first book to me, so as you’re now also recommending it maybe I shall take it on holiday with me. It’s been a while since I found a decent book to read, and while I do like to switch my brain off with some trashy novels occasionally, there’s no harm in me reading something that may make me think.

    Sometimes I think it’s important to be able to lose oneself from the humdrum of everyday life, and I do find that reading helps me to do that.

    The fact that I may do this on holiday with a cocktail in my hand while relaxing in the sun is just an added bonus!

    Thanks for sharing your review with us.

    Nikki / PMW

  3. Deana Wilmink-Martina

    Hi Gary, Thank you for this post. I so enjoyed it. I’m glad to see that you and me have something more in common. The way you explained how you feel about the film and the books is in a manner that I can so relate to. I could have said these things.I can feel where you’re coming from.

    I’ve seen Millenium as a tv film, but I still have to go to the cinema.

    You can write ok yourself too, you know that he? I can feel vividly what you write. (I can see you like to read Paul Myers work too.LOL)

  4. Christopher

    I actually just read this book recently and rather enjoyed it. It is very well done though and I look forward to the movie and reading the next book. Thanks for the great review :).

  5. Gary

    @ Nix – this ain’t no “trashy” novel. This is a very FINE novel by a great story-teller. There’s a big difference between being a good writer and a great story-teller. this guy was BOTH. And that is a RARE talent.

    Yep, on your vacation, grab half a dozen cocktails. Line ‘em up. You won’t stop reading so you might as well not stop drinking too – LOL.

    Actually, I will say this – I alluded to it in my post above (re: some things I didn’t like) – the first 50 or so pages are a bit of a slog. When you sort out who is actually who the story really flies.

    Oh, there’s a genealogy tree in the first few pages to help you with that too. See? The writer was also a thinker. He KNEW that people would get a bit lost. Actually, I’ll bet he drew that lineage of the (disgusting) Vanger family out and kept it in front of himself while he was writing just to keep his own concentration on track. Then he probably decided to chuck it in the front of the book for reader reference. Thank goodness he did. I found myself referring back to it quite a few times to see who was related to who.

    I’ve decided that I am gonna read all three books again. THAT is something I hardly EVER do. In fact, some books I just toss aside half way through. Coz they are puke. The “Millenium trilogy” you will not be able to put down.

    His treatment of the character Salander is sensational.

    Read the first one Nix and you’ll be going for #2 and then #3.

    Top shelf stuff for all you READERS out there!

    Gary

  6. Gary

    Hi Deana – Ha! Isn’t it funny how we can identify strongly with people who write and speak similar to ourselves?

    You said:

    “You can write ok yourself too.”

    Thank you. I actually got sacked once for being a better writer than the idiot who caused it. It upset me at the time but today I wear that as a badge of honor. TBH that guy was a useless writer so even my first rough drafts were better than his best efforts. He’d criticize me then pass my work off as his own and be praised for it. The w*n*er!

    I didn’t even know there was a TV series. I’ll have to investigate that.

    Thanks for dropping by from Twitter Deana.

    Gary

  7. Gary

    Hi Christopher – you won’t be disappointed by the movie. It follows the first book pretty closely. Well, there are a few departures. However, movies can never do justice to a good book. A GOOD book will play the movie in your mind. A GREAT book will just do that far more vividly for you.

    Thanks for dropping by.

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  8. Vance Sova

    Hi Gary,

    It shows how much you enjoy reading. I didn’t know that about you. I thought you were a prolific writer but not a reader.

    I guess a person has to read a lot first before being able to write exceptionally well.

    When did these books come out? Are they new or have they been around for a while?
    I used to be an avid reader but the last couple of years I haven’t read a novel at all.

    Vance

  9. Gary

    Hi Vance – most prolific writers are also prolific readers. I really don’t know any writer who isn’t a BIG reader. They go hand in hand.

