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Lost Identity: The Characters of Lost

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The characters of LOST come alive as never before in LOST Identity, the second in a series of companion books by always-insightful Pearson Moore. You will see your favorite characters in a new light as Moore illuminates the fascinating connections and conflicts between the most important and beloved survivors of Oceanic Flight 815. What was Vincent's secret role on the ...more
Kindle Edition, 230 pages
Published 2011 by Inukshuk Press
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Brooke
Jun 25, 2013 Brooke rated it it was amazing
This is the best book on LOST I have read. (Not including Nikki Stafford's season guides, which I consider a sort of different animal.) Moore painstakingly breaks down each of the most important characters on the show and analyzes not just the character but the way the character influences the trajectory of the show, the other characters on the show, the themes of the show, and much more. If you are a LOST fan, you should make this book priority reading. Having said that, I will add a VERY minor ...more
Sean
Mar 21, 2016 Sean rated it did not like it
Ugh. I loved the series Lost and wanted a little more of it when I was done watching, so I bought both of Pearson Moore's books. Reading "Lost Identity", however, I'm drowning in self-important drivel that is the sort of writing I'd expect from a high school student asked to write an essay on Lost. It's painful.
Oscar
Aug 25, 2012 Oscar rated it really liked it
Another good collection of essays on Lost.
Kerry Connelly
May 21, 2013 Kerry Connelly rated it liked it
Some great insights however it is a bit far fetched to try and dispel some mythology of Lost - when the program if you are really a true fan and philosopher of the show, actually explains and draws sufficent parallels to certain important branches of the show.
However I must say the author has a very good grasp of symbolism and their are some beautifully drawn pictures of some of the characters.- kudos to the illustrator of them.
Diane
Jan 19, 2014 Diane rated it it was amazing
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If you are a fan of Lost as I am and want to delve deeper than just the surface plot points, Pearson Moore is the man for you. This book as well as his excellent Lost Humanity searches out the hidden clues to deeper meaning behind the many mysteries and fascinating characters. You will have to go back and watch Lost again after you read this book.
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Pearson Moore is the author of "Deneb," the most exciting science fiction epic of the decade. "Deneb" follows dozens of memorable characters thrown into a hostile, alien environment as they scramble to understand the deeply-layered mysteries that control their lives. As they dig into ancient visions and secrets, they discover a web of conspiracies and evil intentions that span 45,000 years of ...more
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