Fox Mulder and Dana Scully are back in a chilling collection of all-new tales of dark secrets, alien agendas, terrifying monsters, and murderous madmen. Edited by New York Times best-selling author Jonathan Maberry, The Truth Is out There features original stories by best-selling authors Rachel Caine, David Wolverton, Hank Philippi Ryan, Kelley Armstrong, Kami Garcia, Greg Cox, and many others.
©2016 Jonathan Maberry (P)2015 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
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"Not as good as first one but still worth a listen"
The stories were not as memorable to me as the first anthology. However the narration was stellar.
"Another great installment"
Absolute fun to listen. Always takes me back to when Xfiles was amazing. Must listen for anyone interested in the paranormal and or Xfiles fan.
"Fun as always"
I enjoyed the stories and references to some details from episodes. I didn't really like the story with Mulder and Scully married, but was actually more offended by the portrayal of Dana's mother than the actual marriage piece.
I enjoyed this one just as much as the first. Great stories and narration. I'd love to see a third installment.
"ALMOST as good as Volume 1. A treat for fans..."
After hungrily listening to every minute of Volume 1, Volume 2 had some high expectations to meet, and in general, I really, really enjoyed it. Most of the stories were true to the series and enjoyable. A few were a bit ridiculous, and one was so out of character that I forgot it was supposed to be an X Files story. The author of "We Should Listen to Some Shostakovich" must have never taken the time to watch any of the episodes with Scully's mother, because she was written as a haughty, snobbish socialite. Mulder and Scully married and expecting a child was enough of a stretch in this story, but the characterization of Margaret Scully was so OFF that listening to the story was almost unpleasant.
Once again, we had the mis-pronunciation of Lone Gunmen Melvin Frohike's last name as "fro-hike" instead of "fro-hickey," which again annoyed me to the point of wanting to contact Blackstone Audio's production team to set them straight.
Otherwise, Bronson Pinchot's Mulder is very entertaining, and Huber's narration is passable to sometimes enjoyable.
I would recommend this volume to fans, but with the few caveats mentioned above. I hope there will be a volume 3!
"Another good listen"
Never read the print addition but the audio is good.
Brings voice to it and makes it easy to picture them in your head.
I hope book 3 is as good.
"Good stuff, a lot of fun for any xphile "
It has some continuity errors but most are minor. Not as good as the first book but still a fun novel and the performance is excellent.
The character's name is pronounced Fro-hick-ee, not Fro-hike. C'mon, now. Do your research. Also, why not a Lone Gunmen focused story? Overall great
"If X Files became a Lifetime series."
The characters from the original series are not represented properly.
Oscar Wilde - Dorian Gray
If they didn't seem like soap-opera wanna-bes
I would have never approved it.
Shameful and ridiculous.
"More of what we love in Mulder & Scully!"
Having loved the first book I preordered this one as soon as I saw it was coming out. It feels like a continuation of the first book with many more great shirt stories of their adventures. If you're a X-files fan you're going to enjoy it and hopefully it'll make a few more along the way. Looking forward to the third book!
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