The Girl Who Played with Fire
“The Girl who Played with Fire” is the second novel in The Millennium Trilogy and was first published in 2006. It was published in English in 2009 and straight away became a No. 1 Best Seller in UK and was the first translated novel to do that in the hardback chart. It won the Swedish Crime... show more
“The Girl who Played with Fire” is the second novel in The Millennium Trilogy and was first published in 2006.
It was published in English in 2009 and straight away became a No. 1 Best Seller in UK and was the first translated novel to do that in the hardback chart.
It won the Swedish Crime Writers´ Academy Award in 2006 for The Best Swedish Crime Novel .
According to figures from June 2011, the Millennium Trilogy has together sold 60 million copies in more than 50 countries.
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Publish date: 5 września 2012
Pages no: 1
Edition language: English
After finishing the first book I went immediately to the bookstore in order to buy the sequels. On the one hand I was really curious to figure out how to story would end, but on the other I was a little scared because the first book seemed rather closed for me. While The Girl Who Played with Fire fe...
This was audiobook #2 for me. It's definitely a different experience than reading the book again. That is to say, it took a heck of a long time to finish listening to it. If I'm not mistaken this second book is longer than the first in the Millennium trilogy in print, so it may be advisable to just ...
The Girl Who Played with Fire is the second novel in the late Stieg Larsson's Millennium series featuring the troubled, but brilliant, Lisbeth Salander. It is a thriller driven by a murder mystery as well as the mystery of "the evil" that set Salander's life course. There are psycho bad guys, corrup...
Lisbeth Salander has cut off ties with everyone she knows and is travelling the world with a dead man's money, but when she returns home to Sweden she becomes embroiled in the murder of three people: two who were about to reveal some big names involved in illegal sex crimes and the third an old anta...
This second book in Stieg Larsson's trilogy has a tighter plot structure than it predecessor. Overall, it was an enjoyable thriller.