This is the second best audiobook I've listened to.
Comparing it to Ender's Game, this book also makes the mind imagine ramifications of the story as it conserves a real athmosphere. The carachters are really great, they are full of carachteristics, they are smart, innocent and inventive.
With Verne you cannot go wrong.
I am half way and not so eager to finish... its just rather boring and full of unnecessary mundane things with a bit of interesting sides of the characters.
I wouldn't really recommend this novel, the performance is dull and the voice is a weird interpretation. Also the performer for some reason reads as if it was set in England and that Lisbeth was from a ghetto. The author is just desperately trying to fill my mind with nonsense and the story (which is rather simple so far) is taken too long to unfold.
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