The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Book 1, released on November Starting in , Runberg followed up the series with newer. The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo is a psychological thriller novel by Swedish author and journalist Stieg Larsson (–). From Book 1: The Girl in the Spider's Web, the new book in the Millennium Series , is available now! Murder mystery, family saga, love story, and financial.

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Millennium Series. 6 primary works • 13 total works. Note: Only the first three books are written by Stieg Larsson; later books are written by David Lagercrantz . As you may have heard, Millennium is a series of best-selling and Sadly, Stieg Larsson died in when only three books were completed. Complete order of Millennium books in Publication Order and Chronological Order.

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The Girl Who Lived Twice. The sixth Lisbeth Salander story—the crime-fiction phenomenon that has sold more than 90 million copies worldwide. Read an Excerpt.

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When a sadistic gang leader nicknamed Benito starts to torture Faria, a young Bangladeshi prisoner, Salander finds it impossible not to intervene. But when the two cases start to dovetail, Salander and Blomkvist must join together to fight for justice and their lives.

Soon to be a major motion picture from Sony Pictures Entertainment. Trade paperback movie tie-in edition. A genius hacker who has always been an outsider. A journalist with a penchant for danger. She is Lisbeth Salander, the girl with the dragon tattoo.

He is Mikael Blomkvist, crusading editor of Millennium. One night, Blomkvist receives a call from a source who claims to have been given information vital to the U.

Blomkvist, always on the lookout for a story, reaches out to Salander for help. The duo find themselves working together again—each with their own agenda.


Their search for the truth leads them into an underworld of spies, cybercriminals, and government operatives willing to kill to protect their secrets. In the third volume of the Millennium series, Lisbeth Salander lies in critical condition in a Swedish hospital, a bullet in her head. The Girl Who Played with Fire. Mikael Blomkvist, crusading publisher of the magazine Millennium, has decided to run a story that will expose an extensive sex trafficking operation.

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On the eve of its publication, the two reporters responsible for the article are murdered, and the fingerprints found on the murder weapon belong to his friend, the troubled genius hacker Lisbeth Salander. Meanwhile, Salander herself is drawn into a murderous game of cat and mouse, which forces her to face her dark past.

As the plot unfolds, the reader is able to get some clues of how she has become the asocial person she is today. Her relation to her father and her sexual abuse at the hands of her legal Guardian Nils Bjurman come to the fore as she saves her friend and lover from being hanged by one of the Vangers.

In the prologue, a girl appears captured and tied by an unknown male in a dark room.

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To help herself cope with her capture, the girl recalls a past event where she set another man on fire inside a car. Larsson succeeds to highlight the strength of the character by emphasizing three qualities in her: her photographic memory, her talent as a detective and a hacker, and finally her determination to seek revenge. The unorthodox nature of Salander seems to have abated in the second novel. An improvement in her look she now has most of piercings and tattoos removed, and her clothing habits seem to have altered as well suggests a development in her mentality.

She is more interested to have an active social life, as we see her making new friends. There is a remarkable shift in the narrative voice insofar as the characterization of Salander is concerned. Salander seeks to find out what past events have made her the asocial person she now is, and why in the first place she has come to be under legal guardianship. The twists and turns of the plot establish Salander as the protagonist of the book and impels the reader to rethink his assumptions about her in the first book.

The image of Lisbeth Salander as schizophrenic, psychopath and mentally incompetent is dashed and the reader is introduced to a more complex side of her mind. The perplexing nature of the connection between Salander, violence and crime is still unsolved in this book. The second book was also made in into a movie in directed by Daniel Alfredson.

Conclusion Inspired by redhead Pippi Longstocking, Salander is an intriguing character to study. The reader is presented by many contradicting accounts of her in the novel. The narrative intention to unveil the hidden reservoir of compassion and loyalty in the character continues in the third and final sequel written by Larsson.

It can be assumed that her compassionate and loyal nature would have been developed more in the seven books that Larsson intended to write.

It seems that his untimely death has left a gap not only in the narrative but also in the minds of his readers. One thing is sure, however, Salander is one of the finest creations that populate our fictional world today. In this one, a girl is kidnapped from an exclusive private school in Switzerland and Gabriel Allon is brought on board to find her.Retrieved from " https: Endorsed by Lee Child himself, this is a fantastic book series and is the best recommendation I can give for any fans of Reacher.

Lagercrantz's first novel in the series, The Girl in the Spider's Web , was published in A journalist with a penchant for danger. He is aided by the pierced and tattooed punk prodigy Lisbeth Salander. The reader is easily drawn to the plot, and is able to see the twists and turns of the character as she tries to reconcile her unorthodox demeanor and style with her traumatic past.

The book's original Swedish title was Men Who Hate Women, a label that just about captures the subtlety of the novel's sexual politics.