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    The second of the Stieg Larsson trilogy, The Girl Who Played With Fire. My husband is reading it at the same time, but he's on 2nd shift right now, so I read in bed before he gets home... I haven't caught up with him, but I'm getting there. I won't be able to finish it before I go to Denmark though, and I can't bring it with me!!
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    Lord of the White Hell (Book One) - Ginn Hale

    It's all right so far. I'm about halfway through. It has a very teen fiction vibe that I'm not sure I appreciate.

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    Lord of the White Hell (Book One) - Ginn Hale

    It's all right so far. I'm about halfway through. It has a very teen fiction vibe that I'm not sure I appreciate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aquarelle99 View Post
    The second of the Stieg Larsson trilogy, The Girl Who Played With Fire. My husband is reading it at the same time, but he's on 2nd shift right now, so I read in bed before he gets home... I haven't caught up with him, but I'm getting there. I won't be able to finish it before I go to Denmark though, and I can't bring it with me!!
    I read all three books only because of Lisbeth. Blomkvist does not interest me at all.

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    ^The only remarkable thing about The Millenium trilogy is the marketing campaign.
    Lisbeth Salander has all the depth and complexity of Lara Croft.
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    Narrative of the Life Frederick Douglass
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    I'm about to start War and Peace and Anna Karenina

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    I recently started Anna Karenina too. I’m yet to be persuaded by its reputation as the greatest novel ever written. I recently re/read Madame Bovary, Wuthering Heights and Tess of the d’Urbervilles so perhaps I’m just weary of the genre. I'm starting to wonder if it's compulsory for any female protagonist with a spark of intellectual or sexual curiosity in 19th century literature to come to a violent end...
    I suppose I’d want to kill myself if I lived back then, too.

    I'm halfway through Who's Afraid of Charles Darwin? by Griet Vandermassen which thus far is pretty disappointing; and When Nietzsche Wept by Irvin Yalom which, like so many things, is a better idea than it is a novel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicodemus View Post
    I read all three books only because of Lisbeth. Blomkvist does not interest me at all.
    Ha, actually I am the opposite... I don't find Lisbeth terribly interesting, but I like Blomkvist.

    They're not high literature or anything, but they're entertaining and help take my mind of stuff at night so I can sleep. Plus, I'm doing reading on complex systems science for class, so I think I've earned a bit of lighter leisure reading!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aquarelle99 View Post
    Ha, actually I am the opposite... I don't find Lisbeth terribly interesting, but I like Blomkvist.

    They're not high literature or anything, but they're entertaining and help take my mind of stuff at night so I can sleep. Plus, I'm doing reading on complex systems science for class, so I think I've earned a bit of lighter leisure reading!
    I've seen the movie and its sequel. I felt both movies were terribly stylish but Lisbeth didn't touch my heart.

    Do I have a hard heart or am I just difficult to please?

    Please tell me, for I don't think I have quite digested either.

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