    The Millenium series started with the publication of book 1 in 2005 followed by book 2 in 2006 and the last book in 2007. A 4th book was 70% written when Stieg Larsson tragically died in 2004. So, sadly, he never saw the massive popularity and success of his novels.

    His work was knocked back by dozens and dozens of (idiot) publishers. It reminds me of the fool who said the Beatles would never amount to anything. And the computer guy who told Bill Gates that his ideas were no good.

    That makes me smile because I’ve received numerous knockbacks for the manuscript of my own novel. Little do those who have sent me their photocopied “Dear Gary, unfortunately we are not taking on any new authors at present” know what they are passing up. Maybe I need to croak it to get published. LOL!

    I’ll have more about the Stieg Larsson story to share as this post progresses. There’s a LOT more to the tragedy of his death.

    Oh, Vance? Get the novels. You won’t be able to keep your head out of them. And go see the movie too.

    Gary

    PS: I went to see Ironman II the other night. Ugh!

  10. Nigel Yip

    Hey Gary

    Thank for such a refreshing post – it’s certainly different and good to sometimes blog something entirely different. Talking of which, I was given this book a while back from a book club, but unfortunately I have to count myself as an idiot, because I never actually gave it the proper attention it deserved – thus I sold it on amazon.

    From your recommendation, I will seriously have a lookout for this book, the next time I visit my local bookshop or library, which won’t be until a few weeks time, as I’m currently working on a coaching course project. Alternatively, I might just watch the movie instead to begin with to see if I like it before delving into the book.

    Anyway hope you are keeping well.
    Best wishes and regards
    Nigel

  11. Gary

    Nigel! You did WHAT?

    regarding book or movie first, well – for me, at least – I like to read the book first. Then I can actually study the movie. I always enjoy books more anyway. Maybe you are different.

    In any event, this is a story that will reel you into the characters – one mainly. Great book. Great story. Great movie.

    Hope you are well too Nigel. Thanks for commenting.

    Gary

    PS: I rate this book somewhere in my top ten favorites of all time, probably even in the top five! [That’s a big call – LOL!]

  12. Nikki

    I can’t possibly leave this alone, sorry.

    You said in your reply to me above:

    “Top shelf stuff for all you READERS out there!”

    Now, how can I put this in good taste…it may not be the same over in Australia, but here (the UK), the publications one can normally find on a top shelf are those of an intimate nature.

    Far be it for me to make a reference about these things *cough* but I just found it amusing in my own little world…

    Nikki / PMW

  13. Gary

    Nix – oh-oh!

    [snip] “… the publications one can normally find on a top shelf are those of an intimate nature.”

    I gotta say – I found that amusing TOO! Trust you Nikki.

    TGM

  14. Nikki

    Oh come on, you know how my mind works!!

    Mayhem, madness, and all other manner of fun things can be found in my head!

    I do occasionally have a sensible moment, but then after that I tend to overcompensate by going back to the ridiculous and the World of the PMW.

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  15. Deana Wilmink-Martina

    Hey Gary, I noticed my husband got the second book from the library this week.
    We have two young sons, still living with us and one of them downloaded the film. I saw them on TV and thought it was a tv serie. It isn’t.

    Our son also went to see the film in the Cinema.
    You see you’re not the only one appreciating this story so much.

    I Retweeted it for you. Maybe I’ll to it again, because I have your tweet on my favourite.(LOL)

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    I trust your judgement so this will make it onto the ‘to read’ list in due course mate… but on a different topic I saw you mention the word Gazzmanitis on David’s blog so:

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    Hope all is well mate :-)

    Rob

  17. Sandy

    I have read all three books and enjoyed them thoroughly. I was not even aware that a film had been made with regard to the first book. Unfortunately, since I am currently living in a country where it is very difficult to watch much in the way of movies, I will have to wait until I can download a copy.

    To tell the honest truth though, I have always much preferred books to movies. So much gets lost in the script that to my mind they always pale in comparison.

    To those of you who love the written word and truly enjoy a strong and quirky female character, you simply cannot go wrong with Stieg Larssen’s books.

