The sequel to _The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo_ is just as poorly written as the first, but still impossible to put down. The audiobook is the perfect thing to listen to when you're cleaning the house or doing the dishes, but I warn you that you will end up listening to it every spare (and not-so-spare) moment of the day. I ended up bringing my headphones to the grocery store so that I could keep listening, even if Salandar was doing nothing at that moment but eating a cheese sandwich. The narrator is pretty good, but I had to get over the fact that he gave Salander a cockney accent. Actually, everyone has the British accent that is appropriate to their class and where they are from (if you substitute Stockholm for London). It's annoying, but I'm not sure if I can blame Simon Vance (the narrator) exactly. But couldn't they find a Swede to narrate?