Stieg Larsson

    Millennium Trilogy

    The Millennium Trilogy consists of-"The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo",-"The Girl Who Played With Fire", and-"The Girl Who Kicked the Hornets' Nest". A well prepared debutant  Stieg Larsson began thinking about writing detective novels back in the early 90's, according to co-worker Anna-Lena Lodenius in an interview with the Swedish ne ... Read more

    The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo

      The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo is the first novel in The Millennium Trilogy. It was published in 2005, one year after the author Stieg Larsson’s death. ... Read more

    The Girl Who Played with Fire

    “The Girl who Played with Fire” is the second novel in The Millennium Trilogy and was first published in 2006.  It was published in English in 2009 and straight away became a No. 1 Best Seller in UK and was the first translated novel to do that in the hardback chart.It won the Swedish Cr ... Read more

    The Girl Who Kicked the Hornets’ Nest

     “The Girl who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest” is the third and final novel in Stieg Larsson’s Millennium Trilogy and was published in 2007. It received The Glass Key Award form Crime Writers of Scandinavia in 2008. According to figures from June 2011, the Millennium Trilogy has together sold 60 million copies in more than 50 countries.  Plot summary Two seriously injured peop ... Read more

    The Girl in the Spider’s Web

    Lisbeth Salander and Mikael Blomkvist return in a continuation of Stieg Larsson’s Millennium series.This much anticipated continuation to one of the best-loved crime series of the last decade will be published in Sweden as Det som inte dödar oss (“What Doesn’t Kill You”). The English-language title will differ, and is yet to be confirmed.... Read more

    Eva Gabrielsson

    Arguably best known for being the long-time partner of the late Stieg Larsson, the famous Swedish novelist who wrote the Millennium series, Eva Gabrielsson has established herself as a notable author, architect, feminist, and prominent activist in the political arena. Who is Eva Gabrielsson? Born on November 17th, 1953, Eva Gabrielsson has lived an almost storied li ... Read more

Latest Comments

  • Does Blomkvist ever tell Lisbeth what her mistake while stealing the money was?
    Jeff Polaski says:

    Part of excellent writing is what the author does NOT include. Lisbeth had to borrow her seed money from Blomqvist so she could travel in disguise and move the money around. Simply, When Blomqvist saw the TV news about his enemy's death and no mention of the money, he quickly put it together. Two very bright people. Some movie fans have to have everything spelled out. Sorry.

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  • How can I watch the second movie?
    Sarah says:

    Hi i really want to watch the second movie as well

  • The Girl Who Takes an Eye for an Eye
    frank says:

    Starting to reread the trilogy series, for the 3rd time. i love the fact i got the books. i am so addicted to the series and characters of the series. this is the BEST set of books and story line, right up there with the conceptual ideas of Harry Potter with ref to the story line. Salander Rules.

  • The Girl Who Takes an Eye for an Eye
    frank says:

    Spoiler i really hate to post this, esp since i love the characters of the org story. to put it mildly, this book sux. come on, Salander gets kidnapped and escape so fast, salander time in jail, blomkvist hardly written about. the motorcycle gang, come on and lastly rehashing a old nazi experiment .....i recommend to any, just go to the library and read that book. so when you get to the point of throwing the book away, you can just return it to the library.if this guy writes the next book i just might not read it. the spider web book was ok, nothing special.this book just plain sux.

  • Plot hole?
    Miss Pasko says:

    Phew - I'm glad someone posted this question AND that someone had the answer. I am really enjoying these books, and think over the characters and plots while I am drifting off to sleep. That visit to the car hire office had me stumped and leafing back through about 50 pages did not help. I kept saying to myself - Darn you, Larsson! You describe every cup of coffee these characters drink - even making sure someone turns off the coffee maker before leaving his flat! I know there must be a good explanation for why LS goes to THAT particular office.Many thanks Allan Hunter and katastophe!

  • The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo
    Mahak says:

    I totally love reading his books. What an amazing read.Thanks.

  • Other works of fiction portraying extreme violence against women
    Doralee says:

    Pretty girls- Karen savage

  • Millennium Trilogy
    André Pimentel says:

    Masterpieces involve a lifetime, my hobbie is music composition and guitar, and writing was always on my mind, I'm thinking about the more important subjects about my life and when I get my conclusion, I will start to write maybe. Stieg Larsson made this fantastic work and had a big contribution for human rights, but he should take care of his life, maybe he could wait some years for publishing the book , maybe not, maybe he had to this way to make his message.

  • Michael Nyqvist dies aged 56
    Robert Danylchuk says:

    A great actor who passed before his time.

  • Song Lisbeth listens to?
    Vahe says:

    Sounds similar to "In The House, In A Heartbeat" by John Murphy from 28 weeks later.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ST2H8FWDvEA

  • Michael Nyqvist dies aged 56
    Pharang Lo says:

    Wow, so young :(

  • Michael Nyqvist dies aged 56
    Barry says:

    This is awful news.. My condolences to Michael's family...

  • Michael Nyqvist dies aged 56
    Lisa Kratky says:

    So sad to hear... loved and respected his excellent work! RIP

  • The girl who takes an eye for an eye
    Priya says:

    The book will go on sale on September 7, 2017. But it can already be pre-ordered on Amazon

  • Next book
    Brad says:

    It has been already announced. http://stieglarsson.com/the-girl-who-takes-an-eye-for-an-eye/

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  • Where is Hedestad?
    Jussi Tuovinen says:

    Larsson puts his “Hedestad” and “Hedeby” clearly on the coast “about an hour” north of Gävle, but as they (unfortunately ;-) don’t exist the filmmakers had to find something which resembles more or less the descriptions in the book.As “heder” in Swedish means “hono(u)r” there’s quite heavy irony here as those activities in those places depicted in the book are actually quite far from honorable… :-pp Of course “the Honor of the (Vanger) Family” is a theme emphasized heavily in the book too.Talking about name allusions I guess it’s not a coincidence that the name “Vanger” sounds quite similar than Wagner, another name quite heavily although also unfairly connected with the Nazis too… ;-))

  • The Girl Who Takes an Eye for an Eye
    Victor says:

    Can't wait to read it!!!

  • The Girl in the Spider’s Web
    Essensian says:

    I am no deep literary theorist. I very much enjoyed the first three and hence was really keen to read this. Turns out I enjoyed it equally, but this one brought me to tears where the others didn't.

  • The Girl in the Spider’s Web

    the 4th "Millennium"Book was quite interesting, thrilling ... but not so good as the first three books. There were places where so called "look into the future/ predictions" were written - it was too revealing, stealing the whole excitement from not-knowing what's going on at first sight. and at the end L.Salander coming on herself to M.Blomkvist... unbelievable, not typical for her... but maybe people change... maybe L.Salander's changing (as Keane's singing ;)) I've that book. I've quenched my curiosity.PS. Sorry for my English, I'm not a native Speaker and English isn't my everyday Language.
    - Gogh Van,

  • The legacy
    Mary Lapeyrade says:

    I just read The Girl in the Spider’s Web. It started slow, had too many new characters, but I still enjoyed the read. If Eva is ever able to write more books, I would read those too.

    - Mary Lapeyrade,

  • The Girl in the Spider’s Web
    Sandra says:

    Is book 5 in then works? Book 4 end unfinished again.

    - Sandra,