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Review: The Girl Who Lived Twice (Millennium #6)

This is a very good book. Unfortunately, it is a bit uneven. Lagercrantz waits until the last minute to gather all the threads, and because of this plotting the reader is left dazed and confused for parts of the story.

Also, Lisbeth’s sister Camilla has very little characterization and feels a bit like an empty shell. But these weaknesses aside – it’s been a long while since I had such a thrill reading a book. I was very worried that this book would be a disappointment like the last one in Lagercrantz’ trilogy, but it wasn’t. Thankfully Lagercrantz managed to end his trilogy on a high note.

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