From School Library Journal
Adult/High School–Thomas says that creating the TV show Veronica Mars
saved both his career as a screenwriter and his soul. He had all but given up on the possibility of actually selling a teen detective story to the networks when WB bought it. This collection of essays has a mix of writing styles. From why Veronica lies to why audiences love her on-again, off-again relationship with her boyfriend, each selection serves to enhance both Thomas's thoughts on what makes good TV and to provide literary analysis. Yes, pop culture TV can be analyzed, and very well. Pair this with the DVDs of seasons one and two of the series and you won't need a detective to figure out where the materials are. They'll be checked out.–Mary George, Placer County Library, Auburn, CA
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About the Author
Rob Thomas is the creator and executive producer of the critically acclaimed drama Veronica Mars. He is a former script writer for television shows Dawson's Creek and Space Ghost Coast to Coast and the film Drive Me Crazy. He lives in Los Angeles.