The Girl Who Played with FireStieg Larsson
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'Intelligent, complex, with a gripping plot and deeply intriguing characters' Philip Pullman, Guardian. 'A frighteningly suspenseful mystery' Harlen Coben. 'Brilliantly written and totally gripping' Minette Walters. 'As vivid as bloodstains on snow' Lee Child. 'In her (Salander) Larsson has created a heroine unique to detective fiction. Where else can you find a bisexual female detective with punk-era fashion sense who just happens to be an expert computer hacker?' Independent. 'Star of the show is, once again, the brilliant and misanthropic computer hacker, Lisbeth Salander, an eccentric and unique heroine ... it is tightly orchestrated, with all the twists and turns of an old-fashioned spy novel, and the most jaw-dropping ending' Kate Mosse. 'As good as crime writing gets', Times Literary Supplement. 'Even more gripping and astonishing than the first ... this novel will leave readers on the edge of their seats' Sunday Times.
Winner of Glasnyckeln (Glass Key Award) 2005.
Could not put it down Stieg Larsson is one clever writer. To be read after The girl with The Dragon Tattoo. I sat in front of the fire on the coldest wettest weekend we've had in Melbourne for years and thoroughly enjoyed myself with this enthralling novel. Go get it. Not game to pick up The Girl who Kicked the Hornets' Nest in fear of getting nothing done. Enjoy PS Maybe it will rain again this weekend.
Reviewed By DD