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Very short review due to the glitches on GR This is the second book in the trilogy I loved it and I loved the movie The book bogs down a little but it's all good Lisbeth is back and doing her own thing Lisbeth has been away from Mikael for some time But, they come back together when Lisbeth is accused of killing that jerk rapist of hers *****Spoiler*****Lisbeth looks into a sex trafficking ring that Mikael is involved in and finds out some things about her past she didn't want to know Her evil arse father is alive and she has a brother and they need to be taken out But this almost gets her killed Thank God Mikael was able to find her! Stieg Larsson doesn't really do subtle If he thinks an issue is important, he will shout it from the rooftops With a megaphone But since he is condemning misogyny and violence towards women, I'm ok with that Salander was the woman who hated men who hate women This book, muchthan its predecessor, focuses on the tinybuttough Lisbeth Salander We learn quite a bit about the fascinating and horrific backstory that led to Salander developing her unique, defensive, prickly personality Don’t ever fight with Lisbeth Salander Her attitude towards the rest of the world is that if someone threatens her with a gun, she’ll get a bigger gun But don't let the focus on Lisbeth fool you essentially, this book should have been simply titled Men Who Hate Women, Part II (Men Who Hate Women was the original title of the first Swedish book, before it was changed to include amarketable dragon tattoo) as its main theme remains the same as its predecessor's, repeated and restated countless times And that's why I liked this otherwise far from perfect book.Yet again, Larsson determinedly exposes the unlikable aspects of society misogyny and adherence to judgmental standards and gender norms that are everpresent even in the European paradise of Sweden The surface mystery is just that a plot device, an excuse to get a new angle on Larsson's favorite topic We see the various shades and sides of hatred towards women, especially if they try to get out of the bounds that society neatly places for them This is reflected first and foremost in the awful treatment that Salander receives, but also in the treatment of Lisbeth's mother, Sonia Bodig, and the helpless and easily ignored by the society victims of sex trafficking When all the media assertions were put together, the police appeared to be hunting for a psychotic lesbian who had joined a cult of Satanists that propagandized for SM sex and hated society in general and men in particular I loved the nocompromise and nosubtlety message that this book delivers on the subjects that are indeed not subtle and should not be compromised on However, I could not help but sigh and eyeroll at Larsson's lessthanperfect prose His books could have really benefited from the generous use of editor's red pen (But I do understand that these books were published posthumously and therefore probably not much was cut out out of respect to the dead author.) My gripes are similar to those of many other readers the tediousness of every minute detail, the neverending parade of brand names reading like an ad at times, and what feels like the entire Ikea catalog making a special appearance This diarylike filler could have been easily cut out, leaving a much shorter and much sharper book I also giggled at the author's selfinsertion and clear wishfulfillment in the memorable figure of incorruptible and irresistible journalist Blomkvist And how can I forget a grating petpeeve of not getting a medical condition right: (view spoiler)[A person who does not feel pain is destined for a rather disabled existence rather than becoming an indestructible superhero Really You can Google that (hide spoiler)] The ExposeMillenium publisher Mikael Blomkvist has made his reputation exposing corrupt establishment figures So when a young journalist approaches him with an investigation into sex trafficking, Blomkviwt cannot resist waging war on the powerful figures who control this lucrative industryThe MurderWhen a young couple are found dead in their Stockholm apartment, it's a straightforward job for Inspector Bublanski and his team The killer left the weapon at the sceneand the fingerprints on the gun point in only one directionThe Girl Who Played with FireExsecurity analyst Lisbeth Salander is wanted for murder Her history of unpredictable and vengeful behaviour makes her an official danger to societybut noone can find her The only way Salander can be reached is by computer But she can break into almost any network she choosesback cover 4.45/5 ⭐ “Salander was the woman who hated men who hate women.” Lisbeth Salander will always be my hero and that’s that.I took a pretty long pause between The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and this and I thought it would take me longer to get into the story but boy, this second book of the Millennium series was on fire.This is not a light read and it is definitely uncomfortable and sick, with some content