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The Girl Who Played with Fire Audio Download – Unabridged

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Lisbeth Salander is a wanted woman. Two Millennium journalists are murdered and Salander's fingerprints are on the weapon. Her history of unpredictable behaviour makes her the official suspect, but no-one can find her. Salander may be an expert at staying out of sight, but she also has ways of tracking down her most elusive enemies.
©2006 Norstedts Agency; (P)2009 WF Howes Ltd

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  • Audio Download
  • Listening Length: 20 hours and 49 minutes
  • Program Type: Audiobook
  • Version: Unabridged
  • Publisher: Whole Story Audiobooks
  • Release Date: 8 July 2009
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B002SQ8XH6

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Sassy on 19 Nov. 2010
Format: Kindle Edition
Once I got past the long winded descriptions and numerous paragraphs of filler that really didn't need to be there, then this was quite enjoyable. But it really needs some brutal editing to prevent the dragging pace. I did enjoy the characters, although I found that because these were Swedish names, and some were quite similar, it was a bit confusing at times to work out who was who. I would probably read another one in the trilogy series but would hope for more editing next time.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By andy on 18 July 2014
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
My review is aimed in part, at those who have read some but not the whole trilogy.

The Millennium Trilogy has many people praising the three novels but also many who clearly don't like them. I had read The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo and very much enjoyed it but had not read the other two. I found that "Tattoo" took some time to get going, but the prose (or at least the translation of it) was very distinctive and the plot was good but I think it was the main characters of Mikael and Lisbeth that remained in my memory.

Because of some sight problems I had stopped reading for quite some time, but then bought a Kindle (so that I could enlarge the font size), and kept promising myself I would at some stage read the other two from the trilogy. They are reasonably long novels and was somewhat hesitant as I wondered if I would enjoy them as much as I had the first one.

There had been few years between reading the first and then the second and third novels and I had forgotten just what the prose was like - namely all the things that those who don't like it, will criticise (too long, too descriptive even to the extent of saying the model of computer or phone etc that is being used). But I am so glad that I eventually got round to reading the other two novels - apparently another seven had been planned, and presumably would have been published but for Steig Larsson's demise.

A fourth novel is to be published in 2015 but doesn't have the approval of Eva Gabrielsson, Larsson's partner as it will not use the unpublished material which is in her possession.

So to sum up, if you have read and enjoyed some but not all of the trilogy I would very much recommend the package as a whole. I would recommend the novels to anyone with the patience for a long but very well plotted story, beautifully descriptive prose and great characters.
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287 of 318 people found the following review helpful By acid_win VINE VOICE on 6 Jan. 2009
Format: Hardcover
An outstanding and dare I say superior sequel to "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo". Having read the first story of the trilogy this summer I was eager to know how the sequel would compare. In the girl with the dragon tattoo, Lisebeth Salander is definitely an enigmatic character and there are subtle hints that there is a lot of back story to her character. Am I glad that this back story has been developed and interwoven into this sequel. Too often we say "I couldn't put a book down" but in this case it is definitely a book you will be glued to.

The story comes to life when Salander is wanted in connection with some murders that have been commited. From this point the story moves on at a frenetic pace with all characters connected to Salander such as Blomkvist the journalist and Armansky her former employer defending her and trying to get to the bottom of the case alongside a national police investigation.

Ultimately this book is about why is Salander the way she is. What drives her and what is she willing to do to get to the truth?

Enjoy and look forward to the third part of the trilogy which should hopefully be translated from Swedish before the end of the year. If you're lucky (not me) and can read Swedish then why not get the third installment asap. Having said that if you're Swedish you've probably already read it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Cynthia Danute Cekauskas, LCSW on 8 May 2012
Format: Paperback
When I first read The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and Philosophy: Everything Is Fire (The Blackwell Philosophy and Pop Culture Series)I was so impressed. Here was a very unique book written by a MAN who seemed to be genuinely sensitive, understanding and empathic to women who have, far too often in history, been the victims of violence from anything emotionally/verbally, physically and sexually abusive at the hands of their significant others to being brutally assaulted sexually and murdered by serial killers who they had never even had previous contact with. Stieg Larsson really got it! Oh happy day!

This book, a sequel to the abovementioned novel, is EVEN BETTER if you could believe that were possible. It gets down and deep into the life of a one Lisbeth Salander who early on became the victim of sexualt assault, falling through the cracks of an inefficient and overburdened child welfare system in Sweden only to be sexually assaulted again. Much as something like this could happen in the United States,she is labelled and discarded as a psychopathic lesbian Satanist while such "pillars of society" as judges, police officers and journalists run free exploiting women from Eastern Europe deceived into the sex trade. Of course when three individuals are found murdered, one of them Salander's former guardian who had sexually assaulted her previously, it is automatically assumed that Salander is the perpetrator. How reminiscent of the more intelligent, skilled and resourceful women in history who the minute they showed ANY backbone in their own defense they were often labeled "witches" and it was justified by "the system" to have them burnt at the stake!
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