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Neptune Noir: Unauthorized Investigations into Veronica Mars (Smart Pop) Paperback – 17 May 2007
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About the Author
Rob Thomas is the creator and executive producer of the critically acclaimed drama Veronica Mars. He is a former script writer for television shows Dawson's Creek andSpace Ghost Coast to Coast and the film Drive Me Crazy. He lives in Los Angeles.
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And the book does work on all these levels, whether for fans or lecturers in English or media studies, adding depth and valuable insights into the superb series. It was particularly gratifying to see an entire essay on the subject of cars, though it could have gone further; for VM has a unique language and emphasis on cars that is lacking in most TV: not only the types of cars, but the way people relate to them, and in them.
Reading this book ensures you can enjoy the series even more. I would have appreciated some insight into the Greek/Roman mythology references e.g. Neptune, Triton, Pan, Troy, but maybe that's for another day. We can't have everything.
- Interesting points of discussion from random parts of the Veronica Mars Universe
- Great insights into the creation of Veronica Mars
- A nice variety of essays
- Only covers season 1 and 2
- I would liked to have seen more from Rob Thomas his insight into the creation of Veronica Mars during the first few pages were the highlight for me.
- Lots of different writing styles, some very basic and some highly academic.
Its a good book that any Veronica Mars fan needs to own, but it lacks easily accessibility to the average fan (perhaps the flaw of the TV show also), treat it as a collection of grade A+ essays about Veronica and the city of Neptune and you wont go wrong.
I recommend that you get this book if you love Veronica Mars and are clever. Of course, if you love Veronica Mars you already are clever!