- Tapa dura: 261 páginas
- Editor: HarperCollins (20 de abril de 1999)
- Colección: X-Files
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 0061050415
- ISBN-13: 978-0061050411
- Valoración media de los clientes: Sé el primero en opinar sobre este producto
The X-Files: Skin (Inglés) Tapa dura – 20 abr 1999
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While investigating a case that their superiors would rather keep secret, FBI agents Mulder and Scully journey to Thailand's jungles to discover why New York skin-graft patients keep becoming homicidal maniacs.
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The story and the idea behind the story are really interesting. The usual conspiracy that floats around the agents is there, just like in the TV show. There is plenty of mystery surrounding the plot. That the agents go through things they wouldn't have gone through in the TV show is also fun! I like thinking about them in a different way like that. Though, a lot of the time, they don't really act like true blue fans of the show have come to expect them to act. It's not always easy to put Mulder or Scully's face or voice with the character on the page. I think that sort of thing is to be expected, though, when you're seeing them through a written format instead of visually on a screen.
This is a fast read with action that gets started right away and doesn't let up. It's a fun sci-fi/mystery with horror elements even if you're not a big fan of the show. Highly recommended!
Here's where things go south in Skin.
After Mulder and Scully get Skinner's permission to go to Thailand to pursue leads, it seems that the detail, atmosphere, and grittiness, which Mezrich does a great job of setting up, are largely tossed out the window. In Thailand, the atmosphere seems forced, the villians cardboard cutouts, and the plot preposterous.
Also, if you were a fan of Mulder's wry humor, there's little if any of that to be found here.
Kevin J. Anderson's novelizations, while not perfect, remain true to the spirit of the TV show.