The Girl Who Played with Fire

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The Girl Who Played with Fire

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The Girl Who Played with Fire

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I often find that the second book following a best seller is not always up to the same standard as the first book. Not so here! This book picks right up at the same pace as the "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" and really takes off and is not as violent or graphic as the first. Of course, with such great characters to further develop, how can we not continue to be thrilled. Very good book, read it knowing that there is at least one more in the series! By: Maggie Hasbrouck "TREASURE Twenty One Paintin…

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The Girl Who Played with Fire The main (female) character , Lisabeth Slander, in this book was intriging to me although I suspect many readers may not have been able to diagnose how or why she was so unique since they are not familiar with this. I suggest when the reader learns this factor, tO look it up so you will further understand how well this was written and it would make more sense to undersand this character. I do think if I had not worked with these people, I may have lost some of the significance of her behaviors. I am glad the author did verify my suspicions in the first book and not right off the start either. The intrigue game me a chance to analyze what and how the dialog was written. Very well done! I especially would recommend this to those working in the mental health field or to those who deal with exceptional children! By: noahazark

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This book starts out a little slowly and you wonder "why is the author sticking this in?". Before long, the plot takes off like a rocket! The characters are so incredible and richly described. If you enjoy suspense, intrigue and human emotions..this whole series will be just right The Girl Who Played with Fire. By:drh

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The Girl Who Played with Fire

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