A critical point a bit implausible.
Let me preface this point by emphasizing that I’m a big fan. I found the series to be intriguing, suspenseful, believable and captivating. I was bothered however by how Salander was able to immobilize Niedermann. Salander was hiding under a workbench that had eight inches of clearance from the floor. I find it impossible to imagine how, from within an eight inch space, she could reach out and manipulate a nail gun that fired seven inch nails to a position far enough above his feet that she could successfully obtain an angle that anchored him to the floor. It would have been more believable for her to somehow sneak up behind him, clobber him in the head with sufficient force that he was dazed and dropped to the floor, then use the nail gun to fire nails into his limbs. I?m just saying?.Really?? hiding in a 8 inch space?7 inch nails?.good angle?both feet?not likely?
Posted by Zack in Los Angeles , 16 June 2010