Lipe Araujo Araujo itibaren 07712 Sant Climent, Illes Balears, İspanya
Bu klasik anlamda Romantik bir masal - atılgan, egzotik genç adam orta Asya'da güzel kızla tanışır; her iki ebeveynin de muhalefetine rağmen evlenirler; İran'a Rus Devrimi'nden kaçıyorlar; Bolşevikleri kovmak için geri dönerler; kahraman Kızıl Ordu şehri işgal ettiği için ateşli silah dolu bir yerde ölür, makineli tüfek yuvası aşıldı.
No creo que valga la pena el esfuerzo. Si lo estás leyendo esperando que "se ponga bueno", dejalo. No tiene final, son simplemente 1200 páginas de algo.
i did not like this book! the only reason i put two stars is because there was a little action and suspense at the end, and i love the characters
** spoiler alert ** Last and most complex of the three Millennium books, the first hundred and fifty or so pages are concerned with the "conspiracy" centering around Lisbeth's father, a Russian defector and all around mean SOB. While that going is plodding and is akin to swimming through Jell-O, it's necessary for an understanding of the remainder of the book and how the whole bunch of ne-er-do-well's get their comeuppance, with the able help of Lisbeth, recovering from a couple gunshot wounds, Blomkvist, hsis sister (Lisbeth's lawyer), Erikla Berger (editor of Millennium, who takes a side trip to another magazine; this, gratefully, was left out of the movie; I thought it was quite unnecessary), and the rest of their plucky staff (see review of THWPWF). Lots of Courtroom drama, including the gleeful skewering of the sleazy psychiatrist Teleborian, Yippee! - all leading to a satisfying ending. These books are peopled with a small town's worth of characters (at my age, I use 3X5 cards and write 'em down, referring to same frequently), so you can get lost if you don't remember who this or that one is. But lot of fun. Too bad Mr. Larssen died, although his fourth book is allegedly in preparation if those pesky relatives and his girlfriend can bury the hatched and sing "Kum-By-A." Go read it! Give yourself some time, though.