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There Are Things I Want You to Know about Stieg Larsson and Me
The intimate, inside story of the life of bestselling author Stieg Larsson, written by his lifelong companion, Eva Gabrielsson.
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"¿Podría rendir Stieg un homenaje más hermoso a las mujeres que el de convertirlas en heroínas de novelas políacas feministas y mostrarlas tal como las veía: libres, valientes y lo bastante fuertes para cambiar el mundo negándose a ser víctimas?"
El mejor libro non-fiction que he leído. Eva Gabrielsson nos muestra en 225 páginas lo que fué su vida por 32 años al lado de Larsson. Los ideales, las creencias, lo que amaba y lo que despreciaba era lo que definía a Stieg
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The last few chapters are dedicated to her unfortunate battles with Larsson's family over his ...more
Given the huge posthumous success of his Millennium trilogy (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, The Girl Who Played with Fire, and The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest), it's not surprising a bitter postscript to Larsson's life has become as gripping as his fiction.
The novels have sold more than 27 million copies worldwide, and have been adapted into successful films in ...more
If you want to learn about Steig Larsson, this is not the book to read. Try Kurdo Baksi's book Stieg Larsson: Our Days in Stockholm, which, while also short, provides more context than this one.
Gabrielsson's book provides backgrou ...more
In the documentary, they paralleled his real life with the characters depicted in his books and it was also a portrait of Swede troublesome past since World War II. Also, we learned that his life partner, Eva Gabrielsson, didn't get anything after h ...more
Apart from that little snippet, what I got from this book was exactly what I was looking for, just some background on the legal dispute between Gabrielsson and Stieg Larsson's father and brother. Perhaps it’s not a strictly neutral accoun ...more