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Tattooed Girl ❮Read❯ ➯ Tattooed Girl ➳ Author Dan Burstein – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk The fascinating stories behind what have been rightly called the hottest books on the planet The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, The Girl Who Played with Fire, and The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet s Nest T The fascinating stories behind what have been rightly called the hottest books on the planet The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, The Girl Who Played with Fire, and The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet s Nest Through insightful commentary and revealing interviews, you will enter the unique world of Lisbeth Salander, Mikael Blomkvist and of Stieg Larsson himsel.


10 thoughts on “Tattooed Girl

  1. Joana Joana says:

    A very interresting view on Stieg Larsson s legacy and how he struggle to became the sucessful author of the Millennium trilogy A good book for those who have read his novels I give it a 4.2 of rating.


  2. Dimitris Passas (TapTheLine) Dimitris Passas (TapTheLine) says:

    As a devout Nordic noir aficionado, I couldn t miss this excellent reference book containing a large number of enlightening articles regarding the Millenium trilogy phenomenon and the life and work of the deceased Stieg Larsson John Henri Holmberg who writes many of them is a Swedish author, critic, publisher and translator who had a personal, friendly relationship with Larsson, thus he has deep knowledge of his temperament and character as well as the publication history of the three novels As a devout Nordic noir aficionado, I couldn t miss this excellent reference book containing a large number of enlightening articles regarding the Millenium trilogy phenomenon and the life and work of the deceased Stieg Larsson John Henri Holmberg who writes many of them is a Swedish author, critic, publisher and translator who had a personal, friendly relationship with Larsson, thus he has deep knowledge of his temperament and character as well as the publication history of the three novels The Tattoed Girl consists of small chapters covering a wide variety of subjects as well as some really enticing interviews from acclaimed Swedish authors like the Anders Roslund Borge Hellstr m writing duo and the husband and wife team of Alexander and Alexandra Coelho Ahndoril, also known by their nom de plume, Lars Kepler There is also interesting information concerning the aftermath of Stieg s death and the feud between the Larsson family and Larsson s lifetime partner Eva Gabrielsson for the rights to the Millenium series Stieg and Eva never got married and the Swedish law states that she has no rights over her partner s intellectual legacy Thus, the rights now belong to Stieg s father and brother who decided that the series would continue with another author, the Swedish journalist David Lagercrantz, mainly known by his biography books and his fictionalized novel about the British mathematician Alan Turing Fall of Man in Wilmslow Eva strongly disagreed with this decision but she actually has no say in the matter for the reasons I explained above There is a chapter written by Paul De Angelis, titled In Her Own Words which summarizes the dispute between Gabrielsson and the Larssons and for those who want to delve further into this subject there is also the biography that Gabrielsson herself has written, titled There Are Things I Want You to Know About Stieg and Me I also enjoyed the comparison between Noomi Rapace and Rooney Mara, the two actresses who portrayed Lisbeth Salander in the Swedish Niels Arden Oplev 2009 and the American David Fincher 2011 cinema adaptations of the first novel, both titled The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo If you liked the novels, or even the films, and want to knowabout Stieg Larsson this is definitely the book to start with


  3. Avi Avi says:

    If you cut out all the filler material, this book would be interesting, informative and about half its size.


  4. Kat Kat says:

    While some of the anthology was slow moving, I enjoyed reading about Stieg and the series Definitely recommend to anyone interested in the Millennium series


  5. Kent Kent says:

    This was an extremely boring book.


  6. Robin Robin says:

    I read half the articles I wanted to read on the dark side of Sweden, the Neo Nazi s and the treatment of women There is something wicked thriving on the Nordic shores It was a cool insight to the politics and the reactions to the politics of the trilogy I found a lot of the articles repeated certain information and so felt guilt free to pick and choose my articles.I enjoyed the book but don t feel a commitment to it.


  7. Kimberley Kimberley says:

    3.5 stars I read this a little at a time over the last few months Most of it was interesting, though some was a bit too dry I enjoyed it and plan to reread the Millennium trilogy by Larsson in the next year or two.


  8. ceeeeg ceeeeg says:

    this was such a good bookand not the sort of thing i would usually pick upi only did because i found it on the shelf in the dollar store for a buck and it was about the The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo series, which i reallyreally lovedthis book gave that series so much additional depth for me, provided a new backdrop, extra context and texture to the booksit presents as a collection of essays and interviews with people that have some contextual connection to either Larsson or his wor this was such a good bookand not the sort of thing i would usually pick upi only did because i found it on the shelf in the dollar store for a buck and it was about the The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo series, which i reallyreally lovedthis book gave that series so much additional depth for me, provided a new backdrop, extra context and texture to the booksit presents as a collection of essays and interviews with people that have some contextual connection to either Larsson or his work and touches on those themes that informed his books as well as other aspects of his life as a writer, investigator, crusader and social commentatorif you are a fan of the books, you will probably love thisif you have not read the books yet, it wouldn t be a bad idea to grab this along with the series to allow yourself that broader context to the tale..what a shame we lost this guy too soonhis work is not only riveting, original and epic, but its also socially important, both for Sweden and the rest of the world


  9. Richard Richard says:

    I just saw the Swedish DVD movie version of the book and was reminded why I didn t like the books so much They are too slow and take too long to get there It isn t that we are watching character development we are not It is just slow The only time I think this works is when we are seeing the obviously dangerous brother who enjoys killing people He is menacing, and the only person who builds tension in the film All the other characters hear they could possibly be killed, but other than som I just saw the Swedish DVD movie version of the book and was reminded why I didn t like the books so much They are too slow and take too long to get there It isn t that we are watching character development we are not It is just slow The only time I think this works is when we are seeing the obviously dangerous brother who enjoys killing people He is menacing, and the only person who builds tension in the film All the other characters hear they could possibly be killed, but other than some initial outburst, they go about their business paying no attention to what could be going on about them.My favorite characters, of course, are Lisbeth Salander and her truly psychotic brother We could minimize much of the story about the angst of the magazine staff, and especially the maverick reporter publisher owner or whatever he is in this version


  10. Jo Anne Jo Anne says:

    I loved the books and the three Swedish movies so I can certainly be called a fan I enjoyed the book, but I have to wonder how many different ways can you write about the same thing Which is what this book is It was interesting and well thought out, and the people writing it were all friends of Stieg Larsson, but unless you are a big fan of the books and Swedish films, you are going to become bored rather quickly I feel that Dan Burstein and his co writers took advantage of their friendship I loved the books and the three Swedish movies so I can certainly be called a fan I enjoyed the book, but I have to wonder how many different ways can you write about the same thing Which is what this book is It was interesting and well thought out, and the people writing it were all friends of Stieg Larsson, but unless you are a big fan of the books and Swedish films, you are going to become bored rather quickly I feel that Dan Burstein and his co writers took advantage of their friendship with Larsson to make some money off the guy Notice Larsson s longtime companion, Eva, did NOT participate in this book she was only quoted from already published articles The reason I gave this book such a high score is because it IS interesting and well written and when I reread The Girl With Who again, I will read it with deeper knowledge


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