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Dark Angel: The Eyes Only Dossier

3.49  ·  Rating Details  ·  76 Ratings  ·  5 Reviews
Seattle ca. A.D. 2020 A post-Pulse city crawling with cops on the take, crooks on the make, genetically engineered supersoldiers, and hundreds of thousands of plain folks just hanging on by a thread to the sputtering engine that was once the all-powerful American economy . . .

November 12, 2021: My name is Logan Cale—though whoever finds this material will undoubtedly know
Paperback, 192 pages
Published February 4th 2003 by Del Rey
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James Landrith
Aug 21, 2015 James Landrith rated it liked it
As a huge fan of the show "Dark Angel" and a reader of the 3 book series by Max Allan Collins, this was a must read for me. Those who were not fans of the show will not enjoy this read. I gave it 3 stars based on the disjointed manner in which the information was compiled. I still enjoyed the book, but did not see it as the best effort that could have been offered to fans who missed the show.
Craig Tyler
Jun 19, 2014 Craig Tyler rated it did not like it
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Okay, so I did not watch the television show when it was on, but have seen both seasons on DVD, recently. I like the show. I admit it. The second season was better than the first and I am not sure why it was canceled. So after a brief search of TV "tie-in" material I found this book. A collection of stories and e-mails wrtitten by one of the main characters of the TV show. And sadly, I have to report it was not what I expected. Yes, I thought the idea of the book was clever and thought it might ...more
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Leaping off from the TV show "Dark Angel", the book is a collection of notes, e-mails, memos, news paper clippings, and other files collected by "Eyes Only" about various cases he's working to reveal. Unfortunately, the book raises more new questions than it provides answers to canonical questions from the show. Anyone hoping to find out more about the Dark Angel world will be satisfied, but if you're hoping to find lots of answers, you'll be left frustrated and disappointed.
This is something that would only appeal to a big fan of the show. While I was, I didn't think it actually added much to the story or the world.
Jan 31, 2014 Theresa rated it really liked it
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a case book looking at the story of dark angel and all its imagined story lines
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Dave Stern has written/edited/collaborated on multiple previous works of Star Trek fiction, as well as the New York Times-bestselling biography Crosley. He lives in a creepy old house on a hill in Massachusetts, kept company by his family and a lawn of immense and ever-growing size.
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