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X-Files: Secret Agendas
The truth is still out there! FBI Special Agents Dana Scully and Fox Mulder go hunting in the shadows for dangerous truths in this new collection of original never-before-published tales of the X-Files. Edited by NY Times bestseller Jonathan Maberry and featuring heart-stopping stories by some of today s hottest writers of mystery, thriller, science fiction, and horror." ...more
Paperback, 360 pages
Published October 18th 2016 by IDW Publishing
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Jun 09, 2019 Niki rated it really liked it
Some stories were great. Some didn't make sense for the time period they were in. The last one was set in 2002 which was after season 9 so it didn't make sense that they were still FBI agents. And there were a few that were out of character (especially the one from Scully's POV.) But the others were all great. ...more
Great collection of short stories for people who love the show. Even with many different authors contributing, Mulder and Scully are just as dynamic on the page as they are on the screen. A few of the side characters felt a bit off, and some of the stories didn't feel like an episode of x-files, but overall its worth a read. ...more
Jan 26, 2017 Jenette rated it liked it
It took me a while to listen to this one because it was a mix of hit and miss. Some of the stories I found really engaging and others just didn't quite hit the right note. For the most part, I enjoyed another chance to explore the X-Files universe, Mulder and Scully hitting the right notes for their characters, if only occasionally slipping out of character, but while they felt right supporting characters such as Skinner, Cigarette Smoking Man and Gibson just didn't quite sit right with the char ...more
A little bit about my background... I've always been a closet-writer. As a kid, I lived for the opportunity to write short stories. I was the editor of my high school newspaper for a while (the Valor Dictus, Robinson High School, class of 1975), until I quit ("You can't fire me! I quit!") over a lofty First Amendment issue that seemed very important at the time. My goal, in fact, was to become a j ...more
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