warning attached to it, but after you get through the first book, you kind of expect this to happen here too and even on a larger andhideous scale.And this is, in fact, exactly what you get from The Girl Who Played with Fire You could actually say that it is…explosive (Read the book and then come back here and laugh at my pun please.) The title of the book really makes sense, but only after you collect your jaw off the floor for the second or third time I have to say that I was wondering how exactly was that going to be related to the action Well, because I was busy thinking about everything else, I ignored facts that might have been obvious from the beginning and got suckerpunched because it came like a revelation over me.There is a certain vibration of this book It is the same kind of humming and buzzing you get after you shake the hell out of a soda can And when you open it, well, good luck to you This book was that soda can all right.Human trafficking is the main theme here and it is presented as an issue that must be eradicated Young girls from poor countries are tricked into believing that they will have a better future for them or for their families They become nothingthan dependent on the monster that took over their lives using pretty words and sweet promises at first.The book calls out this issue And the characters fought with a cause against it “There are no innocents There are, however, different degrees of responsibility.” By the end of this, everything goes to hell and back, almost literally One or two times I thought I won’t be able to keep up with everything any It went shock after shock, gasp after gasp Maybe I am too easily impressed, but this is exactly how I felt at the end It almost felt surreal The nice touch here though as nice as it can be is the amount of revelatory information about one person’s life, which probably tries to prove a point – don’t judge someone before hearing their story Our actions are defined by external factors that lashed at our skin back when it was soft and unblemished.As in the first book, the best thing that could ever happen was Lisbeth Salander If you thought I loved her before, think again, because this bad bitch just stole my heart “Don’t ever fight with Lisbeth Salander Her attitude towards the rest of the world is that if someone threatens her with a gun, she’ll get a bigger gun.” The level of badassery Lisbeth exudes in this book is something beyond almost everything I’ve ever encountered She is a toplevel, Mensaproblemsolvingwhiledrinkingmorningcoffee kind of genius and she is inspiring She is smart, she is strong, she is fierce and she doesn’t give two shits about anything.And on top of all that, she’s a good person who has been through a lot.I am quite sure now that she’s some sort of mild goth Wonder Woman – possibly even immortal.She’s just phenomenal and if I don’t sound like I am in love with her already, spoiler alert, I am She’s one hell of a character I didn’t think I would like this as much as I liked the first book, but I actually did because I felt a certain kind of development in the story and plot and character development, even though both books are structured to have complex plotlines and plot twists and real characters.It was definitely brutal The reality is presented as raw and rough as it gets, and the main theme of it is not on the pleasant side It is dirty and dark and twisted, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t there and true.I do think that this book wasof a warning sign turned into a masterpiece and I can say a thank you to Mr Larrson for thinking of that and leaving it to us But it is definitely a read for everyone who wants to have a feel of the ugly underworld.Also:1) The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (⭐⭐⭐⭐)(Bookstyled) I am confident that Stieg Larsson has a reason for this, but Lisbeth Salander is not much of a heroine Let's list her transgressions from The Girl Who Played With Fire (and these will be deliberately out of context):1 She forces herself on a 16 year old boy in Granada.2 She kills a man on the beach during a hurricane.3 She shuts out Blomkvist for a very long time for a perceived slight, giving him no explanation.4 She fails to take or show the necessary care with her exguardian after his stroke.5 She alienates everyone else who cares about her.6 She lives off billions that she stole.7 She invades the apartment of her guardian and threatens his life in the middle of the night.8 She endangers the lives of friends and innocents.9 She very nearly burned her father to death when she was a teenager.10 She pulls a gun on the owner of a car rental agency and shuts him in a broom closet to control him.11 She commits multiple computer violations, including the hacking of government computers.12 She carries and uses illegal weapons.13 She is genuinely ultraviolent.14 She shoots a man in the foot after macing his eyes, and she tasers another in the testicles.15 She steals a motorcycle.16 She chops her father's knee and skull with an axe.17 She is vengeful in a way that makes Edmond Dantès