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Jose

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  • The Girl Who Played With Fire: The Millennium Trilogy, Volume 2

    • ABRIDGED (7 hrs and 46 mins)
    • By Stieg Larsson
    • Narrated By Martin Wenner
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    Millennium publisher Mikael Blomkvist has launched an explosive investigation into the sex-trafficking industry in Sweden and its international links. When two journalists are found dead in a Stockholm apartment, police are baffled by what appears to be a professional killing. Ex-security analyst and former child delinquent Lisbeth Salander is wanted for murder, but the trail has gone cold.

    M. Solis says: "Excellent!"
    "Great book, great reader, great time."
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    I started to read Stieg Larsson's Dragon Tatto's girl trilogy a few months ago. I bought the books and everything, but due the lack of time I stopped reading; I found a free time on my way to the gym and on the treadmill, so I thought, "Why not listen to it?".

    After I bought the audio book, and had my first treadmill session with Martin Wenner I knew I had made the right choice. The overall experience is amazing, specially if you like Larsson's style and you already fell in love with the characters from the first book.

    One thing only. Since English is not my native language sometimes I lose track of the story, even though I don't when reading the book. When I read the book later, I find that some really small details are skipped from the actual paper book. I don't think this matters (as the story makes sense) but for instance, you will be missing a really intense introduction described in the paper book, which helps to create the mood even before you get to read the first chapter.

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