The Girl in the Spider's Web Quotes.

11. "Are you insane? Probably, yes, she said. Empathy deficit disorder. Excessive violence. Something along those lines."
- David Lagercrantz, The Girl in the Spider's Web

12. "It is impossible to overestimate how humourless underpaid journalists can be."
- David Lagercrantz, The Girl in the Spider's Web

13. "Sometimes the best ideas occur to you while your mind is occupied with something completely different."
- David Lagercrantz, The Girl in the Spider's Web

14. "Faste is an idiot. No, Jan, he isn’t. He’s just … What? Conservative. He’s not someone who falls for the latest feminist fads. Or for the earliest ones either. He may have just got his head around all that stuff about votes for women."
- David Lagercrantz, The Girl in the Spider's Web

15. "star stays alive as a result of two opposing actions, the fusion at its core forcing it outwards and the gravitational pull keeping it together. She saw it as a balancing act, a tug of war from which a victor eventually emerges, once the fuel for the reactions runs out and the explosions weaken. When gravity gains the upper hand, the celestial body shrinks like a punctured balloon and becomes smaller and smaller. In this way, a star can vanish into nothing. Salander liked black holes. She felt an affinity to them."
- David Lagercrantz, The Girl in the Spider's Web

16. "Magician of Lublin,"
- David Lagercrantz, The Girl in the Spider's Web

17. "Those who spy on the people end up themselves being spied on by the people."
- David Lagercrantz, The Girl in the Spider's Web

18. "I now realize that I should blame myself when men indulge in such wildly wishful thinking that they see a sexual invitation in a simple smile."
- David Lagercrantz, The Girl in the Spider's Web

19. "Wait, Ed. Did you say she? You better believe it. Our hacker’s a she!"
- David Lagercrantz, The Girl in the Spider's Web

20. "These days you can’t do a goddamn thing online without leaving footprints."
- David Lagercrantz, The Girl in the Spider's Web

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