Nicholas (nwhyte) wrote,

September Books 24) The Girl Who Played With Fire, by Stieg Larsson

Having hugely enjoyed the first in the series, despite the hype, I am glad to report that I thought The Girl Who Played With Fire was even better; what at first appears to be a tense but ultimately private and tragic tale of revenge for past abuse turns into a thriller with national and international complications; it's like the best of the Rebus novels, but with more attractive characters and much nastier sex. Very highly recommended; reading the first book first isn't necessary but is desirable.
Tags: bookblog 2011, writer: stieg larsson

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