Popsugar Reading Challenge category: A book with "girl" in the title
The Girl in the Spider's Web, by David Lagercrantz
This is David Lagercrantz's continuation of the late Stieg Larsson's Girl with the Dragon Tattoo series. He captures the characters' personalities well: kickass hacker Lisbeth Salander and crusading journalist Mikael Blomkvist. As always, there's a complex plot with intrigue, violence, suspense, and computer hacking.
There's less of the overt feminism that Larsson included (it's worth noting that The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo was originally titled Men Who Hate Women). While Lisbeth's abusive father continues to case a long shadow, the primary villain is a woman, and she weaponizes her sexuality. In the earlier books, women (including Lisbeth) would hit on Blomkvist quite assertively. The two times something similar happens in this book, the man's being set up - and I wouldn't even call that a spoiler; it's really obvious.
A couple of points that bugged me: the severely autistic child who's also a savant is kind of cliched. And there's one point where Lisbeth has to get somewhere quickly for life-and-death reasons, and instead of taking her car, she....takes a taxi?
It's hinted that the series is moving back to a Lisbeth/Blomkvist romance, though that was left open for future books.