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“A must-buy for Fringe fans.” – Retrenders

“A very quick, fun read that adds to the richness of the Fringe world. Five Out of Five
Stars.” – SciFi Mafia 
“I strongly recommend this novel on the basis that we get to learn more of what made Olivia Dunham into the compelling character that “Fringe” fans know.” – Immersions Online 

“Faust is a good writer. She develops the characters nicely, uses good pacing, and has a plot full of action.” – Fiction Addict 

"One of the best supernatural stories I’ve read since Stephen King’s Joyland." - Atomic Moo


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The critically acclaimed Fringe television series explores the dramatic and grotesque as impossible crimes are investigated by the government's shadowy Fringe Division, established when Special Agent Olivia Dunham enlisted institutionalized "fringe" scientist Walter Bishop and his globe-trotting son, Peter, to help in investigations that defy all human logic - and the laws of nature.

Author Christa Faust (Choke Hold, Supernatural) is working hand-in-hand with the television writers to create new adventures uncovering the secrets of the series. The first novel revealed how Walter Bishop and William Bell discovered the drug Cortexiphan--and the alternate universe! Book two will explore how Olivia Dunham first was subjected to Cortexiphan experiments, with catastrophic results.

Faust has been given unprecedented access to stories that have not been told on-screen, but weave directly into the series canon, much as Joss Whedon's Buffy graphic novels continue that series' official storyline.

Copyright © 2013 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. FRINGE and all related characters and elements are trademarks of and © Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

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Doesn't Quite Fit the FRINGE World 12 août 2013
Par R. Silver - Publié sur
Format: Poche
I'm a huge fan of the series Fringe and I would imagine anyone buying a Fringe novel would be too. A casual viewer isn't likely to pickup a novel for a television series that ended and for that reason I was disappointed by the characterizations and storyline that didn't fit the series. Had the novel been written with original characters and offered it's own story without the use of putting Fringe on the title, then perhaps it would be a three star book. It was okay reading, the pacing at times was a little off but I did finish the book.

I pre-ordered the kindle edition and started reading it the first night it was released. From the very beginning of the novel, it's evident that the story will not follow the character of Olivia Dunham that we know from on screen. I recognize there were some errors (Olivia's mothers name) which a copy editor or beta reader that follows Fringe would have easily picked up on. There were bigger inconsistencies as well: Olivia being a sharp shooter (which would be alternate Olivia's personality), Olivia having the use of her abilities throughout her childhood, Olivia having no family (she had an aunt that she was sent to live with and an uncle that was mentioned in the Pilot episode) and being sent straight to boarding school from a scholarship she didn't apply for (I would have been okay w/this detail had it incorporated her aunt that she did live with). Most of these items were mentioned within the first 20 percent of the book. It's a lot thrown at you at once.

As for the plot of the story, there were moments that I cringed, thought grotesque and that I wouldn't let anyone under sixteen read. I wish we would have read about Nina Sharp being at the facility that Olivia was eventually "taken" too. Even if she wouldn't have been introduced directly to Olivia, it would have fit the story. The same for the epilogue with an agent that we don't know. An introduction to Charlie Francis would have been both nice and appropriate. Instead it was an agent that as far as I can tell, didn't exist in Fringe (albeit later she is introduced in the second epilogue to John Scott).
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This is not worth your money or your time. 6 août 2013
Par Wikiaddicted723 - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle
This book is a bad joke to all those of us who seek to learn more of the backstory of the characters from the show. Of poor taste and worse execution. The characterization and plot are so far off the mark that this person may as well have been writing the events happening in another, entirely new alternate universe that we were not introduced to on the show. If that was the point of the book, the blurb failed to mention it. I sincerely doubt the author has ever watched the show.
Tie-ins, by their very nature, are rarely, if ever, exceptionally good, but this fails in every respect. There is no continuity from this to the events depicted on the show, the ages are off, and some of the names are not right. It contradicts character details that were explicitly stated as core characteristics or values of the people on screen.
Overall, this does not deserve a cent from your pocket nor a minute of your time. It will only leave a bad taste in your mouth
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I stopped reading halfway through... 31 octobre 2013
Par Ficwriter1966 - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I'll preface this by saying I very much enjoyed Christa Faust's "Supernatural" tie-in novel - I thought it was entertaining and fun, and captured the characters very well. I also enjoyed her first entry in the "Fringe" run of tie-ins - again, fun and entertaining, and it kept me wondering how young Walter, Belly and Nina would find their way out of their predicament.

But this book?

I tried my best to finish it, largely because I'd paid $6.39 for it. But by the time I'd reached the halfway point, reading it had turned into an endurance contest. The character the book focuses on is Olivia Dunham only because the author says she is. I honestly couldn't connect with her, sympathize with her, or root for her. Beyond that - I can't read as entertainment something that involves a psychopath tormenting and torturing a young teen girl. So I stopped reading, and moved the book to the "Done" file on my Kindle.

When I saw the first Fringe book in the bookstore, I was excited at the prospect of more Fringe stories, now that the series has gone off the air. Now, I'm not at all sure I'll be buying the third book. If you're a serious Fringe fan, looking for a story that will excite and enthrall you the way the series did... this isn't it. Try the first one, or wait for the third. Give this one a "pass."
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Character Driven 23 juin 2014
Par Night Owl Reviews - Publié sur
Format: Poche
The Burning Man is the second novel about the Fringe television series by Christa Faust. As a huge fan of the show, it’s great to find books that will continue your cravings to stay on a journey with your favorite characters. This book focuses on the younger life of Olivia Dunham, pre-Fringe Division, and shares her personal struggles with her family life and the side effects of the Cortexiphan experiments.

Christa took a slice of Olivia’s life, used it as a launching pad, and ran with it to create a very compelling story of Olivia’s childhood. I applause her for developing the relationship with her sister, Rachel, which was dropped on the show, but is essential in showing her loyalty and ability to care for others. Believe-it-or-not, readers will find themselves rooting for her first boyfriend (you will even get past the fact that he's not Peter). Most of the book is Olivia as a teenager and it has a dark Veronica Mars vibe, which makes the reader not able to put the book down until Olivia can catch the bad guy.

Overall, Christa Faust did a great job of writing a book that is character driven and less science heavy for fans who want to extrapolate on the childhood of Olivia that made her into Agent Olivia Dunham.

Review by: Jessie of Night Owl Reviews

Disclosure: Most books that Night Owl reviews are received courtesy of the publisher, author or publicist. In most cases - reviewers get to keep the books they review and choose the books they will review themselves from an available to review database and based on their favorite authors and genres. Publishers, authors and publicists are not guaranteed a glowing review just because they have provided a copy of their book for review. Reviews are based on each individual reviewers opinion and not based on receiving a free copy of the work.
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Flawed Details but Thrilling 29 août 2013
Par SciFiChick - Publié sur
Format: Poche
This second novel in the Fringe series takes us back to Olivia's teen years. Years ago, her ability caused an accident that left a man bent on revenge. Unfortunately for Olivia, she has no idea that he's coming for her. There are a lot of discrepancies between this novel and the series. For those who are big fans of the show, this may be a problem if you're nitpicky about details. One problem was that I believe her abilities from the Cortexiphan trials were blocked after childhood until her breakthrough as an adult during the TV series. Not sure that she would be causing electrical surges as a teen. And Olivia makes some decisions totally out of character that I had a problem with at the end. However, it is an exciting, dark story. Thrilling and full of intrigue, in spite of its problems I look forward to the next in this series.

Review previously posted at SciFiChick.
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