The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (Millennium #1)

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (Millennium #1)

A spellbinding amalgam of murder mystery, family saga, love story and financial intrigue. A Sensational #1 Bestseller ? Now a Major Motion Picture In Theaters March 2010. A spellbinding amalgam of murder mystery, family saga, love story, and financial intrigue. It?s about the disappearance forty years ago of Harriet Vanger, a young scion of one of the wealthiest families in S A spellbinding amalgam of murder mystery, family saga, love story and financial intrigue. A Sensationa...

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Title:The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (Millennium #1)
Author:Stieg Larsson
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Genres:Fiction
ISBN:Män som hatar kvinnor
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:465 pages pages

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (Millennium #1) Reviews

  • Sarita
    Sep 30, 2008

    Swedish people are nuts! I realize that?s a bit of a broad generalization and it sounds a bit rude, but I don?t care. Because more often than not, I?m nuts too. I was born and raised in Minnesota, and if you know our state history, you?re already aware that we were predomina...

    I've heard and read many complaints about Stieg Larsson's The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo: 1. It's misogynistic. 2. It's packed with cliché. 3. It's too convoluted. 4. It's too disturbing. 5. Lisbeth wasn't autistic enough or was foolishly autistic. 6. There were too many re...

    Women are raised to routinely fear rape. ?If you go at night, take a friend.? ?Check under the car and in your backseat before you get in.? ?I?m just saying it?s a good idea to know where the exits are.? ?I got you this whistle for your keychain, you know, just so ...

    I really don't understand the critical orgasms over this book. Amazon pushed it on me for weeks, and the minute I stepped into Borders an employee ran over and recommended it. Thinking, this really better be the best book I've ever read, I took it up to the checkstand, where the regist...

    After having leaped onto the bandwagon with the rest of everyone, I feel a certain amount of pretentious indie pride saying that I wasn't as awed by this book as everyone else apparently was. Which is not to say that the book wasn't enjoyable and exciting; it just didn't knock my socks...

    Hey, kids, if you like books in which the only major descriptive moments happen during sexual torture scenes, where major characters lack motive, and where the red herrings...stink ... this book's for you! I may feel less strongly after a few days, but I am having a hard time believ...

  • Madeline
    Dec 26, 2009

    Swedish people are nuts! I realize that?s a bit of a broad generalization and it sounds a bit rude, but I don?t care. Because more often than not, I?m nuts too. I was born and raised in Minnesota, and if you know our state history, you?re already aware that we were predomina...

    I've heard and read many complaints about Stieg Larsson's The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo: 1. It's misogynistic. 2. It's packed with cliché. 3. It's too convoluted. 4. It's too disturbing. 5. Lisbeth wasn't autistic enough or was foolishly autistic. 6. There were too many re...

    Women are raised to routinely fear rape. ?If you go at night, take a friend.? ?Check under the car and in your backseat before you get in.? ?I?m just saying it?s a good idea to know where the exits are.? ?I got you this whistle for your keychain, you know, just so ...

    I really don't understand the critical orgasms over this book. Amazon pushed it on me for weeks, and the minute I stepped into Borders an employee ran over and recommended it. Thinking, this really better be the best book I've ever read, I took it up to the checkstand, where the regist...

    After having leaped onto the bandwagon with the rest of everyone, I feel a certain amount of pretentious indie pride saying that I wasn't as awed by this book as everyone else apparently was. Which is not to say that the book wasn't enjoyable and exciting; it just didn't knock my socks...

  • Dan Schwent
    Feb 15, 2012

    Swedish people are nuts! I realize that?s a bit of a broad generalization and it sounds a bit rude, but I don?t care. Because more often than not, I?m nuts too. I was born and raised in Minnesota, and if you know our state history, you?re already aware that we were predomina...

    I've heard and read many complaints about Stieg Larsson's The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo: 1. It's misogynistic. 2. It's packed with cliché. 3. It's too convoluted. 4. It's too disturbing. 5. Lisbeth wasn't autistic enough or was foolishly autistic. 6. There were too many re...

    Women are raised to routinely fear rape. ?If you go at night, take a friend.? ?Check under the car and in your backseat before you get in.? ?I?m just saying it?s a good idea to know where the exits are.? ?I got you this whistle for your keychain, you know, just so ...

    I really don't understand the critical orgasms over this book. Amazon pushed it on me for weeks, and the minute I stepped into Borders an employee ran over and recommended it. Thinking, this really better be the best book I've ever read, I took it up to the checkstand, where the regist...

    After having leaped onto the bandwagon with the rest of everyone, I feel a certain amount of pretentious indie pride saying that I wasn't as awed by this book as everyone else apparently was. Which is not to say that the book wasn't enjoyable and exciting; it just didn't knock my socks...

