- Taschenbuch: 293 Seiten
- Verlag: Sourcebooks Inc (31. Mai 2006)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 1402207263
- ISBN-13: 978-1402207266
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 14 x 2,2 x 21,6 cm
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Unlocking the Meaning of Lost: An Unauthorized Guide: The Unauthorized Guide (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 1. April 2006
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This title takes you inside the philosophies and themes of the hit show, "Lost". Rarely has a cult TV show reached the level of "Lost": an average of 15,000,000 viewers per week, and 12 Emmy nominations in its first year, including a win for Best Drama. Through it all, "Lost" has retained the core elements of a quality cult show: excellent writing, deep themes, and plot twists that keep its fans loyal, talking and guessing. "Lost World" is the first book to explore the philosophies and themes of the hit show. It serves as both a guide to the mysteries, as well as an analysis of the issues that the characters face, and how these issues reflect our life and society. The topics include: Second Chances, The Nature of Faith, Facing Fear and Loss, and Finding One's True Path.
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The trouble with this book, "Unlocking the meaning of Lost" is useful only to those people who are seeing the series for the first time and have taken a brief hiatus after season two. Anyone who has seen the entire series will see that the book played into the hands of the show's creators. The ending of this series caught everyone by surprise. Even those who hated it felt it a cop out, felt so because the ending was a surprise that no one anticipated. Absolutely no one was indifferent.
Sure, I guessed the big secret during the first season. As mystery's came up we all went mad trying to make sense of it when, in the end, these things were so very unimportant. The mystery's and events that occurred were a result of individual lessons that each character had to survive in order to come to peace. All of the events- even the all out war and the nuclear bomb- were there for the purpose of finding peace and preparing these people for what is next.
A Spoiler alert is not necessary because I have not disclosed anything. You need to take this journey on your own and after you see season one and two, you may amuse yourself in the washroom with "Understanding the Meaning of Lost", which is an unauthorized book. The necessity of "LOST" is th4e discussions you have with the people around you in between episodes. Clearly Lindelof and Abrams wanted this, based on the way in which they neatly brought the series to an end. It is likely that this is the first TV Show in history to have mapped out the entire series before filing the pilo9t- a piece that could stand on it';s own as a motion picture. But you really do not need this book. Watch it with a friend and the discussions you will have will be far more introspective than this book.