The only reason I kept on reading was because David
said he liked it more than the first part, and he had his reasons (first part concentrates a lot on describing members of the Vanger family - which I actually liked; the second part is supposed to be more dynamic). However, I'm afraid it was more like a clichéd soap opera than a crime novel. And, OMG, all those sandwiches and the never ending coffee :))
Dear Lisbeth, I'm so done with you, I don't believe in your freaking mathematical intelligence, your knowledge of everything under the sun and your super powers! And Mikael, I wish this second part was more about you, but hey, life's not fair, it was your turn to save Lisbeth, wasn't it?