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Trust No One (X-Files, Book 1) Audio CD – July 28, 2015
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About the Author
- Publisher : Blackstone Audio, Inc.; Unabridged edition (July 28, 2015)
- Language : English
- ISBN-10 : 1481522221
- ISBN-13 : 978-1481522229
- Item Weight : 10.4 ounces
- Best Sellers Rank: #7,651,187 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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I stumbled across this and decided to take a chance. The stories are enjoyable and do a good job staying in character with the original television series. I was an X-Files fan and these stories do a great job of rekindling atmosphere and feel of the series . So far I'm enjoying them quite a bit.
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The stories are entertaining enough, in the main. "Dusk" is basically there to be a Twilight parody, fun in its own way if insubstantial. In another story - set in 1990 - Mulder has a Salvadorian wife named, oddly, Samanda. Obviously this is far from canonical, the only connection as far as I know being that David Duchovny wore a wedding ring in one "flashback" episode, sparking inevitable fan speculation. The take on it here is an unusual one, though, and at least he's not married to Diana Fowley. I'm not really sure they should have gone there, though. The same story does feature Arthur Dales, however... so that's nice.
The vast majority of these stories are written by men, which is a bit annoying given that this is basically fanfiction, which as we know is mainly written by women - and there is some superb X-Files fanfiction out there. Overall I'm not convinced by the quality or credentials of some of the authors featured to be writing X-Files stories. Many seem to be writers of quantities of tie-in fiction for multiple TV and film franchises rather than people with a particular love for The X-Files, and sometimes Mulder and Scully seem shoehorned in to a story which has nothing intrinsically X-Files about it. But hey, maybe I'm just too precious about it. There is stuff here to enjoy and some of the stories are fun to read.
(But I'm very impressed that Skinner, in 1994, has a phone capable of searching the internet! There's an X-file in itself.)