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I am way too dumb to be able to follow the plots of the Millenium books, so even this I had to read twice to understand why the hell it is that Mikael Blomkvist’s sex trafficking news story ends up with Lisbeth Salander on the run for multiple homicides or whatever, because what kind of convenient nonsense is that and how do any of the elements in this book fit together in a believable way?
And the answer is that it doesn’t make a ton of sense — I mean, more sense than it should, I guess, but on I am way too dumb to be able to follow the plots of the Millenium books, so even this I had to read twice to understand why the hell it is that Mikael Blomkvist’s sex trafficking news story ends up with Lisbeth Salander on the run for multiple homicides or whatever, because what kind of convenient nonsense is that and how do any of the elements in this book fit together in a believable way?
And the answer is that it doesn’t make a ton of sense — I mean, more sense than it should, I guess, but on the other hand, you could also just write a plot that doesn’t rely so completely on shocking coincidence?
On the other hand, why am I expecting so much? People like these books, sure, but like, is anyone saying they’re, I dunno, art? And even if they were art, would they be art because they have logical plots, or would they be art because Lisbeth Salander is, yknow, fucking cool and shit?
I think what I’ve come to bodon is that the art of these books, if there is one, is that they take all the slimy, exploitative elements of crime fiction and sort of turn them inside out and make you hate yourself for fetishizing luridness, not in some kind of puritanical moralist kind of way, but more like — why do we have this fascination with, and proclivity toward violence?
I like The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo because it makes me feel disgusting, and I’m not quite sure if its sequel makes me feel disgusting or just sort of stupid.
I also don’t know why I should care how it makes me feel, for fuck’s sake. Who owes anyone anything in this doomed world. The second graphic novel in the Swedish Millenium Trilogy adaptation continues the pulpy trashiness of the first book, if not the strength of story and character. Unfortunately, it struggles with many of the same problems that plague sequels.
It treads much of the same territory as the first, only with higher stakes, but not much different to say.
In this case, this means upping the violence and sexual violence as well. There isn’t nearly as much interesting mystery to be uncovered as in the fir The second graphic novel in the Swedish Millenium Trilogy adaptation continues the pulpy trashiness of the first book, if not the strength of story and character.
There isn’t nearly as much interesting mystery to be uncovered as in the first story, nor as much to learn about our protagonist or eponymous girl who is playing with fire.
Millenium: 2. La chica que soñaba con una cerilla y un bidón de gasolina by Sylvain Runberg
And, like many middle stories of a trilogy, we end with something of a cliffhanger instead of cerklla satisfying conclusion of the first, superior story. The art is also a little less polished than the first book.
In all, whether this follow up is worth reading has a lot to do with how the third book is handled. I haven’t read it.
As of now, I have high hopes that the third book will justify and redeem this one. If so, it will find itself an adequate second chapter.
If not, I’ll wish I had stopped after the near perfect first book. Aug 10, Soobie’s scared rated it liked gasolin Shelves: Por otro, cuando leo, todos los acontecimientos me parecen familiares. A veces, no pude distinguir los flashbacks del relato porque no hay marcadores. Estoy esperando el tercer tomo para poder concluir este serie. Even more trimmed than the first book, with lots cut and a fair bit of stuff changed. The book confused me bad enough, so having this skimmed version and trying to keep track of who is involved with what is really hard.
Very basic nutshell of the overarching plot, done less efficiently than the first. Aug 22, Sarah rated it it was ok. Artwork is great but the horror and unx that was the original book looses out on being boiled down considerably – read the books before enjoying the art and recap that these comic books really are.
They are great but they add to the books if you have read them.
Millenium: 2. La chica que soñaba con una cerilla y un bidón de gasolina
If you read these instead of the books you will loose out. Read both but read the books first. Jul 01, Ed Correa rated dw liked it. I listened to this audio book as part of the trilogy which I gasoina read years ago. Nov 02, La Espada en la Tinta rated it really liked it Shelves: Kenny rated it really liked it Aug 22, Ponce rated it really liked it Apr 13, Jonathan Lange rated it it was ok Nov 02, Roxana Linares rated it it was amazing Nov 13, Laura Nieto rated it really liked it Jul 13, Flavio Sarabia rated it it was amazing Nov 16, Gael Dobarro rated it it was amazing Apr 06, Paul rated it liked it Jun 06, Cristina Perdomo rated it liked it Nov 21, Antonio Liporace rated it really liked it Nov 07, Ronald Becerra rated it it was amazing Oct 11, Jenna rated it really liked it Jul 12, Karen Daniela rated it it was amazing Nov 21, Mariana Bucio rated it really liked it Dec 20, Eleni rated it really liked it Jul 04, Maria P rated it really liked it Dec 21, gasokina Ridgecsi rated it really liked it Nov 22, Anna rated it it was amazing Jul 26, Raul rated it really liked it Oct 09, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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