Reviewed: Trade paperback
it at Amazon
Nonfiction / Entertainment
By Nikki Stafford
and Robyn Burnett
is a great show but can be confusing at times. Have you ever wondered
what was going on or why Sydney is heading off on yet another mission?
If so, this book is for you. When Alias started in 2001, it was
an instant hit. Jennifer Garner plays Sydney Bristow, an undercover
agent with the CIA. From there, Sydney goes on missions to protect
and serve. This book is great because it discusses every episode,
complete with mistakes, interesting facts and much more. Also included
in the book are biographies of all the core characters, behind the
scenes information, lists of the best Alias websites and many other
things that will interest any true Alias fan.
Alias is well written and obviously put together with care.
As an avid watcher, I didn't think that I had missed anything but
Stafford and Burnett put me to shame. They caught on to aspects
of the show that I never picked up on. Stafford and Burnett make
every tidbit extremely interesting and this book increases my interest
in the show. This is one of the best guides to a television show
that I have ever read.