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The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest by Stieg Larsson
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Aug 25, 14

Read from April 01 to 04, 2012

Well...Im going to give this book 4 stars instead of 3 simply because it wraps up, for the most part, the trilogy. Although I certainly thought it was a better edited tale than book #2, it did drag in some places. I also have to ask, once again, why Laarson insisted on writing women like men, and why every woman seemed to be inexplicably sexually drawn to Blumquist...projecting a bit of hero worship? I also must question what the point of Erica's side story at SMP had no real bearing on the story, neither did her stalker. I am also willing to take bets on length of time Blum. will be able to keep his pants on and be "faithful" to Figerola...figures we have a FORTH independent, in charge woman who is unable to keep their hands off of him while he passively lets it happen. Sigh. Although she is a character that is hard to understand, I find myself really liking Lisbeth. Thats all.

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“When their love was not reciprocated, it could quickly turn to violent hatred.”
Stieg Larsson, The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest

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