'The Girl who kicked the Hornet's Nest' is a stunning completion of Stieg Larsson's Salander trilogy. Throughout most of the book I wondered how Larsson would find a HEA for Lisbet, but in the end she is released from her terrible past and has the possibility of happiness, I think.
The treatment of Salander's trial, and the lead up to it, together with the deadly criminal activity of the clique within the Swedish secret police, was masterfully developed. This is one of those rare books that temporarily captures your soul, making it very difficult to stop reading.
I was very impressed by the narrator's use of different accents for the different characters which made listening something of a 'theatrical experience'.
For devotees of mystery thrillers, purchase of this trilogy is a no brainer IMO, definitely a 'must listen'.
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