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LOST Identity:  The Characters of LOST by [Moore, Pearson]
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5.0 out of 5 stars Pearson Moore Does It Again 18 Sept. 2011
By A Reader - Published on Amazon.com
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Pearson Moore's two books on LOST (this and LOST Humanity) are simply the best books on the subject. While the show awaits an authoritative encyclopedic interpretation (LOST Encyclopedia simply doesn't count) that considers the show's history, creation, critical and commercial response, and cultural impact, Moore's book on the mythology and characters (primarily the latter) do more to illuminate this highly complex and thought-provoking show than any other work.

Moore is to be commended for writing clearly and authoritatively on a difficult subject. His insights are revelatory and will deepen anyone's understanding of the show. I highly, highly recommend this book and LOST Humanity for any past, present or future LOST viewers.
10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant and highly intellectual follow up! 24 Oct. 2011
By Greg M - Published on Amazon.com
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I am one of those people who came to 'LOST' late. Series 5 was airing when I took the plunge and bought series 1 on blu ray. I had always said I'd 'try' out this 'Gilligan's Island with a large a budget' show I'd heard so much about once it was available in hi-def. Being able to watch 5 seasons back to back, without waiting a whole week between episodes was an enormous advantage - but what I was not prepared for was the incredibly detailed and in-depth stories about the characters (and therefore our own humanity), nor the supernatural elements of the story (no one ever mentioned that to me, just that I 'had to' watch it).

So imagine my genuine thrill when in the very first episode, I was privy to a very new kind of TV show, one that engaged multiple senses in a way I'd never experienced before. Here I was thinking it was some cleverly written (but potentially boring) story about a group of people who crashed on an island trying to get back home. I could never have anticipated the ride (and subsequent personal growth and enlightenment) I had unknowingly strapped myself in for.

This ride made all the better thanks in very large part to Nikki Staffords 'Finding Lost' books and Pearson Moore's two works of sheer brilliance. These books have ensured this ride continues despite the show being over for 18 months now. Moore's writings in particular worked on multiple levels. They appealed to my fandom of the show, as well as helped unlock many of the secrets that made me watch the series over and over again, each time discovering something new and re-experiencing it in a multi-dimensional and highly satisfying way - not just about the characters/themes and mythology of LOST, but more importantly (and perhaps fundamentally) about myself.

The world is a better place thanks to the enormous ensemble that put together what is the most remarkable and thought provoking TV show of all time. I (and no doubt many others) now consider Moore a crucial part of the fabric of that large ensemble. I'm not sure there are many greater compliments that can be bestowed upon someone.

If you think you've gotten all you can from watching the tv show, prepare to be blown away by this well researched, well planned and ultimately, hugely rewarding masterpiece.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Character Exploration 9 Dec. 2011
By Evans - Published on Amazon.com
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Pearson Moore has done it again. In this excellent follow-up to his wonderful Lost Humanity: The Mythology and Themes of Lost, Moore uncovers some great complexity in each of the main characters of Lost (including the Island itself!). As an avid fan who appreciates deep exploration of all the nuance Lost has to offer, I thoroughly enjoyed the read. Well done, sir. Thanks for sharing... and for making it so affordable on the Kindle!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars I loved it! 20 Jun. 2014
By Melissa ORourke - Published on Amazon.com
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I am a lunatic Lost fanatic who basically revolves their spirituality around the themes of Lost. Pearson Moore does a fantastic job dissecting each character of Lost and I highly recommend this book to anyone who is as crazy about Lost as I am!
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5.0 out of 5 stars A detailed analysis of the island dwellers 19 Dec. 2012
By Ricardo - Published on Amazon.com
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This book is the perfect companion for Lost Humanity, the first book on Lost by Pearson Moore. Even if, at first, what brought us into the show was the magnetic attraction of the Island and its mysteries, in the end we stayed because we cared about the characters and their fates. This book carefully and wonderfully deals with the great fictional people with whom we seemed to experience all the frustration, all the excitement, all the awe and wonder that came with the Island experience. The book succeeds brilliantly in reaching a rich, deep vision of the characters, making them seem all the more real, amidst such an extraordinary setting.
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