This is meant to be the review of “The girl who kicked the hornets’ nest”, but I feel that I’m going to touch on all three novels of the series in one way or another, because some aspects are valid for all of them. Plus, I did no review of the other two books, so this review would not make sense as a stand-alone thing.
I have mentioned it on Instagram previously, but these novels have rocked my psychological thriller world. I was first introduced to the Girl with the Dragon tattoo. I was intrigued by the movie that features Daniel Craig and Rooney Mara and by its overall dark undertones. Just look at it, it has such a grey, atmospheric trailer. Same goes for the earlier Swedish movies based on the series, which in a way are better made than the Hollywood counterpart. But this article is gonna be long, I’m not gonna go into details.
At that point, I did not know what grey murder mysteries Continue reading “Stieg Larsson’s Millenium trilogy and why I have doubts about reading other Nordic authors”