REVIEW: The Girl Who Takes an Eye for an Eye by David Lagercrantz


Most people would quietly serve a two-month prison sentence (for Lisbeth’s questionable activity in Book 4 of the series), but not this consummate outsider. As we know from past books, she can’t stand watching others being bullied. It doesn’t take long before she gets her hands on a computer and quickly makes her moves against the prison bully. It’s just the beginning as several other mysteries quickly layer on top and pull Lisbeth in multiple directions, also relying on past characters in the series. Most important is her opportunity to get to the bottom of her origins and the experiment she unknowingly became part of. Non-stop, page-turning thriller!

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