Warning there are some story details in this post.
This book was probably the hardest for me to read out of this series. To mean right after the ending of The Girl Who Played with Fire the story really slowed down again and almost reverted back a scene setting as if it was the first book of the series. Much to my disappointment this type of narration seemed to take up the majority of the book.
The whole book was building towards the trial of Salander. Finally when the process meter on my Kindle show 80% the trial was about to get going and the story really started picking up. At times I was asking myself why I was still reading this book if it was taking so long to get to something exciting. Just as quickly as the excitement came it was gone. Through out the whole book I expected the part about the trial would be full of lots of detail and finally culminating at the end. Instead the trial part of the book seemed to be over almost as soon as it had started. This was very confusing especially when the last 8% of the book just seemed to be wasted space.
In the end I would recommend this book if nothing else to finish the story so that you know what finally happened with all of the character. Although in my opinion this book seemed very much to be an after thought and was by far the worse one of the 3 in the series.
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