Girl Who Played With Fire
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In this instalment of the Millennium Trilogy, Salander is suspected of a triple homicide and the evidence against her is compelling. However, not everyone is convinced of her guilt and her friend and erstwhile lover attempts to prove her innocence and save her from the horrors of her past. Larsson's second book of the Millennium Trilogy is certainly better than his first. Good, but certainly not a great novel.
The issue is Larsson's lack of attention to detail. It's not that he didn't include the detail that would, ordinarily, make the fiction more believable (Salander's preferred brand of pizza for instance), it's just that some of what he did include is inconsistent with his character. Why does someone with a photographic memory need to ensure she memorises something, for example?
Of course I'll read or listen to the final instalment: it's lightweight fiction that requires little in the way of intellectual commitment.
Journal Entry 2
Starbucks - (zone closed October 2012) in Horsham, West Sussex United Kingdom on Saturday, May 05, 2012
Released 6 yrs ago (5/5/2012 UTC) at Starbucks - (zone closed October 2012) in Horsham, West Sussex United Kingdom
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On the bookshelf
Journal Entry 3
Horsham, West Sussex United Kingdom on Saturday, May 05, 2012
On the bookshelf
Journal Entry 4
Crawley, West Sussex United Kingdom on Sunday, May 06, 2012
Loved the origianl films, refuse to watch the Hollywood remake. I have borrowed book 1 in the series, now is the time to read it: then these discs will be perfect to listen to whilst I'm quilting. I will pass to a friend who is a spoken word book fan when I'm done.
Journal Entry 5
Redhill, Surrey United Kingdom on Monday, July 15, 2013
Released 5 yrs ago (7/15/2013 UTC) at Redhill, Surrey United Kingdom
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passing to Kevin