The Girl Who Kicked the Hornets’ Nest

What do you think of the last book in the Millennium-series?

Posted by Editor in Stockholm, Sweden , 17 November 2008

By Editor

45 thoughts on “The Girl Who Kicked the Hornets’ Nest”
  1. Beautifull last book. A pity the series is now finished. But i have one question: what happened to Lisbeths twin sister? Was this a book to be?

    Posted by Don in Amsterdam, Netherlands ,

  2. I’am desperate too in Spain until June09. I’ve enjoyed every single page Hillariant, fascinating and brilliant. Some nights without out sleeping but my couple fogave me!

    Posted by eva in girona ,

  3. When can I but ‘Castles in the Sky’ in English in Australia? Please tell me that I won’t have to wait 12 months.

    Posted by John Gillman in Rural Victoria, Australia ,

  4. I Am french Canadian, I started reading the fist vbook the day after christmas and juste finished the third one thursday the 8th. I couldn’t stop reading even it was late at night.( 4 in the morning).

    Enjoyed every chapter from start to finish.

    Excellent and would had bought any following book.

    To bad Stieg died.

    Posted by Norm Collins in Montreal, Quebec,Canada. ,

  5. Can’t wait for third book.I read the first two books back to back, totally absorbing, great story, wonderful characters and just so well written. Why are they staggering the publication of the books in english ? Thankyou Stieg.

    Posted by Shantah Mcgregor in Melbourne Australia ,

  6. WHEN WILL WE HAVE THE ENGLISH TRANSLATION??? I don’t understand why we don’t get an answer to that. I can’t believe they will wait until 2010, it doesn’t make any sense. We have it in german, french, italian but not in english, that’s no go. Please give us an answer!

    Posted by Simona in Dresden ,

  7. Just finished third book . (had to read Italian translation because I couldnt wait for English version) An absolutely cracking read .I was on the edge of my seat at times and shouting out,laughing and crying along the way. How tragic that such a tremendous talent was cut short at such an early stage

    Posted by Carol in Aberdeen Scotland ,

  8. I feel #3 is not as good as the first 2. It’s somewhat less realistic on the veracity (for lack of a better word) of what’s going on. I know (being a computer eng.) that there were some big holes already in the first two, but they were not as close to the plot than some of the iffy material in #3, esp. towards the end (I don’t give details not to spoil reading for those who did read it, but if you want to contact me and ask, you’re welcome. A quick search and you’ll find me).

    Great reading anyway, don’t misunderstand me.

    Posted by Ilan Ginzburg in Grenoble, France ,

  9. I think the first book is great, but the second and the third are total nonsense in my eyes… poor character development (the good guys are good, the bad guys are bad), totally naive and unrealistic story and both books are about 300 or 400 pages too long… where the first one had a fine Agatha Christie Setting, the second and the third have no convincing criminal plot at all. Blomkvists relationships towards women seem somehow satirical, not to say stumpid and empty, in a bad way and there are far to many logic holes popping up on mostly every part of the books… the first one is a nice read though, if you forget about the poor “ending after the ending”… mashing up espionage or economic thriller and classic who-dunit worked in the first, but the second and third are far too overhyped…

    Sorry for my bad english…

    Posted by Alexander Mayer in Berlin ,

  10. I just finished the third. I liked it a lot! The 2nd and 3rd are very different from the 1st.

    One question:

    (SPOILER)

    Whatever happened to Lisbeth’s sister???

    Posted by French in Paris ,

  11. I have just purchased “The Girl Who Kicked The Hornets Nest” in Australia at Big W supermarket for $19.95 [Aus].

    I am enjoying the last in the trilogy and will be very sad when I have finished as there is No more.

    Will always treasure and keep my Stieg Larsson books. What a phenomena he has been.

    Posted by Chez in ~Sunshine Coast~…Australia… ,

  12. Just finished the first two novels and CANNOT BELIEVE that the third is still not available in English – what is that about!!!! I contemplated purchasing of Amazon.co.uk but the exchange and the delivery charges made me think twice.

    Posted by Valerie in Vancouver, BC Canada ,

  13. I bought the Hornet’s Nest on Sunday 4 October in Nelson Bay NSW, finished it last night 9th Oct. Never have I been so captivated by a story line and amazing heroine….

    When can we see the first movie here in Australia?

    I do hope we have more of Steig to come…..a fourth book is mentioned?

    Posted by Liz in Sydney ,

  14. I ordered the English translation from Amazon.UK and had it within a week — then read it in 2 days. There are slight slips in language, but the book is wonderful. I think it’s the best of the three.

    Posted by Chuck in Boston ,

  15. Just finished the ‘Hornet’s Nest’ having gone though other 2 books in order.

    Fantastic read, interesting characters, multi-layered plots all nicely finished off with a stapler (in the foot)!

    Wish there were more to come – better get on with my life now.

    Posted by Jeremy in Glasgow ,

  16. I didnt finish the 3rd book and im alrdy in love with it!!!

    I dont even need 2 noe how things end 2 tell that this is a GREAT book!

    Everything is revealed, everything is crystal clear now, which makes me eager more than ever 2 read the 4th book. Lets just hope his dad finds some mercy in his heart and allow it 2 get published.

    Posted by Salander fanatic in salander ville ,

  17. “The Girl That Kicked the Hornet’s Nest” (English) can be purchased at bookdepository.com for $21.00. No shipping charges.

    Posted by Evocati in Colorado, USA ,

  18. I ordered and received “The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest” from an Amazon seller called the Book Community for about $25 US. Reach them at thebookcommunityusgmail.com It’s a great book! wish there was a fourth!

    Posted by Moosh in Pittsburgh PA ,

  19. I have read the 3 books (English translation) and must say this is the first time I have read all three books in one go (2weeks). If I had to list all the reasons why I liked it, the list would have been too long. I’ve also seen the 1st movie and liked it heaps. Let’s hope Hollywood doesn’t get its hairy hand in it.

    Posted by Dien in Melbourne, Australia ,

  20. I am still having withdrawal symptoms after finishing hornets nest. Would like to know more about the twin sister….it was a bit odd they didnt bring her into the story. Also surprised we didnt have more about Lisbeths father and his background and more about the Section. I reckon Stieg had further plans.

    Posted by marion in glastonbury ,

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