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Tuesday, 20 September 2011

Girl with Tattoos

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Girl with Tattoos
The Girl with Tattoos by the late Swedish author Stieg Larsson is a thrilling novel, one with enough twists and turns to keep all mystery lovers at bay. With a great storyline and some amazing characters, The Girl with Tattoos scores high on all fronts and truly deserves its place at the top of all bestseller lists. The Girl with Tattoos design does have some violent and grisly scenes and may be disturbing to read for certain audiences’ but it is something that is essential to the plot of the book.

The Girl with Tattoos starts off by introducing us to the main characters of Mikael Blomkvist and Lisbeth Salander. Both these characters are a work of genius in themselves and the reader slowly but surely gets transported into the world that they live in. With easy to follow subject matter and some great translation from the original Swedish work, The Girl with Tattoos has a move toward different to anything I’ve ever read before in a fiction novel. I was totally hooked onto it from the very start and loved the complex yet detailed story, eager to move on from one chapter to the next.
The character sketched Girl with Tattoos design by Stieg Larsson is done in a good-looking manner with Salander as unexpected a heroine that one can ever imagine. An amazing hacker, she is mysterious in her ways and actions and makes one wonder as to what she’ll do next. The other character, Mikael Blomkvist, an investigative journalist is another character who has been created as the great folly to the mysterious Salander. The book truly comes alive when these two explosive characters meet and pair up to solve a decade old murder mystery.
To visually express the tonal character, nuances and spirit of another culture through film is extremely difficult to girl tattoo. This is made all the more harder when you’re trying to condense and stay true to a book that has a packed narrative – and enough plotlines to make a number of films – running to over 500 pages. I have no doubt that David Fincher – a Director I very much admire – will do a great job with the pulp aspect of the ‘Girl with Tattoos’ and its partner books in the trilogy. However, underneath the surface of the books lie important questions about Swedish society.

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