The Blacklist: Elizabeth Keen’s Dossier
In a world as complex and treacherous as that of FBI agent-turned-outcast Elizabeth Keen’s, information is key. It’s power. It’s a weapon. And this dossier is her foremost tool with which to bring down the Cabal, the shadowy global organization that seeks to run the world.
A marvelous tie-in to the hit NBC series, The Blacklist: Elizabeth Keen’s Dossier covers the events of the first two seasons of the show from Keen’s point of view, drawing connections between the cases, offering insights from the character herself, and generally sketching out the perilous interconnected world she fell into when Raymond Reddington strolled into her life.
And this thing must’ve been a lot of work. Fake documents, assembled photos, and paraphernalia from Blacklist cases, plus Elizabeth’s observations make for an engaging, immersive read, one that brings back fun memories of the show’s best moments as well as echoing the reader’s frustration with some of the show’s more elaborate and evasive twists and turns.
Complete with a secret folder covering the first few episodes of season 3, this is a terrific way for fans to emotionally reinvest in the show and maybe pick up one or two new nuggets of plot along the way.
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|Author||Paul Terry, Tara Bennett|
|Page Count||160 pages|
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|Category||Music & Movies|