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About That Which Doesn’t Kill Us (The Girl in the Spider’s Web)

I’m currently reading David Lagercrantz‘ highly anticipated and heavily debated book. So far, I’m really enjoying it, as the suspense is just beginning to build, and he’s done a very good job of emulating Stieg‘s writing (which, in any other case would have been a bad thing – Stieg was not a literary writer, so much as a journalist telling gripping stories with amazing characters.)

As an author and fan of Stieg, I’m against this book. But as a fan of his amazing characters, I’m thrilled. As such, I’m reading with anticipation and mixed feelings. Unfortunately, I fear that Stieg’s father and brother ended up pressuring Eva into never wanting to release and/or find someone to finish Stieg’s unfinished manuscript, when they threatened to kick her from her apartment unless she handed over Stieg’s laptop.

For those not in the know, there was a fourth manuscript, it was unfinished, and I think Stieg would have wanted Eva (or someone of her choosing) to finish it.

My latest book is inspired by Stieg’s books, and I hope that people who liked them will also like my book. I wish that Stieg could still be alive to witness how beloved his characters and stories have become.

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