look like a sissy.Let's face it, Lisbeth isthan a little bit nasty And taken a step further, it is safe to say that she is not particularly likable She is cold, calculating, emotionally irrational, mean, detached, abrasive, unapproachable, unfriendly, selfish, mercenary, vengeful, andthan a few other things most of us would classify as unlikable.Out of context, Lisbeth Salander is the kind of person who most people would bethan happy to see locked up forever And if all we had to go on were the reports of newspapers and descriptions of trials, we'd all see it as a failure of the justice system if she went free.Yet we cheer for her in the Millenium Trilogy; we can't seem to help ourselves And therein lies what Stieg Larsson is trying to tell us with his challenging protagonist context is everything.Larsson isn't simply writing a compelling series of thrillers (and I haven't been so locked into a book, as I was with GWPWF, for a very long time) He isn't simply fishing for a film deal He isn't just sitting down to write a vapid bestseller I'd even go so far as to say that Stieg Larsson is not a hack Nowhere near He is criticizing the very efficacy of what we so proudly call the rule of law.Larsson is suggesting that the rule of law fails because it has no room for context It deals in absolutes (unless you're one of the superrich or superinfluential), and it doesn't give a damn whether you perceived a threat before you lit someone on fire; it doesn't care whether the sixteen year old you're having sex with is mature, in love with you and is totally willing; it doesn't care that you stole the car or killed someone to save a life; it doesn't care that you withheld evidence from the police to protect yourself or someone you love; it doesn't care that you hacked into computers for altruistic reasons; it doesn't care that you were bred to ultraviolence through nature and nurture; it doesn't care about you and it doesn't care about context It just doesn't care, and because it doesn't care Larsson suggests that we should have a healthy disdain for the rule of law and recognize its terrible shortcomings because it is the structure we have to live with whether we like it or not.Yet with all this, The Girl Who Played With Fire is most importantly a cracking read It is fast paced, cinematic in its noirishness, full of suspense, has a genuine twist or two (one of which actually took me by surprise), a cast of characters it is almost impossible not to love and hate (as the mood takes you) even thought they are all rather static and it ends with a cliff hanger of the first order (I am guessing this is a problem for some readers, but I am a fan of the cliff hanger).What a shame Stieg Larsson passed from us so soon I could have read his books for the rest of my life. In the second of his three volume series (well, at least it was three until Larsson's heirs hired someone to make a fourth from his notes) centered on the remarkable researcher and hacker Lisbeth Salandar and journalist Mikael Blomkvist, Larsson has delivered a totally engrossing pageturner About to publish a book that reveals many dirty secrets concerning the international sex trade in Sweden, Blomkvist is caught up in a deadly race for the truth when his two authors are murdered and Salandar is accused of the crime Larsson touches on corruption at all levels in this tale of women used and abused, treated like any other imported illegal product and powerless to protest From low level johns to misogynist cops, from dark psychologists to supersecret intelligence agencies, many layers of Swedish society come under Larsson’s microscope It is not a pretty picture.Stieg Larsson from famourauthors.orgSalandar, back in Sweden after an extended sabbatical, has grown somewhat from the character in The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, but remains hardcore, justifiably paranoid, blessed with almost magical techie powers (maybe a bit too magical), and an impressive command of several forms of combat She is, as usual, totally victimized and misportrayed by the powers that be, and needs all her savvy to try to right the latest wrongs Blomkvist is perplexed by Salandar’s unwillingness to communicate with him, but he has had girltroubles before He remains what he was in volume 1, a dedicated, moral actor trying to use his skills to make Sweden a better, or at leasthonest, place Noomi Rapace as Lisbeth Salander from wikimediaBlomkvist and Salandar are characters one can care about and the subject matter makes for pretty stark, sometimes cartoonish, delineations between good and evil Maybe a bitambiguity would have worked too But that is a quibble This is a fun read, a book you will not want to put down, one that leaves you panting for volume 3.My reviews of other Larsson booksThe Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (Millennium #1)The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest (Millennium #3) He had come.He smelled of aftershave.She hated the smell of him.Heobserved her for a long time.She hated his silence.Then he spoke to her He had a