Les hommes qui n'aimaient pas les femmes

Ancien r dacteur de Mill nium, revue d investigations sociales et conomiques, Mikael Blomkvist est contact par un gros industriel pour relancer une enqu te abandonn e depuis quarante ans Dans le huis clos d une le, la petite ni ce de Henrik Vanger a disparu, probablement assassin e, et quelqu un se fait un malin plaisir de le lui rappeler chacun de ses anniversaires.Ancien r dacteur de Mill nium, revue d investigations sociales et conomiques, Mikael Blomkvist est contact par un gros industriel pour relancer une enqu te abandonn e depuis quarante ans Dans le huis clos d une le, la petite ni ce de Henrik Vanger a disparu, probablement assassin e, et quelqu un se fait un malin plaisir de le lui rappeler chacun de ses anniversaires Second par Lisbeth Salander, jeune femme rebelle et perturb e plac e sous contr le social mais fouineuse hors pair, Mikael Blomkvist, cass par un proc s en diffamation qu il vient de perdre, se plonge sans espoir dans les documnts cent fois examin s, jusqu au jour o une intuition lui fait reprendre un dossier R guli rement bouscul s par de nouvelles informations, suivant les m andres des haines familiales et des scandales financiers lanc s bient t dans le monde des tueurs psychopathes, le journaliste tenace et l corch e vive vont r soudre l affaire des fleurs s ch es et d couvrir ce qu il faudrait peut tre taire A la fin de ce volume, le lecteur se doute qu il rencontrera nouveau les personnages et la revue Millenium Des fils ont t nou s, des portes ouvertes Impatient, haletant, on retrouvera Mikael et sa hargne sous une allure d bonnaire, et Lisbeth avec les zones d ombre qui l entourent, dans Mill nium 2 La fille qui r vait d un bidon d essence et d une allumette Mill nium 3 La Reine dans le palais des courants d air.
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  • Title: Les hommes qui n'aimaient pas les femmes
  • Author: Stieg Larsson
  • ISBN: 9782330004996
  • Page: 335
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    About the Author

    Stieg Larsson

    Stieg Larsson born as Karl Stig Erland Larsson was a Swedish journalist and writer who passed away in 2004.As a journalist and editor of the magazine Expo, Larsson was active in documenting and exposing Swedish extreme right and racist organisations When he died at the age of 50, Larsson left three unpublished thrillers and unfinished manuscripts for The first three books The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, The Girl Who Played With Fire and The Girl Who Kicked the Hornets Nest have since been printed as the Millenium series These books are all bestsellers in Sweden and in several other countries, including the United States and Canada.

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    • Beth F. said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 19:25 PM

      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 predominantly settled and populated by Swedish (and Norwegian) immigrants. So not only are many Minnesota residents of Scandinavian descent, myself included, a lot of our quirky mannerisms and even our accents are commonly attr [...]

    • Brad said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 19:25 PM

      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 red herrings, and the damn Nazi red herring didn't have the usual payoff.7. Too/Two many plots. 8. Too hard on Leviticus. I will answer these in a moment, but first I must declare that I am an unrepentant fan of this book. This is [...]

    • Meredith Holley (Sparrow) said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 19:25 PM

      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 you have it.” “You were an hour later than I thought you’d be! We called the police!” “Oh, that’s pepper spray; I keep it with me just in case.” “I just make sure I get my keys out and check for other w [...]

    • Ivanna S. said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 19:25 PM

      I really don't understand the critical orgasms over this book. 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 register guy asked: "Did one of our employees recommend this?" Um, yeah. And , too. So of course I asked him why. "Oh," he replied, "we've been told to recommend it this week." That should have tipped me off right there: recom [...]

    • Madeline said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 19:25 PM

      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 off whilst simultaneously blowing my mind and rocking my world. (that sounds like either some great song lyrics or a very complicated sexual maneuver. Let's go with the first option.)So, the good stuff: the main s [...]

    • Sarita said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 19:25 PM

      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. this book's for you!I may feel less strongly after a few days, but I am having a hard time believing this book has hit the best-seller lists in multiple countries.**Rant containing Mild Spoilers**Here are my complaints: 1. The entire book sets you up to think that the alleged killing/s were perpetrated by one or more people [...]

    • Tatiana said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 19:25 PM

      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 you, if you don't handle violence against women and children well, skip this novel. It's hard to give a short synopsis of the book. "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" starts off as an investigation of a 40-year old [...]

