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What the community says about The Girl Who Played with Fire (Millennium)
- "For those that occasionally like to place their tin-foil caps on the novel "The Girl Who Played with Fire" will be perfect for those that like to tackle conspiracy theories. This story deals with a computer hacker escaping the accusation of murder in a riveting tale that keeps me turning the page. "
- "This is a great book that is the very satisfying end to the Millennium series. The focus is on the female protagonist Lisbeth as she has been accused of murder. Blomkvist is the investigator who works to prove her innocence, and he's an interesting character as well. I think this book is a gripping and enthralling read that will thrill fans of the series. "
- "I'm not really seeing where the polyamorous relationships come into play in this book, so I don't think it is suited for this category. This book is a nail bitter because there is so much going on in here. There are cover ups, suspense, flashbacks, you just want to find out what is going on. It is a really good read if you have time, but not the best polyamorous fiction book."
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- "I thought it was a decent read, and indeed has an enjoyably disturbing plot, but certainly not the best. The rest of the series is quite good but this one seemed to get lost in tedium at quite a few points. I also didn't care for the ending. I can easily think of 10 better books for this category."
- "While The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo was pretty good, and had the wonderful and romantic rape scenes being traded back and forth, it doesn't have the thrilling depth of its sequel. Lisbeth is riveting, as always, far better drawn than the shallow American ripoff Mr. Robot years later. This is a must read! I read it last when I had an insurmountable toothache, and forgot the pain completely."