I read this book during the summer of 2010. It's a little late, but here's my review!
Wow, another adrenaline infused ride. The story picks up where Dragon Tattoo left off. It's refreshing to read a nice long trilogy. I won't spoil anything, but the story finds Lisbeth in the middle of a triple murder. She's public enemy number one as her picture and story splash across the media which is devastating to the ultra-private hacker. Larsson is brave to separate Salander and Blomkvist for the entire story. At one point, Salander goes missing from the novel for a 100+ pages. This totally adds to the reader's anxiety over Salander's safety.
I'm looking forward to the The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest, but I think I'll save it for later...or maybe not!