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I enjoyed this final installment. It was very easy to listen to, and the narrator did a great job.
Yes. I'm interested enough to finish the series. Lisbeth is an interesting character and Reichlin does a good job of narrating. I just found that the story dragged at some points and it wasn't a completely original idea. In the end, it was nothing more than a whodunit.
It was refreshing to see a major character go through so much. I liked the ending. It sets up the next novel perfectly and makes the reader want to continue the story.
Loved how he could sound the same for two different characters, and yet somehow convey differences in their demeanor. I loved his high-pitched voice for the blonde giant. Great stuff
Yes. The characters are interesting, even if the story tends to drag at times.
The best audio book I've ever listened to; many sleepless nights because I couldn't turn it off.
I spend a fair amount of time in vehicles and planes so I like listening to good mysteries and suspense stories.This series was excellent in narration,storyline and suspense.
Mystery, Crime and Punishment.
It's hard to compare this to other books, I've read, as I've not read a great many books. I'd say it's a lot like the movie Pulp Fiction. Salander goes missing for ages in the middle of the book, the book describes the events happening to the other characters. Then it revisits her actions over the same time period. This happens in the kidknapp/fight scene between Nidermann and Wu/Roberto.
I really can't wait for the Hollywood version of the movie to come out, the Swedish one ruined the fight scene.
Salander, I loved the last words she said, "Kalle Bastard Blomkvist", started laughing like hell.
The same as the book's tag line, "There are no innocents, just different degrees of responsibility".
I'm in the process of downloading the third book, can't wait!
I am a full time student. I love to read but have no time to read for fun; audible is the perfect solution to that.
I've heard about this series for a while but had no interest in reading it...so glad a friend convinced to give it a try.
It was such an interesting; unusual story... I would definitely listen to it again
An unashamed Audiophile who has his own studio and business called iZENEARS which brings Australian travel and history to life for locals and visitor's alike.
Simple, if you like Stieg Larsson this is a must. If you have not listened to his work, listen to all three books (IN THE RIGHT ORDER!). The trilogy are great works of our time.
Am nearing 84, have 3 children, 5 grandchildren and 1 half Japanese great grandson all delightful. Enjoy listening & reading
Enjoyed listening to this second book more than when I actually read the trilogy when first published. The fluent narrator, Saul Reichlin, made me listen to the many mathematical equations and complicated computer language, which I have to shamefully admit I skipped during my initial reading, I was ALMOST tempted to put them into practice. The ease with which he pronounced the unpronouncable made such a difference to the enjoyment of this great epic. He kept me glued until the end and I was truly delighted to download the final third book. Bravo Mr Reichlin
I love learning, teaching and exploring!
I haven't read the print version but the audio was great. The narrator was excellent although the production quality could have been better. It seemed to be translated from cassette tapes to digital format. Don't let that stop you from listening though.
Blomkvist is my favourite character because he never gives up on finding the truth and making things right.
His voices for the different characters was great!
The ending leaves you hanging with a desire to find out what happens next.