5+ quotes from The Millennium Trilogy by Stieg Larsson

Quotes from The Millennium Trilogy

Stieg Larsson ·  1531 pages

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“She wondered why she, who had such difficulty talking about herself with people of flesh and blood, could blithely reveal her most intimate secrets to a bunch of completely unknown freaks on the Internet.”
― Stieg Larsson, quote from The Millennium Trilogy

“Salander was dressed for the day in a black T-shirt with a picture on it of E.T. with fangs, and the words I AM ALSO AN ALIEN. She had on a black skirt that was frayed at the hem, a worn-out black, mid-length leather jacket, rivet belt, heavy Doc Marten boots, and horizontally striped, green-and-red knee socks. She had put on make-up in a colour scheme that indicated she might be colourblind. In other words, she was exceptionally decked out.”
― Stieg Larsson, quote from The Millennium Trilogy

“I've never had a boy in here," Martin said in a serious voice. "I've never touched another man, as a matter of fact. . . .except for my father. That was my duty.”
― Stieg Larsson, quote from The Millennium Trilogy

“Fantaseó con una cerilla y un bidón de gasolina.”
― Stieg Larsson, quote from The Millennium Trilogy

“Fue así como ocurrió. Lo que antes parecía puro azar adquirió de repente una dimensión diferente.”
― Stieg Larsson, quote from The Millennium Trilogy

About the author

Stieg Larsson
Born place: in Skelleftehamn , Sweden
Born date August 15, 1954
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