The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest (Millennium Trilogy)

The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest (Millennium Trilogy) - Stieg Larsson While there was a time gap between the end of Dragon Tattoo and the beginning of Played with Fire (both in the story and in my reading) the first sentence of this book draws the reader right back into the story. The last two books could very well have been one very long complete book. By the end of this book most of the loose ends are satisfyingly resolved, but not without taking the reader through an interesting maze to get there.

Although the book was every bit as good as the previous two my one negative comment on this last one would have to be that is was too heavily populated. So many players were introduced in this book coupled with their Swedish names, that I found myself, from time to time, loosing track of who was who. A very minor complaint for an otherwise brilliant trio of books.