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The Girl Who Lived Twice (Millennium, #6) The sixth in the Millennium series featuring THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO What will you do now I shall be the hunter and not the hunted The girl with the dragon tattoo is finally ready to confront her nemesis, the only woman who is evidently and in many ways her match Salander will not wait to be hunted When she strikes it will be a double blow vengeance for recent atrocities, and the settling of lifelong scores.For months now Salander has been closing in on her target She has moved from Stockholm, her hair is newly styled, her piercings are gone She could pass for any other businesswoman But not all businesswomen have a Beretta Cheetah beneath their jacket They do not wield the lethal power of a hacker s genius They do not carry scars and tattoos to remind them that they have survived the unsurvivable.The new episode in David Lagercrantz s acclaimed, internationally bestselling continuation of Stieg Larsson s Dragon Tattoo series is a thrilling ride that scales the heights of Everest and plunges the depths of Russian troll factories It begins with the discovery of Mikael Blomkvist s number at Millennium magazine in the pocket of an unidentified homeless man who died with the name of a government minister on his lips.Blomkvist, at extreme risk to himself, tracks down his old friend and will protect her as far as he can But he is powerless to crush her enemies on his own.And for Lisbeth Salander, the personal is always political and deadly. Read The Girl Who Lived Twice (Millennium, #6) By David Lagercrantz – groundhogwalking.co.uk

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  1. There are many readers who, like me, cannot quite let go of Stieg Larsson s Lisbeth Salander, and have ended up reading David Lagercrantz s resurrected Lisbeth, even when you can feel that there is likely to be a sense of disappointment upon reading his latest addition to this iconic series There were elements of this that I enjoyed reading in this plot driven narrative, but nothing can disguise the glaring shortfalls when it comes to characterisation and character development, and nowhere is t There are many readers who, like me, cannot quite let go of Stieg Larsson s Lisbeth Salander, and have ended up reading David Lagercrantz s resurrected Lisbeth, even when you can feel that there is likely to be a sense of disappointment upon reading his latest addition to this iconic series There were elements of this that I enjoyed reading in this plot driven narrative, but nothing can disguise the glaring shortfalls when it comes to characterisation and character development, and nowhere is thisapparent than in a Lisbeth who feels like an empty shell, a parody rather than an authentic creation This along with the creaking weaknesses of some of the plotlines makes for an unsatisfactory whole, although there are some thrills to be gained as the different threads begin to connect near the end.Lisbeth is in Moscow, and has reinvented herself into the persona of conventional businesswoman, albeit one who carries a g...

  2. The Girl Who Lived Twice was on my must read summer list I ve been a fan of the Millennium series since the original author, Steig Larsson, began writing them When he passed away and David Lagercrantz took over, I continued reading the novels and was ready for this launch last month.The first half of the book is much slower than previous ones There are minimal fight scenes, suspenseful scary moments, or major dramatic items There is a lot to build the story before we can understand where the The Girl Who Lived Twice was on my must read summer list I ve been a fan of the Millennium series since the original author, Steig Larsson, began writing them When he passed away and David Lagercrantz took over, I continued reading the novels and was ready for this launch last month.The first half of the book is much slower than previous ones There are minimal fight scenes, suspenseful scary moments, or major dramatic items There is a lot to build the story before we can understand where the author is going with the big reveals The second halfthan makes up for it when our famous duo find t...

  3. Let me begin by stating that I was in favor of the continuation of Millenium series by an author other than the late Stieg Larsson and I ve enjoyed the first two books The Girl in the Spider s Web , The Girl Who Took An Eye for An Eye but this one failed to meet my, admittedly high, expectations It is an overall mediocre attempt in bringing beloved fictional characters such as Lisbeth Salander or Mikael Blomkvist back to life, in a story which lacks a clear direction and a plot that seems Let me begin by stating that I was in favor of the continuation of Millenium series by an author other than the late Stieg Larsson and I ve enjoyed the first two books The Girl in the Spider s Web , The Girl Who Took An Eye for An Eye but this one failed to meet my, admittedly high, expectations It is an overall mediocre attempt in bringing beloved fictional characters such as Lisbeth Salander or Mikael Blomkvist back to life, in a story which lacks a clear direction and a plot that seems to be flat and without the necessary exciting twists and turns that usually make a crime novel a success.Lisbeth has a secondary role here, and even though her conflict with her si...

