When I first started listening, I didn't think I was going to like this book. But, as it progressed I became hooked. When I finished it I went looking for the next book. It is among some of the interesting books I have read.
Everything, I think he did a great job keeping you interested in the story.
I didn't read the print version, but I would imagine that the audio edition is better because it really brings out the story.
I had several memorable moments, but I have to say the most memorable was at the end when Lisbeth throws the Elvis plaque in the trash can.
He gives the characters substance and brings them to life. I begin to picture how the characters look and actually started feeling for them.
It made me anger, sad, happy and wanting more.
I had passed over this book several times and when the movie came out, I decided to listen to the book. It started out slow, but boy did it more than make up for that first impression. I didn't want to stop listening. I never saw the movie, but the book was excellent. I can't wait to listen to the other two.
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