Lisbeth Salander and Mikael Blomkvist (the due that originated with The Girl in the Dragon Tattoo) return in the highly anticipated follow-up to Stieg Larsson’s The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest. [easyazon_image add_to_cart=”default” align=”left” asin=”0385354282″ cloaking=”default” height=”500″ localization=”default” locale=”US” nofollow=”default” new_window=”default” src=”//ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51JgG1GkAJL.jpg” tag=”bestthricom-20″ width=”335″]In this adrenaline-charged thriller (written by David Lagercrantz, not the late Stieg Larsson), […]
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A phenomenon like Gone Girl comes along rarely in the book world. Just two years after becoming a massive literary sensation, the film – which ended up being quite good – was catapulted into theaters with a screenplay penned by original author Gillian Flynn. And the film, in turn, has since reignited interest in the book. If you’re just now getting […]
The Bottom Line: A daring, razor-sharp psychological thriller that will please fans of both Stieg Larsson and E. L. James. Walls deftly packs in everything readers want in a suspense novel: danger, scorn, betrayal and eroticism, which it delivers in spades. In Walls, psychologist Dan Whitney and his wife Michelle set off for Palm Springs […]
Girl With the Dragon Tattoo Fans pay attention: the film marking the final chapter in the Steig Larsson trilogy is finally released in the U.S. Check out the trailer now.
So many books to read and so little time. We’ve read more great books this year than in any other in recent memory. Increasingly, talented authors seem to be drifting into the thriller genre with new approaches to familiar literary conventions. Here’s our take on the best of the best so far.
The second film in the Millennium Trilogy, based on the bestselling novels by Stieg Larsson, is a major step down from what was one of the freshest crime thrillers in recent memory.
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo is finally available for your home theatre. We offer plenty of reasons to see the Swedish film and NOT to wait for the Americanized movie.