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Part Blistering Espionage Thriller, Part Riveting Police Procedural, And Part Piercing Expos On Social Injustice, The Girl Who Played With Fire Is A Masterful, Endlessly Satisfying Novel Mikael Blomkvist, Crusading Publisher Of The Magazine Millennium, Has Decided To Run A Story That Will Expose An Extensive Sex Trafficking Operation On The Eve Of Its Publication, The Two Reporters Responsible For The Article Are Murdered, And The Fingerprints Found On The Murder Weapon Belong To His Friend, The Troubled Genius Hacker Lisbeth Salander Blomkvist, Convinced Of Salander S Innocence, Plunges Into An Investigation Meanwhile, Salander Herself Is Drawn Into A Murderous Game Of Cat And Mouse, Which Forces Her To Face Her Dark Past From The Trade Paperback Edition A downright masterpiece The action sequences, the constant tension continually building up to lead to a tremendous ending Lisbeth freaking Salander, she may actually be one of the best, and most complex characters I ve ever had the pleasure of reading about Introverted, extremely genial, and dangerous if need be, she s the epitome of the formula to the creation of a super intriguing character.
Like the first book, this was a complete investigation kind of book But unlike the first one, this has nothing to do with third parties, and everything to do with Lisbeth It s a personal book, and it cements the core of this series, which is Lisbeth There are lots of new information about Lisbeth, and she becomes somewhat ILLUSTRATED What I learned from this book in no particular order 1 Swedish billionaires furnish their multi million dollar apartments with IKEA well, at least ONE peculiar Swedish billionaire image error A 82% Very Good NotesAn entirely different mood, pace and atmosphere than its predecessor, it thrives off the strength of a single character.
The first book was for the most part plot driven The 40 year old mystery took a while to unfold, but was interesting when it did So was Lisbeth, although she wasn t the main focus Enter, The Girl Who Played With Fire The story has now turned character driven with Lisbeth as the protagonist But instead of having much of a plot of any character revelations about her early on, we read about her buying a new apartment, grocery shopping, and what furniture she picked out at IKEA in great detail Seriously, you could go down to the store and decorate the same way if you wanted, that s the level of description he gave I was bored out of my mind This goes on for a staggering 172 pages.
Mystery thriller Surely you jest This book wasn t a mystery whatsoever for me The fact that the police and everyone else working to solve the case chose to ignore it was pitifu The first book was for the most part plot driven The 40 year old mystery took a while to unfold, but was interesting when it did So was Lisbeth, although she wasn t the main focus Enter, The Girl Who Played With Fire The story has now turned character driven with Lisbeth as the protagonist But instead of having much of a plot of any character revelations about her early on, we read about her buying a new apartment, grocery shopping, and what furniture she picked out at IKEA in great detail Seriously, you could go down to the store and decorate the same way if you wanted, that s the level of description he gave I was bored out of my mind This goes on for a staggering 172 pages.
Mystery thriller Surely you jest This book wasn t a mystery whatsoever for me The fact that the police and everyone else working to solve the case chose to ignore it was pitifu Stieg Larsson doesn t really do subtle If he thinks an issue is important, he will shout it from the rooftops With a megaphone But since he is condemning misogyny and violence towards women, I m ok with thatSalander was the woman who hated men who hate womenThis book, much than its predecessor, focuses on the tiny but tough Lisbeth Salander We learn quite a bit about the fascinating and horrific backstory that led to Salander developing her unique, defensive, prickly personalityDon t ever fight with Lisbeth Salander Her attitude towards the rest of the world is that if someone threatens her with a gun, she ll get a bigger gun.
But don t let the focus on Lisbeth fool you essentially, this book should have been simply titled Men Who Hate Women, Part II Men Who Hate Women was the original title of the first Swedish book, before it was changed to include a marketa I am confident that Stieg Larsson has a reason for this, but Lisbeth Salander is not much of a heroine Let s list her transgressions from The Girl Who Played With Fire and these will be deliberately out of context 1 She forces herself on a 16 year old boy in Granada.
