I presume what I have to accomplish here would be to reveal the trilogy. It is possible to read the very first and not the rest but I feel they work together the ideal. Over all there are lots of stories all through each one the books but the most important theme is about the girl with the tattoo. She’s described as a anti hero which is really a pretty apt description. She’s brilliant, prickly and downright antisocial however you love her anyway.
I had been asked the other day when I presumed that kids could read on these. I told the mom to learn them. There are several pretty disturbing scenes from tattoo ideas each one of the novels and there are a few language but it’s the way he writes that conjures up amazing graphics and perhaps not all of good ones either.
The very first publication covers an excellent narrative where we meet a number of the characters who will carry on through the collection. Blomkvist is just a journalist that follows a story doggedly. He’s requested to look to a disappearance that happened several years before also to devote his whole life to the undertaking. The payoff is too good to deny and therefore he’s thrown into a world of morals, lies, misuse and family sagas. He enlists the help of a person at a security firm who excels in research especially through the internet and that is where we now meet Lisbeth aka the girl with all the dragon tattoo.
To say a great deal more could eliminate the content of the story, so go ahead and browse them yourselves. I am aware they’ve been raved about for months now and I finally got around to reading them but primarily as a friend recommended them highly. There is a bit of a mystery in each novel but chiefly huge sums of intrigue and suspense. Our most important characters are very unique and the villains are just that, villainous. I honestly can not wait to watch the pictures today to see how they have been interpreted. The first two novels are shot in Swedish and the first will be redone in English/American with Daniel Craig as our hero.