The Girl In The Spider’s Web

the-girl-in-the-spiders-web-audiobook-mp3Unabridged Audiobook
Written By: David Lagercrantz
Narrated By: Simon Vance
Publisher: Random House Audio
Duration: 13 Hours 22 Minutes

Book Rating: stars_4

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Summary: Continuing Stieg Larsson’s Millennium Series.

In this adrenaline-charged, up-to-the-moment political thriller, Stieg Larsson’s Lisbeth Salander and Mikael Blomkvist are back. The troubled genius hacker and crusading journalist thrilled the world in The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, The Girl Who Played with Fire, and The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest, which have sold more than 80 million copies worldwide.

David Lagercrantz is a Swedish journalist and best-selling author of fiction and nonfiction. He was hand selected by the Larsson estate to write this standalone sequel based on Stieg Larsson’s characters…Read more.

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David Lagercrantz: The Girl In The Spider’s Web Audio Book Summary

The girl with the tattooed dragon became a hit of global reach, followed by two novels and became a very successful trilogy, and now with the fourth installment The Girl In The Spider’s Web, made by journalist David Lagercrantz who has Decided to continue with the saga.
The father of Stieg Larsson original creator of the series and his brother have accepted this book. So fans of the series can rest easy the characters are shown cautious and have been well taken as their original author.

download-david-lagercrantz-the-girl-in-the-spiders-web-audiobookTo be able to continue with a saga after its author is dead two things need to be done, one for example is to wait a while until the readership considers that the material is already a classic to later find a giant of the writing that Accept the challenge. We come to mind John Banville when he brought back to Philio Marlow, the character created by Raymond Chandler, Another immediate example would be that of Jill PatonWalsh he was responsible for rewriting more about Petr Wimsey. Whenever something like this happens we are alarmed and it is not inevitable to read with more attention of the common in the search of a possible fault or incongruence that perhaps the new author has omitted and it is our duty to find it and ask for a justification, I suppose Which is valid as well as inevitable.

The second way is to continue immediately the publication of copies, this for the sole reason of giving the reader the satisfaction of reading the material of which is hooked. Robert Ludlum is the first in this list since he had to his credit dozens of published copies and after his lamentable death, more works were published. There is another reference although it is a little of these examples and it is that of R. R. Tolkien who could not conclude The Silmarillion and it was only his son who finished the work.

It returns the tattooed dragon girl, a social disaster but a computer genius, a hacker, on the other hand is a journalist who defends the truth at all costs, this has become the target of several enemies.
Blomkvist is faced with thieves by rival journalists, receives strong criticism for his current situation and laugh at him, Blomkvist sees himself as a defender of truth and a kind of hero, a kind of secret agent, magazine Millenium, its magazine, is going through difficult times and finds itself in the search of new investors to bring its company afloat and overthrow its rivals.

It is already night when someone calls Blomkvist, an anonymous informant gives some information that is of vital importance to the United States, this informant has been in contact with a hacker who according to his description Blomkvist immediately recognizes, the consequences seem serious and it is She needs to save the magazine, then goes in search of Salander to ask for her help, she is not subject to schedules and makes it a little difficult to contact her, once together they realize the magnitude of the events of which they have Access, many people can be exposed and that will put your life in danger again.