    • Dan Schwent said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 19:25 PM

      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 closetFor a few years now, I've been avoiding The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. Since so many people told me I just had to read it, many of them non-readers, I assumed it was a lot of over-hyped, dumbed-down crap. Well, [...]

    • Melissa ♥ Dog Lover ♥ Martin said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 19:25 PM

      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 box set of the books that are fan freaking tastic! Although, now I have to switch from dvd to blu-ray! I also have a couple of different copies of the books! Lisbeth Salander is just freaking awesome. She's so bloody sm [...]

    • Kristy said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 19:25 PM

      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.

    • El said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 19:25 PM

      He slapped her hard. Salander opened her eyes wide, but before she could react, he grabbed her by the shoulder and threw her on to the bed. The violence caught her by surprise. When she tried to turn over, he pressed her down on the bed and straddled her.That's just to give you a little taste of what one is dealing with by picking up this book. If you can handle that and the previous x amount of paragraphs and the following x amount of paragraphs, you're golden. If that sort of makes that thing [...]

    • F said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 19:25 PM

      My very first time reading a mystery/detective novel. Loved it.

    • Riku Sayuj said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 19:25 PM

      Larsson takes what seemed at the outset to be a juicy 'locked-island-mystery plot' and turns it first into an insightful family saga and then into a scathing political and social commentary that forces us to think about such a wide variety of themes and aspects that we normally refuse to accept as part of society. It takes an author like Larsson to shove it in our faces in all its stinking ugliness for us to stop turning the blind eye at these atrocities.Do not mistake this for a mere fictional [...]

    • Kelli Marko said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 19:25 PM

      This is really a 1.5 stars. Ok, there was a good mystery during the middle third of the book. THere were alot of characters. There was suspense. AND there was also those first 200+ painful pages of character introduction and back story. That equals 1/3 of the whole book. Who slogged through those first 200 to find out that the mystery picks up? How did this series get so huge?And there was also a plot that revolved around rape, violence, torture, murder and endless degredation of women. My quest [...]

    • Nataliya said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 19:25 PM

      Thanks to the slew of Swedish and Hollywood movies, everyone knows thatThe Girl with the Dragon Tattoo is a story of a kickass hacker Lisbeth Salander who has the eponymous tattoo and a knack for solving decades-old murders. Well, not exactly. Lisbeth is awesome and badass, no doubt there, but this book is so much more than just her story, and focusing solely on that undermines the message Stieg Larsson was sending. The original Swedish title isMen Who Hate Women and it is precisely what the sto [...]

    • Anthony said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 19:25 PM

      Not sure what all the hype was about. The first 1/3 of the book showed promise. Two seperate characters who will soon cross paths. Kind of classic mystery story telling. But then it has some moments of perversity that didn't really need to be in the story. Kind of creepy and weird. I guess there is not a lot to do in Sweden.The second part they are together on an island trying to solve a mystery that was never really engaging. They had to find out what happened to a girl forty years ago. Wow! Ex [...]

    • Manny said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 19:25 PM

      One of the best thrillers I've ever read. Great story, great characters, very intelligent and thoughtful. Writing is nothing special but it doesn't need to be.___________________________________________I finally saw the movie a couple of days ago, and I'm a bit conflicted. On the plus side, it conveys the feel of the book very well, and several of the main characters are excellently realized. I particularly liked Lisbeth, who was just perfect. But they have taken some enormous liberties with the [...]

    • karen said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 19:25 PM

      we are in low-three land here. but at least i am learning things about sweden! for example: ladies in sweden just kind of shrug off sexual abuse! they are rape-teflon! this i am learning from the facts provided at the beginning of chapters, and from various characters' reactions to events. they just brush themselves off and go back to eating sandwiches. yes, that is another thing i learned: the swedes eat sandwiches. exclusively. if you excise every occurrence of the words "coffee" and "sandwich [...]

    • Lyn said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 19:25 PM

      Nordic noir of the highest order and very entertaining. Larsson’s 2005 Swedish publication Män som hatar kvinnor “Men Who Hate Women” was later translated and published in English in 2008 by Steven T. Murray, by that time already an international best-seller.And for good reason.Complicated, intricate, and intelligent, Larsson’s journalistic prose is crisp and logical. Filled with interesting characters, exciting scenes and this just flows very well. Mikael Blomkvist and Lisbeth Salander [...]

