The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest (Millennium Trilogy Series #3)
This novel not only puts the cap on the most eagerly read trilogy in years; the sequel to The Girl Who Played With Fire marks the completion of its Swedish author's career: Stieg Larsson died at the age of fifty in 2004. The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest is, however, too exciting and too... show more
This novel not only puts the cap on the most eagerly read trilogy in years; the sequel to The Girl Who Played With Fire marks the completion of its Swedish author's career: Stieg Larsson died at the age of fifty in 2004. The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest is, however, too exciting and too adept to be read simply as a major author's memorial. From its onset, with "avenging angel" protagonist Lisbeth Salander lying in intensive care, this fiction pulses forward. One British critic called it "intricately plotted, lavishly detailed but written with a breakneck pace and verve...a tantalizing double finalefirst idyllic, then frenetic."
Publish date: 25-05-2010
Publisher: Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Mystery Thriller
Another riveting read. I'm really pleased with the Millenium series and they are definitely a keeper!The book begins right where the story was left off in book 2. This book is concluded the series in such a complete way that I don't really feel I'm missing anything. Whilst it's kinda sad that I c...
Wow - that's my first impression... Wow!To say that the 3rd book in this trilogy is any less than the other two is far from the truth. The book is a (mostly) satisfying end to the story and drama that we've come to know -- about Lisbeth Salander and how she became the person she is, about her uncons...
After reading the second book in this series I was a little iffy about reading this book. I didn't think the second book of the series lived up to the first, so I was a little hesitant about the third thinking that it would be like the second one or worse. I was pleasantly surprised in the beginning...
In the third and final book from the Millennium series, Lisbeth is lying in a hospital bed while Blomkvist and a few others work hard on breaking her story.This was my least favorite of the series. It was moving very slow for the most part. A couple of coffee cups too many. It consisted of a lot of ...