I owe an apology to GWPWF. After reading the final installment, I see why the audience was exposed to so many secrets of the main characters. Larrson wraps up the final story of Salander and Mikael with such grace and pose that you could not help but to cheer at the end of the book. I am not a fan of clean endings, but Larrson handled the final victories of Lisbeth like a pro. Even Berger's side story kept me turning the pages until exhaustion. Larrson is a sound and strong voice for protest against violence against women, and wrote his stories to raise awareness of social inequality of the treatment of women. To be honest, I find it ironic and refreshing to see a male position of view about the imbalance of justice between the sexes. I will truly miss Mikael, Berger, and most of All, Lisbeth. In Salander, I finally have met a fictional mirror of some of my inner character. I applaud her and I am deeply saddened that the character will continue her new life without the audience of the readers.