Friday Morning Bookclub

April 6, 2010

Rate The Book: The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo

Filed under: Couples meetings,Polls,Rate The Book,The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo — susanbright @ 12:05 pm

We welcome all votes and comments. What did you think of the book?

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  1. The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo is definitely one of the more interesting books I have ever read. Lisbeth is such a wonderfully flawed character and the plot so different that I could hardly put the book down. The characters are well drawn out and I love that none of them are “perfect”. As my oldest daughter said when she lent it to me- “it is sort of sick and twisted but definitely a page turner” and I have to agree. I already read the second book- The Girl Who Played with Fire- and enjoyed that book as well. Can’t wait to read the 3rd!

    Comment by Karen Winer — April 9, 2010 @ 3:34 pm | Reply

    • Welcome Karen! I also loved The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo! I am anxious to read the next book and learm more about Lisbeth!

      Comment by susanbright — April 9, 2010 @ 4:43 pm | Reply

  2. I loved all three books! Lisbeth surprises us with her intellegence, computer skills ,survivial and revenge. She is the heroine with bloomkists help.
    Hi Audrey. From Lynn at the Manetamer.
    Other books that are must reads! My Enemys Cradle – a WW2 story of women carring German babys. Especially a Jewish woman poseing as her German friend.
    The First Stone – A love story about a Saudi Arabia Prince and his wife a Jewish spy. She is a (mole) sent by Isrial. She must choose between her country and the man she has come to love.
    Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet – A story of internment camps in San Francisco during the war. I love story between a Chinese boy and Japenese girl.
    Turning Angel – Takes place in the south. It covers rich and poor, black and white, older man and younger women, drugs,murder,family and friendship. Great story.
    The House at Riverton- A generational story in England about the rich homeowners and the poor workers.The mysterys,murder and love stories in the house has become a movie they recreate with one of the survivers.
    The Forgotten Garden-A child is sent to Astralia then her grandaughter searches for her lost relatives in England.

    Comment by lynn mcclain — April 13, 2010 @ 10:48 pm | Reply

    • Welcome Lynn, and thank you for all of your recommendations! We are planning to read My Enemy’s Cradle in June!

      Comment by susanbright — April 14, 2010 @ 8:35 am | Reply


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