- 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!
After reading the first, The Girl With the Dragon Tatoo, I couldn't wait for the next two. Don't know what it is about them as I'm not a big mystery/crime novel reader--may be... Read morePublished 10 hours ago by Martha Jane Boyd
Great story line. Great book to read when you are relaxing. I would recommend this book to others for real.Published 2 days ago by Mafia1
Keeps you wanting to find out what has happened and why.
A little extreme in a couple areas, but overall very good reading.
A real page turner.To bad we lost Stieg Larsson.Great book hold the readers interest at all times.Not to be missed.Published 3 days ago by harvey b.bass
I had only bought the first book in the series, since I wouldn't ever read the second two if I didn't like the first one! Read morePublished 4 days ago by jamiepopo
This story has a good plot & moves well. I enjoyed reading the story,& following the twists & turns in itPublished 5 days ago by Nancy
I enjoyed the story and the way it was written. Only difficult thing about the book was the names, due to the fact the storyline takes place in Sweden and surrounding area of... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Luann Bushnell
I liked the first book in the trilogy a lot, it set the context well, and it was a great story. It's shortcoming was that it had three endings and, as such, didn't resolve cleanly. Read morePublished 9 days ago by M. J. McDonald
The first book did not impress me. I stopped, picked it up, stopped and even though I'd seen the movie, it was still confusing at times. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Katie A. E