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The hit television show Alias has developed a devoted, cult-like following of viewers with an appetite for adrenaline-fueled plots. This entertaining collection of essays offers new and clever observations on Alias's spies, gadgets, plot twists, and character motivations. From the multicolored wigs of Sidney Bristow to the undercover office romances and family angst, this tongue-in-cheek study offers interesting new theories and insightful pop culture impressions of one of television's most beloved new series.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.9" Width: 5.98" Height: 0.55" Weight: 0.75 lbs.
Release Date Aug 1, 2005
Publisher Benbella Books
ISBN 1932100466 ISBN13 9781932100464
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Reviews - What do customers think about Alias Assumed: Sex, Lies and SD-6 (Smart Pop series)?
Alias rocks! Nov 25, 2006
The chapters are articles that are useful in themselves, especially in understanding the psychology and methods of terrorism, and counter-terrorism.
for Alias fans, this is a must! Aug 3, 2006
If you were a fan of Alias, I highly recommend buying this book. In a series of essay's, you get an interesting look at the world of Alias. Very entertaining, informative and just plain fun. You'll love it.
Alias Asummed Feb 21, 2006
Great book helps when the series is on hiatus! Highly recommended for all Alias fans.
Love it! Dec 29, 2005
Extremely engaging and exciting the entire way through...I've been waiting for someone to write an Alias book like this!
Entertaining takes on the show. Sep 22, 2005
For anyone who loves this show, the series of essays contained in this book will be entertaining. Family relationships, a spy as role model, Alias as a model on girl friendships, the probability of the gadgets existing/working in real life, the love life of single spies ... all are explored.
You'll probably even have a few moments of "Hey, I've wondered the same thing about XYZ!" I sure did. A fun read.