Top positive review
A worthwhile companion to the Milennium Trilogy.
on 9 May 2015
This is a fascinating examination of the various themes underlying Stig Larsson's Lisbeth Salander trilogy.
It examines biblical, historical and mythological strands which underpin the novels. Much of it is quite dark and graphic-like the novels- but it makes readers see where Larsson's ideas came from , and understand the aspects of society which troubled him.
Anyone who is a fan of 'Scandi-noir' literature will definitely find this book an interesting read.