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Description - Lost Ate My Life by Jon Lachonis

Lost ate my life!' is the collective cry from the hardened fanbase of this massively popular TV series. Split into two halves, this digest of the show demonstrates, first, how it was the first show to combine the artists and patrons of the programme by sponsoring the largest independent discussion forum in history; and second, an examination of the plot itself interwoven with the story of the fandom. Begs the question, 'What is it about Lost that so captures the imagination?' This is a tour de force look into a truly tour de force show.'

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781550228472
ISBN-10: 1550228471
Format: Paperback
(254mm x 177mm x 13mm)
Pages: 201
Imprint: ECW Press,Canada
Publisher: ECW Press,Canada
Publish Date: 12-Feb-2008
Country of Publication: Canada

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Author Biography - Jon Lachonis

Jon Lachonis is best known for his work analyzing the nebulous world of ABC's "Lost." His writing has been featured on,,, "The California Chronicle "online, and the "Seattle Post-Intelligencer." He lives in Maine. Amy Johnston is a writer and part-time webmistress who runs a number of fandom-oriented blogs, including The Evil Puppet Masters, and an official fansite for "Lost" executive producer Bryan Burk. Javier Grillo-Marxuach is an award-winning writer and producer of television, movies, comic books, and interactive media. He is a former writer and supervising producer for "Lost," whose writing and production credits for television include "Charmed," "The Chronicle, "Jake 2.0, """Medium," "The Pretender," and "Seaquest. "He lives in Los Angeles.