The X Files Trust No One 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 th

  • Title: The X-Files: Trust No One
  • Author: Jonathan Maberry Bronson Pinchot Hillary Huber
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  • Page: 102
  • Format: Audible Audio
  • 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 Bestseller and multiple Bram Stoker Award winner Jonathan Maberry brings together some of today s top storytellers for a series of anthologiesWe 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 Bestseller and multiple Bram Stoker Award winner Jonathan Maberry brings together some of today s top storytellers for a series of anthologies featuring all new case files from the X Files Scully and Mulder continue their journey into darkness as they face aliens, monsters, shadow governments, and twisted conspiracies.

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    1. في التسعينات محدش يقدر ينسي نغمة صفارة من 6 مقاطع،كئيبة مثيرة كأنها من عالم آخرشعار حرف الأكس، المجهول، السري، التابو الغامضبمجرد رؤيته سيأتي ببالك كل خرافات الزمن من وحوش غريبة وحشرات مهجنة او فيروسات رهيبةوالاهم، ظواهر الأطباق الطائرة و اختطافات فضائيةوالمؤامرة الحكومي [...]

    2. Table of Contents:01 - Introduction - joathan Maberry5 - "Catatonia" by Tim Lebbon37 - "The Beast of Little Hill" by Peter Clines67 - "Oversight" by Aaron Rosenberg85 - "Dusk" by Paul Crilley117 - "Loving the Alien" by Stefan Petrucha145 - "Non Gratum Anus Rodentum" by Brian Keene167 - "Back in El Paso My Life Will be Worthless" by Keith R.A. DeCandido193 - "Paranormal Quest" by Ray Garton225 - "King of the Watery Deep" by Timothy Deal251 - "Sewers" by Gini Koch281 - "Clair de Lune" by W.D. Gagl [...]

    3. A great collections of scifi horror stories written by various authors. Some are more interesting than others, but all are fun and well written. I love the fact that some of the stories are written from point of view of different characters. I find myself liking the audiobook more than the new X-Files TV series. The narrations are great (it could be an acquired taste for certain listeners); clear voice for each character which made it easy to follow. Highly recommended, especially to the fans of [...]

    4. I want to believe that it's the long-time-coming revival of the TV series that has me so annoyed with this book, and that I'm simply projecting my expectations for the new episodes onto everything X, but no. Here we have a rush job cash-grab that does a disservice to those who know how to read. (Take a breath: The X-Filey stuff is fine.)How much "editing" did Jonathan Maberry do for this book? Answer: zero. The inside cover states that the actual editor is some guy named Justin Eisinger, who sho [...]

    5. About 2.5 stars for the content, 3.5 stars for narration. This is a review of the audio book which had 2 narrators: Bronson Pinchot and Hilary Huber. The narration was well done and I enjoyed listening to "Mulder" and "Scully" tell the stories. The stories themselves were not that memorable. I can remember 2 or 3 stories that stood out for me (but unfortunately not their names). I guess this should appeal to X-Files fans, however, die-hard fans may be disappointed.

    6. This is a very, very mixed bag. I would give it two stars, but the stories that were good were really very good.Some stories (Kevin J. Anderson's "Statues" comes immediately to mind, but there are several in this category) read like excellent lost episodes, and it's because of those that I'm glad I read this volume. Some stories are mediocre, far less impressive than good fan fiction that's available for free online. And others reflect only the most basic understanding of The X-Files and no resp [...]

    7. Recently, a poll of TV watchers voted "The X-Files" to be the best TV show, ever. (Actually, it was a poll of Hollywood insiders---writers, actors, directors---for The Hollywood Reporter, and "The X-Files" was ranked #3 out of 100, "Friends" being #1. I hated "Friends". I'm pretty sure the vote was rigged. By the way, #2 was "Breaking Bad".)I'm no Hollywood insider, nor am I anyone of any importance, really, but I confidently declare that "The X-Files" was, truly, the best TV show, ever. In the [...]