    The death of such a talented writer is an absolute tragedy.

    Sandy

  18. Dan Martin

    Gary,
    I’m glad I got this email. I’ve been going through my basic email, deleting those that “pitch, pitch, pitch” with no other content; moving those that don’t, to other email addresses and limiting this email list to “personal” communication. I’m moving yours after this response.

    I’ve only read the first two of the series. I found the storyline and mechanics of the text captivating. I couldn’t hardly put the first one down and read the second straight through. I was ticked at the ending of the second book and haven’t yet picked up the third. But… I HAD to see the movie. I wanted to SEE Lisbeth’s revenge not just visualize it.

    I took my girlfriend to see the movie… mistake! She was completely put off by a couple of the scenes and handled them by shutting her eyes and putting fingers in her ears. She wasn’t alone in her feelings, quite a few walked out of the theater. Now she thinks I’m weird for recommending both the series of books and the movie to others. Although an avid reader, she hasn’t even held the books to even read the teasers. Strangely, she’s a fan of the Criminal Minds, Bones and Special Victims TV series, any of which I seldom watch.

    Thanks for sharing your thoughts. I’ll read any new posts of yours more closely than I have in the past.
    Dan

  19. Gary

    Deana – Thanks for correcting that. Now I can stop looking for a TV series. Actually, I’m glad it hasn’t been turned into a TV series. They did that with The Highlander and turned a brilliant movie (first one only) into a sham.

    Rob – you’re a funny bugger. That made me laugh. You have me pegged.

    Sandy – I agree with you entirely on your book versus movie opinion. I believe it can be downloaded from the Internet. It’s probably illegal. I don’t know. But I do know that somebody who I was talking to yesterday was able to access it via the Internet.

    Dan – Ha! So I made the cut did I? Well… I do pitch. Almost everybody does. I’m trying not to overdo it. However, there are some promotions out there that I believe in. And people who I believe in. So, naturally, I promote them.

    I know that so many emails are liberally promoting junk and garbage. I get 100’s of emails a day to sort through myself. I don’t send people to crap just to make money.

    Regarding Lisbeth Salander – The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo

    … yeah. The books are fabulous. So well written – which makes a change. Heh, our little exchange above about crappy emails can also be applied to books. I remember eagerly going out to buy Elizabeth Kostova’s book “The Historian.” It was promoted to death as the Satan version of Dan Brown’s epic “The DaVinci Code.”

    I kept reading and reading thinking “this has GOT to get better.” I was still thinking that 3/4 of the way through this book. The last 10 pages were MILDLY interesting but what a let down! Whew! It was one of the most disappointing books I have ever read. Utter dribble.

    Gee! Sorry to hear about the GF. If she watches all that gore in Bones then I cannot see what her problem could be. Hmm. Just thinking… maybe I can but I can’t write it here. Well, I can but I won’t.

    I really loved the Lisbeth Salander character. I can identify with the concept of “payback.” I’m a big believer in karma. If you do good you should get good and, of course, the reverse.

    There are many evil people in this world, unfortunately. We can shut our eyes and try to block them out but they are still there.

    Stieg Larsson managed to create highly believable characters. His untimely death was such a shame. There is a 4th book – incomplete. And there is a massive court case raging over its ownership. I’ll have more to say about this if others are interested coz I’ve been following the whole thing pretty closely.

    Thanks Deana, Rob, Sandy and Dan.

    Gary

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    “PS: Dan, if you have a spare few weeks (LOL) there is about 100 kilotons of information on this blog about all sorts of things.”

    Gary,

    Thanks for the invite I will explore some more.

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    When you do I’ll tweet the post; others can too. That way you’ll pick-up a few more to your list as well as give an extra push to great info and/or products.

    Thanks,
    Dan

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    the second film is just as good as the first. I am hanging out to see the third. Exceptional story lines, characters and cinematography. Stumbled across the 2 films I have and got drawn in to the story.

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