dark, clear voice that stressed, pedantically, each word.She hated his voice.He laid the back of a moist hand on her forehead and ran his fingers along her hairline in a gesture that was probably intended to be friendly.She hated his touch Lisbeth Salander is simply unforgettable I read the first book in this trilogy the year it was published in English and I remember the book so vividly that even five years later I transitioned into this book as if I’d just finished reading Dragon last week Salander is 4’11”, but she walks across the literary landscape with such giant strides it is impossible to ignore her People who have never read the books or seen the movies have a vague idea of who she is People who have watched the movies or read the books may eventually forget her name decades from now, but they will not forget her persona; her verve; her courage.Now before we start feeling all warm and fuzzy about Salander there are few problems with knowing her If you cross her she might throw a Molotov cocktail through your window She is unreliable, unrelenting, and if you own a computer she will know everything about you She is a hacker extraordinaire and even though she is extremely private, almost maniacal about her own personal information, she has no problem hacking into your personal affairs after all YOU should have beencareful with it Despite her bristly exterior and her tendency to answer questions with a stare or a monosyllabic response you might find yourself attracted to her She has a lesbian friend Mimmi who tries to explain Salander’s relationship with sex ”Apart from the fact that you’re not a dyke You’re probably bisexual But most of all you’re sexualyou like sex and you don’t care about what gender, You’re an entropic chaos factor.”ENTROPIC CHAOS FACTOR, sounds mathematical and math does play a role in this novel, but my version of what Mimmi meant by that statement is that Salander is a person who will parachute in out of the blue, shag you until your nucleus becomes a comet, and then leave before you’ve had time to light your first coitus joint ”A root of an equation is a number which substituted into the equation instead of an unknown convertsthe equation into an identity The root is said to satisfythe equation Solving an equation implies findingall of its roots An equation that is always satisfied,no matter the choice of values for its unknowns,is called an identity.”Salander solves complex math equations for relaxation purposes Throughout the novel she is pursuing the answer to Fermat’s last theorem Now in the 1990s Andrew Wiles solved the problem using the world’s most advanced computer programme which sounds like cheating to me When she does figure out Fermat’s intention it is the only time I can remember Stieg Larsson recording his literary heroinegiggling Stieg Larsson is an interesting story He delivered three novels to his publisher and shortly thereafter died from a heart attack, attributed to walking up seven flights of stairs This unexpected demise helped launch the books onto the bestseller lists We are morbid aren’t we He was an investigative reporter by trade and there was an inquiry into whether foul play was involved It seems he was just a 50 year old man that fate placed a situation in front of him, an out of service elevator, that provided the proper strain to his heart to kill him What endears these novels to me, even , is that he wrote them in the evenings as an escape from regular life Now, there are issues with these books, the use of name brands over and over You will tire of hearing Powerbook, IKEA and Billy’s Pan Pizza If Larsson ate as many Billy’s Pan Pizza as Salander does in the book that might be the doughy rope that squeezed his heart Billy's Pan Pizza is YUMMY!!!Click the link to check out the Billy's Pan Pizza television commercial It is a hoot.http://youtu.be/LZ9nUvg5yhkDespite any issues I had with the writing, and sometimes it was clunky, the raw power of the writing and a compelling plot made those issues irrelevant Salander gets along just fine with the majority of the population, but she hates men who hate women She ran into several of those in the first book and one in particular is seared into my memory, Nils Bjurman He is the lawyer that has been assigned to her competency case She was declared incompetent by the courts and assigned Bjurman to take care of her affairs Salander is a confident person sometimes too confident and in book one she underestimates her ability to control a situation with Bjurman He turns the tables on her and brutally raped her With a presence of mind that is beyond most of the rest of us she recorded the rape and even as he is doing the most sadistic things to her she is going over and over in her head where she made the mistake and what she was going to do to him if he allowed her to live Interesting enough she lets him live, but holds the video over his head like the sword of Damocles Besides the video she does administer her own form of brutal vengeance, but there is a practicality to her decision not to kill him The courts would simply