Great book from a great series. Interesting charactors, a little twisted in the story line(but I like that) Moves along well. Keeps you interested, and very well read.
This is the final in a trilogy. It is very well written and the title says it all. It is a real Hornet's nest. Read the first two Dragon tattoo and fire. in that order. Plow through Tattoo it sets up the story. Very well read, the same person narrates all three. Excellent read. I want to read more. But I have to wait for the lawsuit to be over.
Retired autoworker, and photographer! Started to listen to audio books, when I developed cataracts, and never stopped! Love the listen!
This last book in the trilogy does not disappoint. It brought all the plots and characters full circle. I feel like I know them all.
I think it's a decent end to the three books. Why repeat all the ancient history over and over again, do people forget so easily? and who writes a trilogy and retells the whole story in each book?
I was sorry to see the book come to an end and hope the family differences of the late Steig Larrson can be settled so the series can continue. Some of the sex is over described for my taste, and could be toned down to allow our imaginations fill in the gaps if we wanted to. All of the characters are so well developed and I can see each scene in my mind, which is the result of an excellent writer. Steig, your creativity will be missed.
Business Physicist and Astronomer
It was a great story---but I felt this installment (so far) ran out of steam. What was up with the whole Gibraltar scene?
Anyway, I loved the series but thought this book a bit flat.
As other reviewers have noted, this book has way too many details that don't contribute to the story. But, anyone who has read these books knows that that is to be expected. Sadly there will be no more books in this series but I want to know what happens next! The characters still have so much to tell.