Even though he would have liked to serve up some excuses, some- thing told him that that would make matters worse. He had a sneaking feeling that his defeat was not just down to bad luck, and almost against his will he began to feel frightened again. Who the hell was she? Cautiously he looked her in the eye and now she no longer looked like a stroppy, insecure nobody. Now she seemed cold—like a predator eyeing its prey.
He felt deeply ill at ease, as if the defeat on the chessboard were but a prelude to something much, much worse. He glanced towards the door. Convert currency. Add to Basket. Condition: New. Seller Inventory M More information about this seller Contact this seller. Never used!. Seller Inventory P Book Description See description. Condition: new.
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From the Hardcover edition. All rights reserved. Buy New Learn more about this copy. It seems that Salander, like Balder, is a target of ruthless cyber gangsters - and a violent criminal conspiracy that will very soon bring terror to the snowbound streets of Stockholm, to the Millennium team, and to Blomkvist and Salander themselves. The Girl in the Spider's Web is book four in the Millennium series.
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And this time the stakes are higher, the canvas broader, the net wider. The good news first. The plot is thick and moves fast. Salander still does Padmaja Sreenivas Sep, You could sense from the very first page that the writing style is not the same as the earlier three books. It does justice for the character Lisbeth but still I would have liked the plot to be more thick. Anyways if you have read the earlier three parts no harm in finishing the series. Excellent story to continue the Millennium Series.. Late one night, Blomkvist receives a phone call from a source claiming to have information vital to the United States.
The source has been in contact with a young female superhacker—a hacker resembling someone Blomkvist knows all too well.
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The implications are staggering. Blomkvist, in desperate need of a scoop for Millennium, turns to Salander for help. She, as usual, has her own agenda. The secret they are both chasing is at the center of a tangled web of spies, cybercriminals, and governments around the world, and someone is prepared to kill to protect it.
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David Lagercrantz has taken Stieg Larsson's characters, the original trilogy's plot and spun a beautiful tale. This book has its own new characters who add to the story. Of particular interest to me was August, the autistic Savant who at 8 years of age is able to collaborate with our very own favorite Lisbeth Salander. A must read. I didn't know what to expect from a Stieg Larsson book written by someone who's not Stieg Larsson, but I must say I hardly noticed the difference.
True, I read the first three Millennium books in , but Mikael and Lisbeth were portrayed here just like I remembered them. I didn't know how much I missed Lisbeth Salander until I started this book, and now I can't wait for the fith book in the series.
I understand and respect Eva Gabrielsson's frustration, but as a writer myself, I think I'd like someone to respectfully finish the story I've started writing should I die before finishing it. Very good reviews have been written about this book and I encourage they be read since they cover background and overviews which I do not intend to critique Two new issues that I personally appreciated were 1 that Millennium's Blomkvist's pet pastime, or stress-reliever, changed from drinking coffee and smoking, which I had been certain was Larsson's bad habit and was going to be the death of him, to reading Elizabeth George's Detective Lynley mysteries; and 2 that another enchanting character, August Balder, an eight year-old autistic savant, is being developed as perhaps a growing partner to Lisbeth Salander.
Am anxiously looking forward to the continuation of this series. I have to give credit to David Lagercrantz - it's almost disconcerting for Larsson's sake! I found it eerie to read it - while realizing that it was not Larsson who wrote it. The same format short chapters with intriguing ending, with another starting about something else - which makes you almost speed up your reading, so as to get to the next one and see what's going on It's also the same theme - investigating journalism with Mikael Blomkvist facing more problems , and the hacker community with Lisbeth Salander in the lead , and Salander's fight against the abuse of women and children; there is a subtheme of autism and the "savant" notion in some autistic children, which I found amazing.
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We also learn more about Salander's past, more skeletons come out of the closet this time around. The narrative is a bit better than the dialog. And yet, the new plot is fresh and keeps you on your toes. Perfectly entertaining page turner that respectfully attempts to capture the tone of the original series. Blomkvist is still too clever to be believable and Salander is in full superhero mode here but a romp's a romp.
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