Book Review: The Girl Who Played with Fire

Here is my long awaited review of Stieg Larsson 2nd book in his Millennium Trilogy.

Well, I got what I wished for which is a backstory for Lisbeth. It was done so well, but I had one major problem… again there was not enough Lisbeth.

Ok before I discuss this part I must talk about the beginning. The first 40 or 50 pages felt like a seperate story. It was odd almost a short story, but it built up Lisbeth.

This was a story about finding friends. Lisbeth opened her heart and discovered the meaning of friendship.

The twist was great. I wanted to fight once I discovered it. My reaction:

Ok enough spoilers, I liked the first novel and loved this one.

9 out on 10

Or a 4 out of 5


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