assign her another mentor that she doesn’t have control of and of course she would have to weather an investigation into his murder In this book she makes a similar mistake in her pursuit for the man responsible for inspiring the rage and the violence that swirls around her Mikael Blomkvist is back and when his team of writers unearth a white slavery ring he finds himself battling a controversial issue that may impact the highest levels of society Underage girls are being brought from Russia and forced into prostitution It would be an easy assumption to make that every member of society would want to eliminate a situation that allows young girls to be exploited against their will One of the problems is that men in government, in positions of power, enjoy the availability of such young, beautiful girls for their own sexual perversions Despite the fact that Salander is not talking to Blomkvist, he is baffled as to why, she is drawn into the investigation because of the use of the name of one man Zalachenko As she becomes the main focus of the investigation she is forced to go underground, a skill she is particularly adept at, and as the rocket fueled plot comes to a conclusion this reader couldn’t have put this book down even if the building was burning down around my ears because Salander always puts out a fire with gasoline See these tears so blueAn ageless heart that can never mendThese tears can never dryA judgement madecan never bendSee these eyes so greenI can stare for a thousand yearsJust be still with meYou wouldn't believe what I've been thruYou've been so longWell, it's been so longAnd I've been putting out firewith gasolineputting out fire with gasolineDavid Bowie Flickan som lekte med elden = The Girl Who Played with Fire (Millennium, #2), Stieg Larsson The Girl Who Played with Fire is the second novel in the Millennium series by Swedish writer Stieg Larsson It was published posthumously in Swedish in 2006 and in English in January 2009 The book features many of the characters who appeared in The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2005), among them the title character, Lisbeth Salander, a brilliant computer hacker and social misfit, and Mikael Blomkvist, an investigative journalist and publisher of Millennium magazine The novel is formally divided into a prologue followed by four parts Part 1 – Irregular Equations Part 2 – From Russia with Love Part 3 – Absurd Equations Part 4 – Terminator Mode.عنوانها: دختری با نشان اژدها، دختری که با آتش بازی کرد؛ نویسنده: استیگ لارسن (لارسون)؛ تاریخ نخستین خوانش: روز بیست و هفتم ماه جولای سال 2014 میلادیعنوان: دختری که با آتش بازی کرد کتاب دوم؛ نویسنده: استیگ لارسن (لارسون)؛ مترجم: لیلا حاجی بابا؛ تهران، نشرگستر، 1389؛ در 558 ص؛ شابک: 9786005883282؛ موضوع: داستانهای نویسندگان سوئدی سده 21 م عنوان: دختری که با آتش بازی کرد کتاب دوم؛ نویسنده: استیگ لارسن (لارسون)؛ مترجم: ندا نامور کهن؛ تهران، نشر قطره، 1393؛ در 747 ص؛ شابک: 9786001194610؛عنوان: دختری با نشان اژدها؛ نویسنده: استیگ لارسن (لارسون)؛ مترجم: آزاده حیدریان؛ تهران، چکاوک، پگاه، 1393؛ در 670 ص؛شابک: 9789648957402؛این رمان که پس از انتشار نسخه ی انگلیسی آن در سال 2009 میلادی پرفروشترین کتاب سال در بریتانیا شد، شاهکاری ست هیجانانگیز، پلیسی و برملا کننده ی ناعدالتیهای اجتماعی میکائیل بلومکویست، ناشر مجله ی میلنیوم تصمیم میگیرد عملیات قاچاق انسان و تجارت جنسی گسترده ای را برملا کند یکروز پیش از چاپ گزارش، دو نفر به طرز وحشیانه ای به قتل میرسند، و مشخص میشود که اثر انگشت روی آلت قتل متعلق به دوست او: لیزبت سالاندر، هکر نابغه است بلومکویست که به بیگناهی سالاندر باور دارد، به جستجو و پژوهش در اینباره میپردازد در این میان، خود سالاندر وارد یک بازی کشنده ی موش و گربه میشود، که او را مجبور به رویارویی با گذشته ی تاریکش میکند ؛ ا شربیانی (A) 82% | Very GoodNotes: An entirely different mood, pace and atmosphere than its predecessor, it thrives off the strength of a single character. The first book was for the most part plotdriven The 40year old mystery took a while to unfold, but was interesting when it did So was Lisbeth, although she wasn't the main focus Enter, The Girl Who Played With Fire The story has now turned characterdriven with Lisbeth as the protagonist But instead of having much of a plot of any character revelations about her early on, we read about her buying a new apartment, grocery shopping, and what furniture she picked out at IKEA in *great* detail Seriously, you could go down to the store and decorate the same way if you wanted, that's the level of description he gave I was bored out of my mind This goes on for a staggering 172 pages.Mystery thriller? Surely you jest! This book wasn't a mystery whatsoever for me The fact that the police and everyone else working to solve the case chose to ignore it was pitiful.The turning point didn't happen until page 172, which was about 100 pages too late to hold the interest of any reader who's not a masochist The quick pace and interest it generates rapidly disappears until 375.Really It wasbloated than a rotting whale.The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo was a better book I wanted to throw this one against the wall a few times.