It's a big book and has a lot of facts, names, and organisations in it that provide background to the story. Once you get past those its a good storyline and you can't help but feel like you really get to know Salander and see a more vulnerable side to her.
Would recommend it but make sure you stick with it. I didn't realise until reading it how this one continues straight on from the second book.
This is the last of Stieg Larson's brilliant series. I have found these books thrilling to read and the last I really enjoyed, alot of loose ends were tied up for the main character "Lisbeth", but you could definitely see where opening were made in this book for folllow up books (unfortunately everyone knows that can't happen as the author has died) I felt somehow this made the book more enjoyable / sad all at the same time. Brilliant, well recommended, but a real shame there will not be more.