- Hardcover: 192 pages
- Publisher: Titan Books (15 Mar. 2013)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1781166099
- ISBN-13: 978-1781166093
- Product Dimensions: 23.5 x 2.8 x 27.9 cm
- Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 297,724 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Fringe - Septembers Notebook Hardcover – 15 Mar 2013
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It s a Fringe fan s dream come true. --SFX Review
Packed with images, details and insights into one of the best TV shows of the last ten years, September s Notebook is a must for any fans of the show. It s a relentlessly smart, detailed, accessible piece of work that isn t just a good companion for Fringe but an indicator of what licensed books can be. --Bleeding Cool
About the Author
Tara Bennett is the author of 300: The Art of the Film and official companions to television's LOST and 24. Paul Terry co-authored the LOST Encyclopedia and was the editor of the official magazines for LOST and Alias. Jeff Pinkner and J.H. Wyman are executive producers, directors, and co-showrunners for Fringe.
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Top Customer Reviews
This is truly dedication. If you're not a book reader, this has plenty of images/physicals inside to keep you more than entertained.
Because of the nature of Fringe and the way it ended, you may have missed an episode, misunderstood a meaning or simply forgotten a character and their important role. This book reminds you with easy-to-understand lingo as well as seeing it from September's point of view.
There are never-seen-before pictures and a tad bit more detail here and there. You get so much in this book like the decryption of the apple, seahorse, frog, flower and hand. As well as posters of Etta, an empty letter, blueprints to the machine and even personal opinions of September. Another great feature is that you get a clear comparison of the characters as timelines and universes change, for example, I didn't notice the significant reduction of Walter's expression for food in the timeline without Peter.
There is A LOT more great content in this book and it's physically strong.
ONLY DOWNSIDE is that in the book, it failed to mention that MassiveDynamic have an official website. I feel not many people knew this and thought with all the little bits of detail they added, they could have included the websites for that multimedia and realistic effect. However this is just a SMALL/NEGOTIABLE downside (more of an improvement suggestion).
Everyone is credited accordingly and I see no reason why every Fringe fan hasn't bought one of these! Worth every £.
Sidenote: If you're one of those people who watch it online and dont really find yourself supporting the show, here is another reason to buy the book! #FightTheFuture
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It's put together and presented in beautiful scrapbook style. Included are insets, removable items, posters. The book edges have navigation tabs coming out like those you case files you normally see on TV. Full marks for presentation.
In terms of content, this book is packed with an amazing amount of information and pictures.
The book covers in detail both the universes and the other timeline. You have Walter's history, stories about Peter's illness that leads to the crossing of the universe, Cortexiphan Trails, Massive Dynamic and their secret projects, Fringe division and all their agents and the cases they have worked on. That's just for the original universe.
In the later sections of the book, it looks at all the differences between the universes and timelines. So you have Walter(nate) and all the Fringe doubles from the alternate universe.
There's a lot to read. It's a good recap as the events are presented in more linear and hence clearer. You'll also get some insight because September's observations can be found in little blue notes all over the book. These are stuff you don't get from just watching the show, and there are many other nuggets of information.
The pictures are great, and there are loads of them. There are the strange symbols from the opening credits, photos of the past Observers caught on camera, characters, news articles, graphics from the other universe, props, the time machine, gory pictures from cases, and more!
It's a pretty comprehensive companion to the show.
All Fringe fans should have this book.
(There are more pictures of the book on my blog. Just visit my Amazon profile for the link.)
you need to buy this!!!!!!!!
It's a masterpiece...a real treat for fans: not be able to take your eyes off !!!
Note: the Notebook deliberately does not expand the mythology of the show so do not buy it if that's what you're after. Christa Faust is currently writing an authorised trilogy of prequel novels, so go and check them out if you want your Fringe broadened (so to speak).
If you want to know more about what went into the making of the book go and listen to the podcast with the authors over at thefringepodcast.com (it's Episode 528).
My only gripe is that I couldn't find a photo anywhere of September himself (other than a shot of his back at the Observers gather round the Statue of Liberty in the closing shot from Season 3) - I didn't go from page to page looking, so I might be wrong; it's just something which struck me after I'd read it. Surely the man himself should have appeared in his own notebook (if onely for Michael C's sake)? Perhaps in the episode-by-episode section right at the very end?
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is fantastic! Got one for my nephew's birthday, loved it, although he can't actual read all of it for now as he's still working through reason 4 of the show! Read morePublished 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
Brilliantly presented. I am glad of this purchase due to the high quality. Hardly looked inside but it is presented brilliantly.Published 9 months ago by Matt
Brilliant Companion to a much missed show.
This book shows true dedication to the fan base and I would recommend this book to any Fringe fan. Read more
Awesome notebook containing every detail of the cases shown upon this amazing series! I wish there were more epeisodes!Published 19 months ago by mythos-7
The perfect accompaniment to the series/boxed set as each episode is explained and the book is more of a file case rather than a book. Money well spent.Published 23 months ago by Brian Jewell
excellent!!! a beautiful book with awesome photos and design. How to know the characters 's life and the story with secret files. A must have!Published 23 months ago by OS9
I didnt expect September to write in 'Times New Roman' in his note book. I would have thought he was a 'comic sans' type of guy.Published 23 months ago by James Glenn
Great book, full of interesting plot elements from the series; all told from September's point of view.Published on 16 Jun. 2015 by Gary Hicks