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güçlendirici. şımarık. bazen çok fazla.

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En iyi kitap? Lisede anlamadım. Ama bir kez daha okuduğumda, uçuruldum.

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Oprah ve izleyiciler bu kitap hakkında övündükten sonra onu okumak zorunda kaldım. Ama söylemeliyim ki, hayal kırıklığına uğradım. Sanırım çok fazla beklenti. O, o deneyime sahip olabilir sevindim, ama onun şimdiye kadar ilgili bir şey kaldırıldı.

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So I finally decided to give one of these 'dragon tattoo' books a whirl. On the positive side, it was definitely a page-turner. The mystery is compelling enough, albeit a bit too predictable. People are drawn to these books mostly for the characters I think. Lisbeth is especially striking because she is a coquettish-action figure type that has no ability to charm people. In fact, it's implied that she might have aspergers. My biggest critique of the book is that the description of "hacking" rings false. Lisbeth, the central character, is supposed to be a genius hacker. Yet, what kind of hacker demands a iBook with a backlit keyboard (so she can type in the dark)? Anyone who knows even one computer geek knows that they don't give a shit about apple products. All they care about is HARDWARE. Also, if she is really brilliant with computers she wouldn't need a backlit keyboard to type in the dark - she would know the keys by touch. There are more inaccuracies with the "hacking" descriptions that I could mention, but you get the idea. I understand that Steig Larsson's primary goal is to tell a story, and he is competent in executing that task. I just wish he would have done his research, that's all.

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Though I personally am not a pest, I'll give it a chance...