Finding Lost, Season 6
After five years of following plane-crash survivors on a not-so-deserted island, Lost changed the game (again) for its final season with an alternate universe. These last episodes raised questions that demanded answers and wove a story that came to an end in a way that will be, in true Lost fashion, debated among fans for years to come. Here in the conclusion of Nikki Stafford's Finding Lost series--the only Lost books with a complete episode-by-episode guide--the deeper meanings of the show are explored with: an in-depth look at every episode of season 6, linking back to the early Lost years and adding highlights, little-known facts, and nitpicks; chapters on the Egyptian game of senet, Hugh Everett III's Many-Worlds theory, Lost's mirror imagery, and much more; analysis of literary references in the season, including Haroun and the Sea of Stories, The Stand, Paradise Lost, Fear and Trembling, Notes from Underground, and Deep River; a comprehensive explanation of the series finale, 'The End, ' with solutions to the show's unanswered questions.
Black and white illustrations.