    Hey, kids, if you like books in which the only major descriptive moments happen during sexual torture scenes, where major characters lack motive, and where the red herrings...stink ... this book's for you! I may feel less strongly after a few days, but I am having a hard time believ...

    The original Swedish title of this book is "Men Who Hate Women." If you ask me, it suits this story much better than catchier but less relevant "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo," because it is in fact about men doing all kinds of horrid things to women. So here is the first warning to ...

    Disgraced journalist Mikael Blomkvist is hired to solve the decades-old murder of Harriet Vanger, member of one of the wealthiest families in Sweden. Aided by a tattooed, antisocial hacker named Lisabeth Salander, Blomkvist unearths horrible skeletons lurking in the Vanger family close...

  • Brad
    Aug 11, 2009

    Swedish people are nuts! I realize that?s a bit of a broad generalization and it sounds a bit rude, but I don?t care. Because more often than not, I?m nuts too. I was born and raised in Minnesota, and if you know our state history, you?re already aware that we were predomina...

    I've heard and read many complaints about Stieg Larsson's The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo: 1. It's misogynistic. 2. It's packed with cliché. 3. It's too convoluted. 4. It's too disturbing. 5. Lisbeth wasn't autistic enough or was foolishly autistic. 6. There were too many re...

  • Ivanna S.
    Jul 12, 2009

    Swedish people are nuts! I realize that?s a bit of a broad generalization and it sounds a bit rude, but I don?t care. Because more often than not, I?m nuts too. I was born and raised in Minnesota, and if you know our state history, you?re already aware that we were predomina...

    I've heard and read many complaints about Stieg Larsson's The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo: 1. It's misogynistic. 2. It's packed with cliché. 3. It's too convoluted. 4. It's too disturbing. 5. Lisbeth wasn't autistic enough or was foolishly autistic. 6. There were too many re...

    Women are raised to routinely fear rape. ?If you go at night, take a friend.? ?Check under the car and in your backseat before you get in.? ?I?m just saying it?s a good idea to know where the exits are.? ?I got you this whistle for your keychain, you know, just so ...

    I really don't understand the critical orgasms over this book. Amazon pushed it on me for weeks, and the minute I stepped into Borders an employee ran over and recommended it. Thinking, this really better be the best book I've ever read, I took it up to the checkstand, where the regist...

  • Kristy
    Nov 13, 2008

    Swedish people are nuts! I realize that?s a bit of a broad generalization and it sounds a bit rude, but I don?t care. Because more often than not, I?m nuts too. I was born and raised in Minnesota, and if you know our state history, you?re already aware that we were predomina...

    I've heard and read many complaints about Stieg Larsson's The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo: 1. It's misogynistic. 2. It's packed with cliché. 3. It's too convoluted. 4. It's too disturbing. 5. Lisbeth wasn't autistic enough or was foolishly autistic. 6. There were too many re...

    Women are raised to routinely fear rape. ?If you go at night, take a friend.? ?Check under the car and in your backseat before you get in.? ?I?m just saying it?s a good idea to know where the exits are.? ?I got you this whistle for your keychain, you know, just so ...

    I really don't understand the critical orgasms over this book. Amazon pushed it on me for weeks, and the minute I stepped into Borders an employee ran over and recommended it. Thinking, this really better be the best book I've ever read, I took it up to the checkstand, where the regist...

    After having leaped onto the bandwagon with the rest of everyone, I feel a certain amount of pretentious indie pride saying that I wasn't as awed by this book as everyone else apparently was. Which is not to say that the book wasn't enjoyable and exciting; it just didn't knock my socks...

    Hey, kids, if you like books in which the only major descriptive moments happen during sexual torture scenes, where major characters lack motive, and where the red herrings...stink ... this book's for you! I may feel less strongly after a few days, but I am having a hard time believ...

    The original Swedish title of this book is "Men Who Hate Women." If you ask me, it suits this story much better than catchier but less relevant "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo," because it is in fact about men doing all kinds of horrid things to women. So here is the first warning to ...

    Disgraced journalist Mikael Blomkvist is hired to solve the decades-old murder of Harriet Vanger, member of one of the wealthiest families in Sweden. Aided by a tattooed, antisocial hacker named Lisabeth Salander, Blomkvist unearths horrible skeletons lurking in the Vanger family close...

    I re-read this book by audio and even though the narrator was good, he didn't do a good job on Lisbeth's voice. I wish that Noomi Rapace would have done her own voice. That would have been awesome. So, I have been a fan of this series for quite some time. I have the movie trilogy b...

    I HATED this book. I don't understand all of the good reviews that are coming in on it. I hated the characters, the plot was thin - ugh. I can't believe I read the whole thing. ...

  • Meredith
    Sep 24, 2009

    Swedish people are nuts! I realize that?s a bit of a broad generalization and it sounds a bit rude, but I don?t care. Because more often than not, I?m nuts too. I was born and raised in Minnesota, and if you know our state history, you?re already aware that we were predomina...

