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Now his hair was standing on end and his upper lip was shiny with sweat. It was at least three days since he had shaved or taken a shower. He was even grinding his teeth. For hours the world and the storm outside had ceased to exist for him, and he even failed to notice what was going on at his feet. They were small, awkward movements, as if a cat or an animal had crept in under his legs; it was a while before he realized that August was crawling around under his desk. Balder gave him a dazed lo...ok, as if the stream of programming codes still lay like a film over his eyes. “What are you after?” August looked up at him with a pleading, clear look in his eyes. “What?” Balder said. “What?” and then something happened. The boy picked up a piece of paper covered in quantum algorithms which was lying on the floor and feverishly moved his hand back and forth over it. For a moment Balder thought the boy was about to have another attack.
Guest 3 years agoThis book is great so far not bad just like the same but not it is good read and find out close enough to real story but not
Guest 3 years agoit was okay but i could not fine a place to keep the same page i was on 0w0
Guest 3 years agoWhen we last left our iconic hero Lisbeth Salander, she had been acquitted of all criminal charges, declared mentally competent, was on the path to mending her relationship with journalist Mikael Blomkvist, and was free at last from her brutal father, Alexander Zalachenko. But as we quickly find out in The Girl with the Spider’s Web, her troubles are far from over.
On the hunt to root out the remainder of her father’s villainous legacy, Lisbeth stumbles upon a vast conspiracy to steal research on artificial intelligence – research that could have devastating consequences should it fall into the wrong hands. Mikael Blomkvist, desperate for a scoop, is quickly drawn into the mess, and he and Lisbeth soon find themselves on everybody’s hit list. A powerful new enemy is emerging – one that is all too familiar to Lisbeth Salander.
David Lagercrantz’ continuation of Stieg Larsson’s bestselling Millennium series is a smooth transition – he manages to stay true to the series’ unique blend of breathtaking thrills and social commentary, flavored with his own original characters and an intricate plot that will keep readers hooked until the end.
Guest 4 years agoIt was an okay read. Not as good as the original trilogy, but if you want to continue reading to see familiar characters again, it works