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Fringe - The Zodiac Paradox (Novel #1) Mass Market Paperback – May 14, 2013
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“An exciting book for Fringe fans, packed with new information and new character development.” – Fruitless Pursuits
“Walter is a likeable character on the show, and it was good to see his trademark eccentricity translated well into the book.” – Fiction Addict
About the Author
Christa Faust has written tie-ins to Friday the 13th, A Nightmare on Elm Street and The Twilight Zone amongst others. Her most recent novel Money Shot for Hard Case Crime won the Crimespree Award and was nominated for several others — a sequel is forthcoming. She lives in Los Angeles, California, and loves vintage shoes and noir cinema.
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As a novel it can be easily read by Fringers, newbies, and someone who has never seen the show before (it doesn't demand inside knowledge) which is kind of nice and it deals with a relatively well known topic - The Zodiac Killer. Granted, it's a fictional account of his horrific crimes it does make for a fascinating read and holds your interest long after you have been brought in on the "fringe event."
The only real downside to the novel is the drug related content, but if you don't mind that and have seen the series (Walter was always on something) it won't bother you too much. This is more of a warning for curious parties who want to let someone under the age of sixteen or seventeen read this than anything else.
In conclusion, I am excited to read the next two in the series - The Burning Man (Olivia-centric) and Sins of the Father (Peter-centric) and discover even more about the mysterious events that lead up to the first episode of the series and what lurks behind the shadows.
Normally, Ms. Faust doesn't truly interest me, after the Supernatural Novel she made was more or less ignoring Sammy.