    • Diane said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 19:25 PM

      Loved! an interesting,mystery filled and a very thrill-seeking storylinewell written,nice movie also (paperback!)

    • Shannon (Giraffe Days) said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 19:25 PM

      In 1966 sixteen-year-old Harriet Vanger, daughter of the CEO of the large family-run Vanger Corporation, goes missing from her family's island community and is never seen again. Not even a body is found, and her great uncle, Henrik Vanger, has explored every possible lead to discover what happened to his one and only favourite family member.Over the last forty years her disappearance has become Henrik's obsession, and he's positive someone in the family murdered her - but they never found a moti [...]

    • Paul Bryant said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 19:25 PM

      Editorial meeting of Bryant Reviews LtdTopic : book 1, Millennium series- Is everyone here?- We should start anyway.- Okay, well, we have to figure out how to review this damned Dragon Tattoo book. The problem is, everyone and his dog has already reviewed it, and seen the movie. Movies. What’s left to say?- Well, you could say the same thing about Dickens.- All due respect, Larsson is not no Dickens.- True dat.- True dat? Who are you, gangsta-reviewer?- What about the sandwiches and coffee?- ? [...]

    • j said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 19:25 PM

      ode to a dragon-tattooed girlshall i compare thee to a cinematic adaptation of one of my favorite books?thou art more genuine and less mass marketableugh cgi does shake my sense of disbelief,and the movie's adaptation hath all too short a running timemetimes too overemphasized the plot and action sequences,and often the depth of character dimmedd every sequel from prequel's quality declines,by chance, or budgets allowed to expand, untrimmed.but thy entertainment value shall not fadenor be compro [...]

    • Rachel Elizabeth said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 19:25 PM

      I have so many negative thoughts about this book. So here's a list of complaints:a.) Either this was very poorly translated or very poorly written. I've heard arguments for both. Tons of unnecessary details (all the coffee stops!), repetition of things we already know, paragraphs about nothing just petering out. Even at times when I was enjoying the plot, I felt as though I had to fight my way through dull writing.b.) For as dull as it is in most parts, this book is waaaay too over the top in ot [...]

    • La Petite Américaine said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 19:25 PM

      **Dude, I just watched the Swedish film "När mörkret faller" (When Darkness Falls), a crappy movie about violence in Stockholm. But it made me think back to this book, which constantly refers to stats about violence against women in Sweden. Something is seriously up in Sweden. Gives me the creeps even more than Swtizerland.**Wow. 500+ pages and entertaining right up to the last sentence? Lingers in the mind long after the book is finished? Geez. I didn't think it could be done in today's ficti [...]

    • Wealhtheow said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 19:25 PM

      Journalist Mikael Blomkvist is charged with libel and decides to take some time off from his magazine. Instead, he works to find what happened to Harriet Vanger, the young niece of a wealthy CEO. Meanwhile, punky hacker Lisbeth Salander has her own investigations, which presumably eventually have something to do with Blomkvist and the Vanger family. I don't know, because I couldn't bear to finish this. It usually takes me about a day to read a book. It took me an entire month to slog through les [...]

    • Nilesh Kashyap said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 19:25 PM

      A good book that got screwed up due to poor writingKeeping in mind that the only crime/mystery novels I have read are novels by Dan Brown and novels dealing with financial matters are the ones by Jeffrey Archer, on this basis I can say that this book was a cross between their book but not at par with either, inferior to both. The premise of the story is not so simple:Meet Mikael Blomkvist, a journalist of financial sectors, but today his accusations against industrialist Hans-Erik Wennerstrom ar [...]

    • Diane Wallace said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 19:25 PM

      Loved it! an interesting,mystery filled and very thrill-seeking storylinewas well written,nice movie also (paperback!)

    • Anish Kohli said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 19:25 PM

      “Would you like to meet a corporate legend?”“Does he bite?”“Not on Saturdays!”Meet Henrik Vanger. An old business magnate who’s been out of the picture for over two decades and who is obsessed with the disappearance of his beloved niece. It’s been decades and the investigations have turned up zilch. Adding to his misery is a yearly gift on his birthday, just like his Harriet used to give him. Someone seems to be taunting him through the gifts.Harriet Vanger seemed to have dissolv [...]

    • Huda Yahya said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 19:25 PM

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