In Wanting to Believe, acclaimed science-fiction writer Robert Shearman critiques and examines the whole of the X-Files universe, including the spin-off series Millennium and The Lone Gunmen. As such, this is one of — if not the only — guide of its kind to cover all 13 seasons of this extremely popular property. With this unauthorized guidebook, X-Files fans will be able to reevaluate these TV ser...
Paperback: 304 pages
Publisher: Mad Norwegian Press (August 10, 2009)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.6 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 285631
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The author of this book presents his assessments of every episode of "The X-Files", "Millennium" and "The Lone Gunmen". His reviews are honest and unbiased as he has no affiliation with 20th Century Fox.He does seem to go against a lot of the popula...
earman (World Fantasy Award winner, Hugo Award nominee, renowned playwright, writer on the new Doctor Who series and all-around nice guy) as he diligently comments upon all 282 X-Files-related episodes (and the two motion pictures), which form one of the most notable TV works of the 1990s — and is every bit as enjoyable today. Armed with Wanting to Believe, you will not only find yourself mulling over Shearman’s insights and opinions about The X-Files — you will want to pull your DVDs and re-watch this amazing and impressive series for yourself.