Hornest's Nest takes off exactly where the previous book ended with Lisbeth in the hospital and bodies being discovered all over the place. I found this book harder to follow as the cast of charcters becomes incredibly large and the plot incredibly complicated. There is a lot of discussion about Sweden's constitutional laws which I found tiresome. The book follows the investigation into the murders from the 2nd book and another investigation into a secret department within Sweden's Secret Service. While the conclusion was satisfying, I thought there was too much going on and not enough of Lisbeth and Mikhail. These two characters make the books.
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