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The girl who played with fire
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This book is lights out, get it, and read it.
posted Nov 9, 2010 at 10:55AM
This book moves very fast and I was up late a few nights because I was so into the story I needed to keep reading. I was eager to find out how the book was going to end and now look forward to reading the last book in the series. However I am slightly torn to start it for fear that once that is done, I will not be able to dive into the lives of these characters any more. I will miss them for sure.
posted Apr 10, 2011 at 8:10AM
Westonka Winter Jackets Recommends said:
Really interesting from the start. If you've read the first, this book is easy to pick up.
posted Feb 13, 2012 at 6:40PM
Ted's Review said:
I actually enjoyed this book better than the first book, The Girl with the Dragon Tatoo. This story moves along very well and is hard to put down. I liked Lisbeth much better in this book and you are rooting for her all the way. Now it’s time for me to start the third book of the trilogy. I recommend reading "Fire" even if you weren’t thrilled with the first book. Rating = 4.5 out of 5.
posted Aug 24, 2012 at 4:47PM
The second book of the Millennium Trilogy—the book is set 2 years after the Wennerström affair and Lisbeth Salander is enjoying the benefits of her “acquisition” of wealth, traveling, purchasing an apartment and changing her appearance. She returns to Stockholm and soon becomes embroiled and framed in the murder of two writers working with Mikael Blomkvist (her former lover) and her guardian Nils Bjurman. The investigation leads Lisbeth to confront her violent childhood and the resulting tragedies. I enjoyed the fast paced action of this novel—though I enjoyed the first book more. The one thing that I didn’t like as well in this novel was the lack of real interaction between Bloomquist and Salander—which was one of my favorite parts of the first novel. A 4 out of 5 stars.
posted May 6, 2013 at 2:47PM
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Mysteriously disappeared forty years ago; comes from a wealthy family.
Writing an article about an extensive sex trafficking operation between Eastern Europe and Sweden.
Has many piercings and tattoos; has violent tendencies; accused of murdering two investigative reporters.
Harriet's uncle; hired Mikael to investigate Harriet's disappearance; believes Harriet was murdered.