2 She kills a man on the beach during a hurricane.
3 She shuts out Blomkvist for a very long time for a perceived slight, giving him no explanation.
4 She fails to take or show the necessary care with her ex guardian after his stroke.
5 She alienates everyone else who cares about her.
6 She lives off billions that she stole.
7 She invades the apartment of her guardian and threatens his life in the middle of the night.
8 She endangers the lives of friends and innocents.
9 She very nearly burned her father to death when she was a teenager.
10 She pulls a Very short review due to the glitches on GR This is the second book in the trilogy I loved it and I loved the movie The book bogs down a little but it s all good Lisbeth is back and doing her own thing Lisbeth has been away from Mikael for some time But, they come back together when Lisbeth is accused of killing that jerk rapist of hers Spoiler Lisbeth looks into a sex trafficking ring that Mikael is involved in and finds out some things about her past she didn t want to know Her evil arse father is alive and she has a brother and they need to be taken out But this almost gets her killed Thank God Mikael was able to find her He had come.
He smelled of aftershave She hated the smell of him.
Heobserved her for a long time She hated his silence.
Then he spoke to her He had a dark, clear voice that stressed, pedantically, each word She hated his voice.
He laid the back of a moist hand on her forehead and ran his fingers along her hairline in a gesture that was probably intended to be friendly She hated his touch.
Lisbeth Salander is simply unforgettable I read the first book in this trilogy the year it was published in English and I remember the book so vividly that even five years later I transitioned into this book as if I d just finished reading Dragon last week Salander is 4 11 , but she walks across the literary landscape with such giant strides it is impossible to ignore her I ll always consider the Millennium series as a trilogy, this is due to all three original novels being adapted into movies in 2009.
It s only taken me 10 years to finally read the books It s true that the second volume isn t as strong as the first, but the character of Lisbeth is so strong and fascinating that it s hard to not get hooked by her exploits.
The trilogy is so good because this second volume explores her backstory and the reader gets a better sense of what makes her tick.
This part is crucial to enjoying the third outing in the series.
It s testament to Larsson s writing that I was instantly drawn into the story way before the main plot of Lisbeth being accused of three murders and subsequently on the run takes shape.
It probably helps that it s been a decade since I d watched Noomi Rapace s portrayal of Flickan som lekte med elden The Girl Who Played with Fire Millennium, 2 , Stieg Larsson The Girl Who Played with Fire Swedish Flickan som lekte med elden is the second novel in the best selling Millennium series by Swedish writer Stieg Larsson It was published posthumously in Swedish in 2006 and in English in January 2009 The book features many of the characters who appeared in The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo 2005 , among them the title character, Lisbeth Salander, a brilliant computer hacker and social misfit, and Mikael Blomkvist, an investigative journalist and publisher of Millennium magazine The novel is formally divided into a prologue followed by four parts Part 1 Irregular Equations Part 2 From Russia with Love Part 3 Absurd Equations Part 4 Terminator Mode 2014 1389 558 9786005883282 21 1393 747 9786001194610 1393 670 9789648957402 200 A downright masterpiece The action sequences, the constant tension continually building up to lead to a tremendous ending Lisbeth freaking Salander, she may actually be one of the best, and most complex characters I ve ever had the pleasure of reading about Introverted, extremely genial, and dangerous if need be, she s the epitome of the formula to the creation of a super intriguing character.
Like the first book, this was a complete investigation kind of book But unlike the first one, this has nothing to do with third parties, and everything to do with Lisbeth It s a personal book, and it cements the core of this series, which is Lisbeth There are lots of new information about Lisbeth, and she becomes somewhat

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ß Read ✓ Flickan som lekte med elden by Stieg Larsson á sustanon.pro Expo , Larsson was active in documenting and exposing Swedish extreme right and racist organisations When he died at the age of 50, Larsson left three unpublished thrillers and unfinished manuscripts for The first three books