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perfectsinner
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Onto book 5/6 as vacation winds to a close 😭
I remember not caring much for Lagercrantz versions of the series but in fairness it's been years. I'm giving this a shot.

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Julsmarshall
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Pickpick

I just love Lisbeth Salander! She is such a badass and at this moment in time, I‘m all about cheering on a complicated badass. Another great twisty thriller, solid characters, great pacing, just escapist fun with a dark edge. And the #audio narrator is top notch.

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Julsmarshall
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Pickpick

Finally jumped back into this series and I loved it as much as before! Lisbeth Salander is such a badass character! I listened on #audio and it was great! And there are 2 more finished books 😄 Let‘s add to that never ending #TBR!

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Julsmarshall
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Bookwm85forever
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I finally got around to reading this book. Definitely different than the first three books but still a good read. Lisbeth is my hero!!

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Blueberry
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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 🕷🖤📚 14mo
perfectsinner This was the only one I tried after Larsson's passing. Sadly Lagercrantz's Lisbeth isn't the same and I stopped reading them 😔 14mo
Eggs 🕸❤️🕷 14mo
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Victoria_Clyne
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Pickpick

This is a the fourth book in the Millennium series with author David Lagercrantz taking over. I wasn't sure what to expect given how much I had enjoyed the original books but I was thoroughly engrossed.

It's been a while since I read the originals so my memory is fuzzy but it was a thrilling read with great descriptions and the characters carrying on where they left off. Will definitely continue with the series.

Traci1 I feel like his books aren't quite as gritty as Larsson's, but I enjoyed them and am glad he continued the series. 1y
Victoria_Clyne @Traci1 I'm glad as well. I have to admit it has been years since I read the original three and can't remember enough of the details to be able to do a good comparison. 1y
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OrangeMooseReads
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Mehso-so

Better than the last one although that may be because I don‘t expect Larsson‘s “voice”. The story was predictable again but then all of them are a bit predictable.
I‘m really tired of the character Mikael Blomkvist. It has little to do with the story, except that he ends up in this amazing relationship with whatever woman is connected or sort of connected to the story/mystery and he‘s so happy. Then in the next book nope she‘s gone. 🙄

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OrangeMooseReads
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I‘m going to keep going. Maybe now that I‘ve gotten through 1 of the not Larsson books I am better equipped to follow this one.

The_Literary_Jedi 😆 “not Larsen” - I thought the same thing 2y
The_Literary_Jedi *and auto correct strikes on names* 2y
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OrangeMooseReads
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Mehso-so

Not bad. You can tell it was a different author. It didn‘t feel as in-depth and intricate as Larsson wrote. The story felt extra. It wasn‘t bad ... it‘s hard to describe. It came across as developed fanfic. It‘s plausible that it could be part of the series but it‘s clearly not written by the right author. 🤷🏻‍♀️
It was too easy to figure out the twists and the bad guys and how it would be solved.
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