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The Girl Who Played with Fire by Stieg Larsson
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Jul 11, 2015

really liked it
bookshelves: favorite-books, owned, adult
Read from February 02 to March 26, 2012

I just finished this today due to my school works and I have to stop reading for my exams. But anyways, the book was good.. The first book was better though.

The story begins as Lisbeth Salander cuts her connection to Mikael Blomkvist, she spend her time out of the country and other luxuries. While Mikael Blomkvist tries to keep in contact with her but then she gave no response.Millenium is working on a book to expose johns who were involved in sex trafficking and other illegal acts written by Dag Svensson, a journalist and Blomkvist's friend.

While on progress, Dag Svensson and his girlfriend Mia Johansson were murdered by a mysterious killer. Not only that, Nils Bjurman, Salander's guardian was also murdered by a mysterious killer. Making Lisbeth Salander the suspect of this triple murder. Blomkvist believes Salander was innocent as he helps her to solve this and seeks justice for his two friends (Svensson and Johansson). There are so many revelations.. something involved with the named Alexander Zalachenko a.k.a Zala and his connection to Lisbeth and the murder case.
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Quotes Beatrice Liked

Stieg Larsson
“There are no innocents. There are, however, different degrees of responsibility.”
Stieg Larsson, The Girl Who Played with Fire

Stieg Larsson
“Don’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.”
Stieg Larsson, The Girl Who Played with Fire

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60.0% "will stop here for a while :)"
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