    I've heard and read many complaints about Stieg Larsson's The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo: 1. It's misogynistic. 2. It's packed with cliché. 3. It's too convoluted. 4. It's too disturbing. 5. Lisbeth wasn't autistic enough or was foolishly autistic. 6. There were too many re...

    Women are raised to routinely fear rape. ?If you go at night, take a friend.? ?Check under the car and in your backseat before you get in.? ?I?m just saying it?s a good idea to know where the exits are.? ?I got you this whistle for your keychain, you know, just so ...

  • Beth F.
    Aug 07, 2009

    Swedish people are nuts! I realize that?s a bit of a broad generalization and it sounds a bit rude, but I don?t care. Because more often than not, I?m nuts too. I was born and raised in Minnesota, and if you know our state history, you?re already aware that we were predomina...

  • Tatiana
    Apr 30, 2009

    Swedish people are nuts! I realize that?s a bit of a broad generalization and it sounds a bit rude, but I don?t care. Because more often than not, I?m nuts too. I was born and raised in Minnesota, and if you know our state history, you?re already aware that we were predomina...

    I've heard and read many complaints about Stieg Larsson's The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo: 1. It's misogynistic. 2. It's packed with cliché. 3. It's too convoluted. 4. It's too disturbing. 5. Lisbeth wasn't autistic enough or was foolishly autistic. 6. There were too many re...

    Women are raised to routinely fear rape. ?If you go at night, take a friend.? ?Check under the car and in your backseat before you get in.? ?I?m just saying it?s a good idea to know where the exits are.? ?I got you this whistle for your keychain, you know, just so ...

    I really don't understand the critical orgasms over this book. Amazon pushed it on me for weeks, and the minute I stepped into Borders an employee ran over and recommended it. Thinking, this really better be the best book I've ever read, I took it up to the checkstand, where the regist...

    After having leaped onto the bandwagon with the rest of everyone, I feel a certain amount of pretentious indie pride saying that I wasn't as awed by this book as everyone else apparently was. Which is not to say that the book wasn't enjoyable and exciting; it just didn't knock my socks...

    Hey, kids, if you like books in which the only major descriptive moments happen during sexual torture scenes, where major characters lack motive, and where the red herrings...stink ... this book's for you! I may feel less strongly after a few days, but I am having a hard time believ...

    The original Swedish title of this book is "Men Who Hate Women." If you ask me, it suits this story much better than catchier but less relevant "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo," because it is in fact about men doing all kinds of horrid things to women. So here is the first warning to ...

  • Melissa ♥ Dog Lover ♥ Martin
    Feb 13, 2013

    Swedish people are nuts! I realize that?s a bit of a broad generalization and it sounds a bit rude, but I don?t care. Because more often than not, I?m nuts too. I was born and raised in Minnesota, and if you know our state history, you?re already aware that we were predomina...

    I've heard and read many complaints about Stieg Larsson's The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo: 1. It's misogynistic. 2. It's packed with cliché. 3. It's too convoluted. 4. It's too disturbing. 5. Lisbeth wasn't autistic enough or was foolishly autistic. 6. There were too many re...

    Women are raised to routinely fear rape. ?If you go at night, take a friend.? ?Check under the car and in your backseat before you get in.? ?I?m just saying it?s a good idea to know where the exits are.? ?I got you this whistle for your keychain, you know, just so ...

    I really don't understand the critical orgasms over this book. Amazon pushed it on me for weeks, and the minute I stepped into Borders an employee ran over and recommended it. Thinking, this really better be the best book I've ever read, I took it up to the checkstand, where the regist...

    After having leaped onto the bandwagon with the rest of everyone, I feel a certain amount of pretentious indie pride saying that I wasn't as awed by this book as everyone else apparently was. Which is not to say that the book wasn't enjoyable and exciting; it just didn't knock my socks...

    Hey, kids, if you like books in which the only major descriptive moments happen during sexual torture scenes, where major characters lack motive, and where the red herrings...stink ... this book's for you! I may feel less strongly after a few days, but I am having a hard time believ...

    The original Swedish title of this book is "Men Who Hate Women." If you ask me, it suits this story much better than catchier but less relevant "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo," because it is in fact about men doing all kinds of horrid things to women. So here is the first warning to ...

    Disgraced journalist Mikael Blomkvist is hired to solve the decades-old murder of Harriet Vanger, member of one of the wealthiest families in Sweden. Aided by a tattooed, antisocial hacker named Lisabeth Salander, Blomkvist unearths horrible skeletons lurking in the Vanger family close...

    I re-read this book by audio and even though the narrator was good, he didn't do a good job on Lisbeth's voice. I wish that Noomi Rapace would have done her own voice. That would have been awesome. So, I have been a fan of this series for quite some time. I have the movie trilogy b...