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Finding Lost - Season Six

The Unofficial Guide

Nikki Stafford

304 pages
Ecw Press

“Nikki Stafford is a godsend to Lost enthusiasts in particular and TV lovers in general. I’ve written about TV for several years, and have always valued her opinion and insights on all things television.” — Amanda Cuda, Connecticut Post

Author Nikki Stafford has established herself in the Lost fandom through her comprehensive episode analysis, which have helped thousands of viewers watch the show with a deeper understanding season after season. This final installment of the Finding Lost series ties together all of the pieces from season one to the end, showing the beginnings of each plot line and tracing its development throughout the series.

This season six book includes analyses on the war between good and evil and how it’s been epitomized in the black and white themes, and will provide possible explanations for many of the questions that have remained remain unanswered at the end of the series. The book will be filled with sidebars offering summaries for many of the show’s ongoing mysteries, and chapters on the show’s literary precursors, Stephen King’s The Stand and Milton’s Paradise Lost. Stafford takes an in-depth look at the alternate timeline offered in the show’s final season and compare it to the original timeline that played out in the first five seasons. Including exclusive behind-the-scenes photos of the filming of the season six episodes on location in Hawaii, Finding Lost: Season 6 is the only book Lost fans will need when the screen goes dark (or light) one final time.

Author Bio
Nikki Stafford? is the author of the acclaimed Finding Lost series of books, complete analytical episode companion guides to every episode of the series. Newsday has referred to Nikki as “one of the show’s leading scholars,” Entertainment Weekly called Nikki a “top-notch” Lost blogger, and superfan DocArzt wrote, “The Finding Lost series is quite simply the best resource for fans.” She has also written companion guides to Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Alias, Angel, and Xena: Warrior Princess. Nikki blogs regularly on her site, Nik at Nite and has conducted a complete Lost rewatch at lost-rewatch.blogspot.com. She lives in Toronto, Ontario.