There will never be another Steig Larson and that makes me very sad.
That Stieg Larsson is disgusted by violence done to women the authors tell us he is a "decent" man, "but it doesn't make him a feminist."
The author has a good sense of humour and an indepth knowledge of the publishing trade and Larsson's writing and life.
The book sales Speak for themselves. Read the trilogy. Make sure you cream up well before you start. You may not leave the sun lounger till dusk!Published 3 months ago by Robin Courtney
Did not care for this book but I love Steig Larson and wish his life hadn't been cut short. There will never be another Steig Larson and that makes me very sad. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Catherine Barney
I suppose that if I reread Larson's Millenium Trilogy I may come to a different conclusion now that I have read Jute and McCoy's critique. Read morePublished 13 months ago by tmatsci
There may be more to the Larsson saga than meets the eye, but I don't think this is the definitive work about it. It comes across as vindictive rather than scholarly. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Joe Gaspard
Andre Jute must have a hate session Stieg, i only got to about page 40 & gave up on
I'm not a reader I have only read a couple of books in my life, but read the 3... Read more
From the gossipy tone, the sarcasm and exclamation points I thought junior high girls wrote this book! Read morePublished 16 months ago by Nancy Drew
this book is more about how smart the authors are than anything to do with Stieg Larsson. Couldn't finish it!Published 17 months ago by greenhead
Ok, so a fool and his money are easily parted and I've got my hand up here, yes, I was the fool who bought this book. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Dermott Hayes
My first thought was "sour grapes"
I think electronic books are wonderful now people can choose what they want to read and not be told what to read. Read more