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Publisher's Summary

We all want to believe. The truth is still out there.
The X-Files have been reopened. IDW Publishing and series creator Chris Carter have authorized new investigations into the weird, the strange, and the mysterious. New York Times best-selling author and multiple Bram Stoker Award winner Jonathan Maberry brings together some of today's top storytellers for a series of anthologies featuring all-new stories from the X-Files. Scully and Mulder continue their journey into darkness as they face aliens, monsters, shadow governments, and twisted conspiracies.
This first volume includes stories by Kevin J. Anderson, Tim Lebbon, Max Allan Collins, Heather Graham, Brian Keene, Peter Clines, Ray Garton, Stefan Petrucha, Gayle Lynds and John Sheldon, Aaron Rosenberg, Keith R. A. DeCandido, Paul Crilley, W. D. Gagliani and David Benton, Tim Deal, and Gini Koch.
©2015 Jonathan Maberry (P)2015 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
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5 out of 5 stars
By Diana Hart 33 on 11-23-15

Mulder and Scully are at it again

I am a long time fan of the X-Files, so of course when I saw this book, it was a no brainer. It's a series of short stories that take place from the early 1990's to early 2000. Very enjoyable. if you liked the X-Files, you'll love this.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Unapologetic on 10-09-15

As a devout Xfiles fan, I enjoyed it immensely!

I enjoyed narration by Pinchot, he was spot on as Mulder. Some of the stories were lacking but most were down right awesome and took me back to what I loved about the series.

Huber's narration was ok at best but tone got annoying with dry sarcasm and weird delivery. I even skipped a story because I couldn't take her annoying tone anymore.

Highly recommend for anyone who loves/misses Xfiles. I hope some of these stories even make to the new Xfiles series planned to be filmed soon 😎

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5 out of 5 stars
By G. Evans on 07-28-17

Brings back the memories

Just like an extra full tv series of the show. I thoroughly recommend this if you are a fan.

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5 out of 5 stars
By SnapWriter on 03-24-17

Trust me -- it's brilliant

Trust me, the truth is, these short stories (adaptions in some cases, if not all, of the tv episodes) are brilliant, exciting and the real thing.

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2 out of 5 stars
By clare on 05-09-16

just read fan fiction from the net

this book claims to be collection of short stories about the X-files told by amazing authors who all love and show. Unfortunately what you get is a dozen fan fictions, where most of the time its the Fox Mulder show with Dana Scully being either the damsel in distress or too stupid to breath with out audio coaching or a "skeptic" that refuses to acknowledge anything. The plot lines are often kitsch with the charater breaking fundermental FBI procedure for no reason.

there were 3 stories of the 15 that were absolute gold and were a great addition to the canon and another 5-6 that were fun but predictable the rest were just horrible sexist badly researched rubbish.

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