The Girl in the Spider's Web
By David Lagercrantz
- Release Date: 2015-09-01
- Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
The Girl in the Spider's Web David Lagercrantz Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars
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By Hike freak
Not quite as good as the first three novels but still a good page turner. Bravo
The Girl in the Spider’s Web
Excellent follow up to the trilogy buy Stieglitz Larson. I look forward to you writing the next one David Lagercrantz.
A complex and fascinating story plotted on multiple levels. It didn’t matter that I don’t understand most of the programming and encryption procedures, I “knew” the characters knew and that carried me through.
The entire plot felt like a rerun of an old movie. Sorry end to a enjoyable series.
Despite some of the other negative reviews I enjoyed the book very much. Seemed to me that the characters were still very much in line with the characters in previous 3 books despite the different author. I’m def no critic just a simple reader but I honestly enjoyed this book and look forward to the next book and hopefully more after that.
Don't waste your time with this
It seems the writer larsons estate chose for this book was inexperienced, boring and completely missed any attempt at continuing to develope any of the characters from the trilogy. I gave it a chance which resulted in feeling ripped off by the Larson estate. This book is about capitalizing on a good writers talent by using a cheap minor talented hack to generate some quick cash. Horrible
Great entertainment period! The characters are very much intact. It was great fun to read again of the exploits of Mz Salander!
The Girl In The Spider's Web
I've loved Lisbeth Salander since the Girl With The Dragon Tattoo. This book was a nice addition to the three I've already read. I loved the info about August and autism, especially pertaining to savants. The ending makes both her and Mikael a little more human and seals their relationship status. Good book!
Good but not Stieg Larson
I was excited to see a continuation of Steig Larson's books. However the book lacked Larson's details & intensity. There should have been details on Salander's return from the ending of Larson's last book. I would have liked more detail on what Zander gave up & more on Camilla instead of her just disappearing. It was all too neat & tidy. Larson was not neat & tidy. He gave you the feeling of waiting to turn the page to find out what happens next. Salander was too tame. Hopefully there's more to come.
Although it was a bit shorter than all of the other books in the series, I thought it was very good. Style was similar to Larsson's, which was good too.