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Finding Lost-Season Three: The Unofficial Guide is an unofficial fan companion book by Toronto writer Nikki Stafford. It is the sequel to Finding Lost: The Unofficial Guide.
"Lost, the Golden Globe and Emmy Award–winning hit television show, has become renowned for its complexity week after week, sending both cult and mainstream fans to the Internet, encyclopedias, or religious texts as they try to figure out the keys to some of the mysteries.
If you’re feeling as lost as the survivors, then Finding Lost — Season Three: The Unofficial Guide will help to put the pieces of the puzzle in place. When author Nikki Stafford released her first volume on this series, covering seasons one and two, the book was an immediate success, and fans everywhere were touting it as the best of the Lost books on the market. Stafford’s was the only book to cover each episode in–depth, as well as provide chapters on books referenced on the show, historical figures, religious iconography, and other background materials that put her readers far ahead of other viewers who weren’t catching all of the clues.
Now, in Finding Lost — Season Three: The Unofficial Guide, Stafford continues to delve into the mysteries of this show to help her readers piece together the puzzle. With bios of the new actors, analyses of the two worlds that have collided between the Losties and The Others, and examinations of books such as A Tale of Two Cities and Of Mice and Men, this book is sure to be as well read as her first one. Similarly, she will include photos and addresses of the show’s filming locations in Hawaii, as well as dozens of exclusive photos taken on the set.
Both casual and diehard fans will come away from this book feeling more informed about the characters, their backgrounds, and the island. Armed with these clues, this book aims to finally help viewers “find” Lost."
- The book is 200 pages long