PDF BOOK The Girl Who Kicked the Hornets' Nest (Millennium Series Book 3) Stieg Larsson's phenomenal trilogy is continued in The Girl in the Spider's Web. In the third volume of the Millennium series, Lisbeth Salander lies in critical condition in a Swedish hospital, a bullet in her soundofheaven.info she's fighting for her life in. The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest (Millennium #3) Lisbeth Salander — the heart of Larsson's two previous novels — lies in critical condition, a bullet wound .
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The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet's Nest. Home · The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet's Nest The Girl Who Kicked the Hornets Nest · Read more. Original filename: The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's soundofheaven.info This PDF document has been generated by / Foxit PhantomPDF Printer. Lisbeth Salander is one of the most original characters in a thriller to come along in a while.”—Michiko Kakutani, The New York Times. [Lisbeth Salander] bursts off the page, a vibrant, forcefully ‘real’ character.”—The Plain Dealer. “Reading Stieg Larsson.
What mattered was her head. Jonasson ordered tomography with the new and improved C.
He had worked at Sahlgrenska and Eastern hospitals for twenty years, by turns as researcher, pathologist, and in A. He had achieved something that astonished his colleagues and made the rest of the medical staff proud to work with him; he had vowed that no patient would die on his shift, and in some miraculous way he had indeed managed to hold the mortality rate at zero. Some of his patients had died, of course, but it was always during subsequent treatment or for completely different reasons that had nothing to do with his interventions.
He had a view of medicine that was at times unorthodox.
He thought doctors often drew conclusions that they could not substantiate. This meant that they gave up far too easily; alternatively they spent too much time at the acute stage trying to work out exactly what was wrong with the patient so as to decide on the right treatment.
This was correct procedure, of course. The problem was that the patient was in danger of dying while the doctor was still doing his thinking. But Jonasson had never before had a patient with a bullet in her skull. Most likely he would need a brain surgeon.
He had all the theoretical knowledge required to make an incursion into the brain, but he did not by any means consider himself a brain surgeon.
He felt inadequate but all of a sudden realized that he might be luckier than he deserved. Before he scrubbed up and put on his operating clothes he sent for Nurse Nicander. He just gave a lecture on brain research. He's a good friend of mine.
Could you get the number? Jonasson picked up the telephone. The night porter at the Radisson was very reluctant to wake a guest at that time of night and Jonasson had to come up with a few choice phrases about the critical nature of the situation before his call was put through.
Do you feel like coming over to Sahlgrenska to help out in a brain op.? I've got a young woman here who's been shot in the head. Entry wound just above the left ear.
I badly need a second opinion, and I don't know of a better person to ask. He rubbed his eyes. She also has a bullet wound in her shoulder and another in her hip.
But I know how to handle those two.
Frank, can you help me out? I got to bed at 1. But I need somebody to tell me if I'm doing anything stupid. Even a falling-down drunk Professor Ellis is several classes better than I could ever be when it comes to assessing brain damage.
I'll come. But you're going to owe me one. The driver will know where to drop you, and Nurse Nicander will be there to meet you and get you kitted out.
He looked like a bit player in E. The tone of his muscles testified to the fact that he spent a number of hours each week at the gym. He pushed up his glasses and scratched the back of his neck. He focused his gaze on the computer screen, which showed every nook and cranny of the patient Salander's brain. Ellis liked living in Sweden.
He had first come as an exchange researcher in the late '70s and stayed for two years. Then he came back regularly, until one day he was offered a permanent position at the Karolinska in Stockholm.
By that time he had won an international reputation. He had first met Jonasson at a seminar in Stockholm fourteen years earlier and discovered that they were both fly-fishing enthusiasts.
They had kept in touch and had gone on fishing trips to Norway and elsewhere. But they had never worked together. It was a girl the same age as your patient here.
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