- If you like Stieg Larsson's Millennium trilogy, you might also enjoy Henning Mankell's The Man from Beijing.
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Having loved Stieg Larsson's The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, I was anxious to read The Girl Who Played with Fire.
Great fast moving story read one book right after another good pace interesting characters just keeps you going trying to find out what happens next very well done.
I think I could have stopped after the first book and been ok - beware once you start reading this one you will want to read the next!
This book is even better than the first and leaves you guessing until the end. The storyline is completely unexpected and full of twists and turns. Highly recommendedPublished 1 day ago by Stevi dorsey
This series has hooked me. On to part 3! I didn't want this to end. So happy it continues... The endPublished 3 days ago by Marcia Schneider
Fascinating story line. The movies are never as good as the books, but it's interesting to put voice and face to the character.Published 6 days ago by Wesley B. Livesey Jr.
Not my kind of book. Story line not bad, but I had to make myself finish it and could have easily put it down.Published 7 days ago by K. Koch
This author maintains three plot lines without the reader even knowing. This is a marvelous, complicated story. I have already reread it.Published 9 days ago by G. Hollrah
Read this over night. Not as exciting as the first book. Nevertheless, dying to know what happened next... I would still definitely recommend this book.Published 9 days ago by EB
I saw the movie "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and liked it so much that I bought his second book. I must say that he keeps you interested with every page, no slow parts. Read morePublished 9 days ago by John L. Worrell
Cant wait to read the last book ofthe trilolgy. Know it will be as good or evem more then other two.Published 9 days ago by Michelle
Wow! This is an exciting continuation of the first book. If you love suspense/thrillers you'll enjoy this series immensely. Read morePublished 10 days ago by P J LaRue