disappointed that it was not more exciting. I read the trilogy in two weeks. It ... Read more
Hi, I am new to the club and I literally devouring the first book. I agree with every single positive – nay, enthusiastic – evaluation, and I am a difficult reader to please. But I must add that the translation is less than perfect, somewhat goofy and often awkward. Some of the expressions so ... Read more
I gave my copy of the book away to a friend won’t get it back soon. Larsson mentions a computer database program and gives a web address of where to download it.
Anyone have this information? Otherwise I may just go to a bookstore and leaf through until I find the page.
Th ... Read more
How tall is Lisbeth? In my edition of The Girl Who Played with Fire on page 15 “She still weighed only forty kilos and stood one metre twenty-four centimetres tall. In Chapter 4 of The Girl Who Kicked the Hornets’ Nest, she is described on pages 61 and 65 as one metre fifty tall. The English ... Read more
Does anyone know if there exists a COMPLETE who’s who list of all the characters in this book? I have listed over 60 and counting!
Finished all three.
Posted by Patricia Soto in Miami, Florida , 17 August 2010
I haven’t read all the discussions opened on this website, but I was wondering if somebody has brood about one of the Trilogy’s main topics: Violence against women. I’m from a country that technically is not a country but I believe it is, Puerto Rico, where unfortunately violence against wo ... Read more
after a marathon (1 month maybe too long?) for the 3 books, i feel like i need mystery/thriller books for my next reading marathon this coming Christmas break.
still looking around bookstores for some books to stock up on before december comes. i am looking at the George RR Martin’ So ... Read more
‘Fifth’ Stieg Larsson book in existence
Larsson’s books have become major best-sellers
The existence of an unfinished manuscript by late author Stieg Larsson’s Girl with the Dragon series has been confirmed by his family.
His brother Joakim said in a US TV interview that the writer told him 10 days before his sudden death in 2004 that the book was “nearly finished”.
Mr Larsson told CBS’s Sunday Morning show that it was written as the fifth story rather than the fourt ... Read more