The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo was recently made into a movie, and because I think it’s wise to read the book before seeing the movie (and due to overwhelming reader response!), we decided to feature it as our January Book Club pick. Now, how will these monthly book club discussions work? First, I’m going to give you my opinion on the novel and then, you’re going to discuss below, using the comments section.
If you missed the post last week, we are starting up our very own book club. Each month, we will select a novel (using your suggestions, of course!) and then meet back here on the last Saturday of that month to discuss it. Without further ado, I'd like to announce that the inaugural pick of the CollegeCandy Book Club is...The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo by Stieg Larsson!
I figured we might as well see it while there is still buzz around it since I can't read the 600-page novel in time to see it in theaters. So on we went. And boy, do I regret having my mom, dad, older sister and YOUNGER brother watch this movie next to me, let alone within 1000 miles of me.
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