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The Girl Who Played With Fire (book)

68 Ratings: 3.4
A book by Stieg Larsson.

Mikael Blomkvist, crusading journalist and publisher of the magazine Millennium, has decided to run a story that will expose an extensive sex trafficking operation between Eastern Europe and Sweden, implicating well-known and highly placed members of … see full wiki

Author: Stieg Larsson
Genre: Fiction
Publisher: Knopf
Date Published: July 28, 2009 (U.S.)
30 reviews about The Girl Who Played With Fire (book)
review by . July 11, 2009
**SPOILER ALERT** The Girl Who Played With Fire is an excellent sequel to the deservedly acclaimed The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo.  It is the second in what will be a three part trilogy following the life of the Lisbeth Salander, an abused genius with what her friend, journalist Mikael Blomkivst, believes is Asperser’s Syndrome. In the previous novel Salander, who has a photographic memory, helps Blomkvist solve a mystery and in the meantime dealt with her own personal travails. Here …
review by . June 10, 2009
This book is one of the better sequel books I have read in a long time! It doesn't miss a beat picking up almost where the first book finished off. In this book Mikhael Blomkvist and Lisbeth Salander are totally out of contact. Lisbeth decided to break off any further involvement with Blomkvist Lisbeth is taking a rest from the Vanger incident, traveling and getting cosmetic surgery while Blomkvist is busy restoring Millenium to a successful magazine.     Blomkvist is working …
review by . September 26, 2009
Author Stieg Larsson successfully follows up his first installment of the Millenium trilogy, "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (Vintage)," with a glimpse of the eponymous Lisbeth Salander's sad and misunderstood past in "The Girl Who Played With Fire," a page-turner that keeps the reader entertained and begging for more right until the heroine utters her very last relieved and happy yet slightly cynical acknowledgment of sidekick Mikael Blomkvist's presence.     The two main characters, …
review by . July 11, 2009
**SPOILER ALERT**    The Girl Who Played With Fire is an excellent sequel to the deservedly acclaimed The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo. It is the second in what will be a three part trilogy following the life of the Lisbeth Salander, an abused genius with what her friend, journalist Mikael Blomkivst, believes is Asperser's Syndrome.    In the previous novel Salander, who has a photographic memory, helps Blomkvist solve a mystery and in the meantime dealt with …
review by . June 05, 2009
Larsson, Steig. "The Girl Who Played with Fire", Knopf, 2009.    A Heroine    Amos Lassen    "The Girl Who Played with Fire" is a moving novel out of Scandinavia. The two main characters are Lisabeth Salander, a Lara Croft type heroine and Mikael Blomkvist, a crusading journalist. The writing is excellent, the story is exciting and the characters are wonderful. Salander and Blomkvist make a team with the finest and strangest partnership …
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