The book is long and I don't have a lot of time to read a good portion of the book each day, so instead I listen as I do my driving or small jobs around the house
I listened to Girl With the Dragon Tatoo
Larsson has once again crafted a masterful novel. This sequel flows seamlessly from the previous book, bringing back favorite characters while introducing new, equally fascinating friends and even more sinister enemies. Larsson's ability to create characters you care about, even minor ones, is amazing. To be fair, I felt that some of Lisbeth's actions in the beginning seemed out of character for her, but this was easily overlooked as the story progressed and her mindset at the time became clearer. Overall, this was an excellent book, and I once again eagerly look forward to the next story in the trilogy.
I would definitely recommend this to friends. It is so well written and kept my interest through the whole book.
Normally, when I read, there's usually a lull of interest for me in the story line. I don't have a lot of books I
I've only listened to the Millennium series so far, but he did a great job in those books. Good use of voices, knowledge of languages, and intonation. I'm looking for more of his works now.
In the middle. It was fun and interesting.
Yes. It was interesting.
The final scene in the kitchen.
Very exciting and finally all the questions from her background are revealed. Could't put the book down. Can't wait to listen to book 3.
The story line was quite entertaining and the inflection in the narrator's very pleasant voice made it all the more enjoyable. Love it!
Yes it did. The many different characters and sub plots were developed in a way that made this a page turner.
His voice is incredible. As I mentioned previously, he really captures the characters by fine tuning the inflection in his voice in perfect harmony with the story. I would probably listen to anything he narrates. Big fan!
Have no idea
The movie! It was a nice lead up to the next book
At the end when Lizabeth Salander calls Michael and leaves him a message telling him that it was her, when she was nearly dying.
I want to read books that take me to a "place and/or time" I've never been. On the other hand, I love reading about places where I HAVE been.
Second of the Trilogy kept me on the edge of my seat and plugged into the earbuds.
Couldn't wait to get back in the car and continue driving. Definitely would recommend this.
I can't believe how easily he seems to change his voice back and forth for the different characters.
This is the 2nd book in the trilogy and while the first book was hard to get into, this book grabbed by attention from the beginning.
When Lizbeth takes out two thugs by her little tiny self.
The book has a faster pace then the first book.
This series is a little hard to keep up with simply because the names of the characters are all so close, i.e. Bloomkist; Berger, Bergstrom, Blowblanski; and then all the