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This was a MAJOR disappointment. Firstly - Smilla as the narrator just blabs on and on. We are taken back and forth, attempting to follow her train of thought. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Lynne Frappier
Saw the film a long time ago, and it haunted me.
Bought the VCR version about a year ago, and watched it a couple of times.
It was as good as I remembered. Read more
The negative reviews on this book say more about those readers than the book itself: the reader's pleasure in this thriller IS in the intellectual guessing. Read morePublished on Jan. 3 2004 by M. Cottafavi
To understand what is going in this novel you have to read every line of every page from the first page to the last page without blinking. Read morePublished on June 4 2002 by M. Tomlins
Smilla's seems to be the only person who realizes that the death of a young boy is not an accident, and she persues the truth relentlessly, and I mean relentlessly, until she... Read morePublished on March 5 2002 by Susan E. Hallander
I felt the book began well with the first few chapters,
but the middle 400 plus pages dragged on, and really did
not have any "technothriller" or mystery... Read more
When I have started reading this book Smilla's Sense of Snow I really thought it would be interesting...I thought wrong. Read morePublished on Jan. 31 2002 by StarbucksQueen101
"Smilla's Sense of Snow" starts off as a mystery and ends as a thriller. I liked it better while it was a mystery. The ending was a huge letdown! (... Read morePublished on Dec 4 2001