You all might be able to take a guess at what this week's Saturday Read is...
Yep! It's the third, and final, novel in the Millennium trilogy The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest by Stieg Larsson. Larsson originally intended for the Millennium series to be a collection of 10 novels, however upon his sudden death in 2004, only 3 were fully written manuscripts.
Now, this book, while still good, is not nearly as intriguing as the first two novels. Though that is largely in part that Lisbeth Salander is in a hospital bed for the majority of it. However, you cannot NOT read this book after reading the last two. You need to find out what happens to Salander, if she is convicted or if she is found innocent. Also, this novel ties up many of the loose ends in the previous ones.
While in the hospital, Blomkvist puts together a team of trustworthy people to prove that Salander has been a victim of injustice since the age of 12. He also convinces his sister, a women's right lawyer, to represent Salander at her trial and to prove her innocence. Of course there are monkey wrenches thrown into the plot and many of the attacks are of a personal nature. There's really nothing else I can tell, because, again, I can't give away too much otherwise you'll know everything!
Overall the Millennium trilogy is definitely worth your time reading. And it won't take you too long to read because I promise you will be turning the pages one after the other every second you can!