  4. My least favored of the series thus far It seems scattered and incomplete 4 of 10 stars

  5. Well, I ll give it a go.

  6. First of all, I must say right up front that I am a big fan of Stieg Larsson s Millennium trilogy and consider it some of the best mystery suspense genre that I have ever read I loved reading those books and was deeply saddened by his unexpected passing and ensuing estate battles between his father brother and his longtime girlfriend I personally think she got robbed and mistreated in ways that I cannot express without getting downright angry Mostly, I miss Stieg not getting to continue writi First of all, I must say right up front that I am a big fan of Stieg Larsson s Millennium trilogy and consider it some of the best mystery suspense genre that I have ever read I loved reading those books and was deeply saddened by his unexpected passing and ensuing estate battles between his father brother and his longtime girlfriend I personally think she got robbed and mistreated in ways that I cannot express without getting downright angry Mostly, I miss Stieg not getting to continue writing his wonderful series and further developing his unique characters Putting that aside, I had very mixed feelings when it was announced that the father brother were hiring another writer...

  7. Like all the books in this series it reads well It was interesting, but atvtimes felt far fetched The last member of Lusbeth s family was now in the center of the attention and I think the idea was to close the circle that some day started with fire Lagercrantz did a good job in weaving a tale, making it interesting to read But while listening to the ending in the barn, I cringed Very shortly told, like he ran out of pages A bit of an anti climax Did this have to end rhis way Was another Like all the books in this series it reads well It was interesting, but atvtimes felt far fetched The last member of Lusbeth s family was now in the center of the attention and I think the idea was to close the circle that some day started with fire Lagercrantz did a good job in weaving a tale, making it interesting to read But while list...

  8. Bittersweet I miss Lisbeth, the strong woman The story kept me interested, although there are some parts that were slightly boring It was for sure a difficult task to be in charge of such loved characters after Stieg s death, and I admire Mr Lagercrantz for that Noneth...

  9. t minus two days until this book comes out and emotionally destroys me already giving it five stars.

  10. David Lagercrantz said it right in the interview I read on The Wire that it s the best novel of the trilogy I had written in the continuation of the Millennium trilogy started by Stieg Larsson He wasn t wrong Indeed it s the best of the three he had written He also bowed out with his own trilogy with a bang Before I go ahead, I have to say though The Girl Who Lived Twice is an awesome novel, and better than its two predecessors but still it can t match the level Stieg Larsson set If we se David Lagercrantz said it right in the interview I read on The Wire that it s the best novel of the trilogy I had written in the continuation of the Millennium trilogy started by Stieg Larsson He wasn t wrong Indeed it s the best of the three he had written He also bowed out with his own trilogy with a bang Before I go ahead, I have to say though The Girl Who Lived Twice is an awesome novel, and better than its two predecessors but still it can t match the level Stieg Larsson set If we segregate the series in two parts, there is no comparison between The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and The Girl Who Played with Fire with The Girl in the Spider s Web and The Girl Who Takes an Eye for an Eye But if we compare The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet s Nest and The Girl Who Lived Twice both being awesome the former wasepic than the latter.In The Girl in the Spider s Web, we were intr...

  11. Well, I believe it is not the ending the Millennium series deserves Too Hollywood action and B class type of plot The story of Everest trip was completely unnecessary and shallowly constructed, especially w...

  12. But what else can Lisbeth get up to

  13. I m a big fan of this series but felt a little let down with this one.The author has weaved his web onceto create this big story interwoven and connected with a seemingly smaller one that will hold your attention throughout.I am finding, however, that he is spendingtime developing other characters within the tale than building on the Girl we love Yes, Lisbeth is still kick ass but there no longer seems to be this sense of the girl It seems a little robotic, like he wants to focus m I m a big fan of this series but felt a little let down with this one.The author has weaved his web onceto create this big story interwoven and connected with a seemingly smaller one that will hold your attention throughout.I am finding, however, that he is spendingtime developing other characters within the tale than building on the Girl we love Yes, Lisbeth is still kick ass but there no longer seems to be this sense of the girl It seems a little robotic, like he wants to focuson Mikael and his stor...

  14. Nice sequel Comparing to the other books of David Lagercrantz I liked 4 and 5 better The ending is a little sudden for my taste.