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About the Author
Paul Terry is a bestselling author, music artist, and producer. Together with Tara Bennett, he coauthored Fringe: September’s Notebook, Lost Encyclopedia, The Official Making of Big Trouble in Little China, and more. He lives in Los Angeles.
“An amazing creation... The amount of detail in this book is phenomenal. What [it's] effectively done here is made the world of The X-Files even more real. It's what I would call pretty much a masterpiece.”
— Rhys Darby
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“It's so cool and so detailed... It feels like something you're not allowed to be reading.”
— "Good Day Austin"
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— Screen Rant
“You can own a little piece of the truth this new, massive book... A collection of fifty of the most fascinating X-Files cases.”
“Feels more like an actual prop from the show. Painstakingly replicates the look and feel of the show’s X-File dossiers right down to the redacted text, fire damage, and hastily scribbled notes... A treasure trove for fans. A must-have page-turner.”
— Critical Popcorn
“The in-universe perspective and thoroughly detailed design will reel in and satisfy everyone from the passing fan to the most diehard X-Phile.”
“This very special book seeks to catalog and archive the cases while providing an in-universe reason for it... Filled with easter eggs, clues, and nostalgia to immerse fans into the wild and strange world of The X-Files.”
— Viral Hare
"This is as close as you’ll ever come to being down in the FBI basement poring over actual X-Files. To paraphrase Mulder, the truth is in here."
— Yahoo! Entertainment