With a bit of European social and historical education thrown in, this series of novels will keep the reader/listener in suspense and clearly entertained. The book is narrated by Simon Vance. I cannot image anyone who could have done it better. With all the Swedish names and the many characters, Mr. Vance kept the listener on track by his variety of voices. Congratulations to an imaginative well written author and his talented narrator.
well ready and riviting if you have read the previous two Stieg Larson books. A fitting conclusion.
a fitting end to the trilogy. This one drags a little, but considering that there wont be another, I'm quite OK with that. This is more like a continuation of the second book that anything remotely like a stand alone book.
Stieg Larsson's Trilogy would have been a page turner had I been actually turning pages. I looked forward to my walks with my iPod and driving in my car just to listen. I loved the character of Lisabeth Salander who is plucky, very smart (an understatement), and a real survivor. I only wish there could have been more books featuring her and Blomkvist.
I liked this book a lot. Although there is an overwelming amount of back story in the beginning but get through that first few hours and it is worth it. I did not see this coming but now can't imagine the trilogy ending any other way. I am disapointed that there will be nothing else from this writer, R.I.P. Stieg!
p.s. Just watched the movies and 1 and 2 are great but this one cut out too much and was boring. Just warning you all.
This is, undoubtedly, the best book of the trilogy though not for much since all three are exceptional... It is an absolute shame we will never be able to know what happens next with "the girl with the dragon tatoo". The ending was perfect and there were no loose ends, however, Mr. Larsson would have surely delighted us with more adventures of the unlikely couple of Salander and Blomqvist.
Finally, for a great book, a great narrator... It's hard to think of someone better for Larsson's books than Simon Vance. His voice, his accent and his characterizations are right on the mark.
well worth reading loved reading all three of The Millennium Trilogy, Book s,1,2&3
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It's simple. If you liked Book 1 and 2, there is no decision. A review is unnecessary. To not read Book 3 is to live with an unscratched itch. Do it.