The Girl Who Lived Twice: A Lisbeth Salander novel, continuing Stieg Larsson's Millennium Series (Paperback)
Other Books in Series
- #4: The Girl in the Spider's Web (Millennium Series #4) (Paperback): $9.99
- #5: The Girl Who Takes an Eye for an Eye: A Lisbeth Salander novel, continuing Stieg Larsson's Millennium Series (Hardcover): $27.95
- #6: The Girl Who Lived Twice: A Lisbeth Salander novel, continuing Stieg Larsson's Millennium Series (Large Print / Paperback): $30.00
The sixth Lisbeth Salander story in the Millennium Series--the crime-fiction phenomenon that has sold more than 90 million copies worldwide.
When Mikael Blomkvist needs to identify a man who died with his phone number in his pocket and whose last words spelled danger for important people, there’s only one person who can help: Lisbeth Salander—the fierce, unstoppable girl with the dragon tattoo. But Lisbeth has vanished. She’s sold her apartment in Stockholm. She’s gone dark. No one knows where she is, and no one is aware that at long last she’s got her primal enemy, her twin sister Camilla, squarely in her sights. In the end, it will be Blomkvist—in a moment of unimaginable self-sacrifice—who will make it possible for Lisbeth to face the most important battle of her life and, finally, to put her past to rest.
About the Author
DAVID LAGERCRANTZ is an acclaimed Swedish author and journalist. He is the author of three books in the Millennium series: The Girl who in the Spider’s Web, The Girl Who Takes an Eye for an Eye, and The Girl Who Lived Twice. He is the coauthor of numerous biographies (including the internationally best-selling memoir I Am Zlatan Ibrahimovic) and the acclaimed novel Fall of Man in Wilmslow, on the death and life of Alan Turing.
“A murder mystery inside an espionage conspiracy wrapped in an action thriller—a unique concoction that should leave Salander’s legion of followers clamoring for more.”
—The Wall Street Journal
"A quest for revenge and atonement that plumbs the depths of Russian troll factories and scales the heights of Mount Everest."
“This reviewer found it hard to stop reading, day and night.”
—Repps Hudson, St. Louis Post-Dispatch
“Suspenseful. . . . Fascinating.”—Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
“An addicting read that will be more than satisfying to fans of the series and those encountering it for the first time.”
“The Girl Who Lived Twice delivers a suspenseful story, offering some welcome escapism.”
—The National Book Review