    8. Návrat do čias, keď Hank Moody ešte robil u federálov.Chcete sa báť? Chcete cítiť zimomriavky? Chcete veriť, že tam vonku niečo je? Tak si radšej pustite toto tu: youtube/watch?v=rbBX6Lebo Akta X nikomu never vo vás ten pocit nevyvolajú. Aj keď tak zo tri zaujímavé momenty tam možno sú. Každopádne v najbližšej dobe určite nepôjdem do žiadneho kanála. Ani nikde, kde predávajú bábiky v životnej veľkosti. Ani do spustnutého mestečka v Údolí smrti.No dobre, tri n [...]

    9. My original THE X-FILES: TRUST NO ONE audiobook review and many others can be found at Audiobook Reviewer.I’ve been a fan of The X-Files since it premiered on FOX way back in 1993. I remember, quite fondly, watching the premiere with my mother and then, later, with friends as a trio of us creeped-out teens went for a walk around the neighborhood in the dark following the initial airing (and only airing on FOX) of the episode “Home.” Wandering the quiet, moonlit streets had not felt like th [...]

    10. The dichotomy between fact and fiction, between the rationalizations of an intelligent mind and that part of us that just wants to believe, are central to what made this show as successful as it was. Sure, that loud pounding that woke you in the middle of the night after watching a scary movie could be explained in a number of ways, but you still wonder (and secretly hope) if there was something more to it. Paranormal, the supernatural, a world beyond our world that we can't see but that's there [...]

    11. Short story collection, encompassing about 15 stories total. I am a huge X-Files fan, so of course I loved it! I am currently looking for more of these I liked it so much. Scully & Mulder are a great team and I enjoy both their banter and the cases they investigate. A must for anyone who enjoys both audiobooks and X-Files! THE TRUTH IS OUT THERE. I WANT TO BELIEVE.

    12. This review originally appeared on HorrorBuzz.I love The X-Files. I was an impressionable youth when the first episode premiered, and despite scaring the hell out of me, I fell in love with it. So much so that I never missed an episode throughout the years, and I devoured every single piece of media that came out of it; comics, video games, books, and so on.Of course, the show, and some of its spin-off media, had its issues, but I always overcame them. I loved the storytelling and fell in love w [...]

    13. I initially saw this book recommended to me on and, hyped as I was about the new series coming out soon, I bought it. I didn't recognize most of the names of the authors who contributed, but I was excited anyway - I'm a big fan of the series, and it seemed like this would be a great way to revisit the hey-day of the show and tide myself over until the revival started. I'd have to say that the book was really fun overall! It was nice seeing references to parts of the series and the return of old [...]

    14. This is a bunch of short stories written by different authors using characters from The X-Files. It's like a bunch of episodes. Some kept my attention, and some lost me. The short stories' classifications are varied including mystery, horror-ish, supernatural, sci-fi, etc. Overall, I didn't like more than I did. There are a couple of good ones in there, but I forgot to mark which titles I liked best. I've seen a little of the show, but I'm not an expert on it; so, I can't say how well it portray [...]

    15. I love the X-Files. I have watched it since I was born basically. I was three years old when the first movie came out and my parents took me and my older brothers to the theater to see it. For the next 6 months, I spent my days telling everyone who would listen the entire plot of the movie. My famous childhood phrase around my grandparents was "And now we will talk about the X-Files." (I hear that story a lot.) I still sight Agent Dana Scully as who I want to be when I grow up and I am almost 21 [...]

    16. The stories in this book are really hit or miss. Some are great and really capture the characterization of Mulder and Scully.Others Not so much. As other readers have commented, this book is very poorly edited. Not just grammar/typos, but continuity - the first date in the story says 1994, but then the next page says 1995. There were at least two stories where there were errors about what character was speaking. There are also X-Files continuity problems. I'll be honest - I'm a pretty diehard fa [...]

    17. 2.5 StarsOk I am a pretty die hard X Files fan and I actually only read 3 of the stories and I had to stop. Honestly, I have read fanfiction that was so much better than the stories in this book. The only reason I gave this book 3 stars rather than 2 was due to Kevin J Anderson's story at the end. That one was good but I have read his other X Files novels so I suspected his story would be excellent. The editing (or severe lack of!) in this book is also terrible. Did no one even read the first fe [...]

    18. Really fun stuff for the die-hard fan. But there were so many typos that I found myself wondering if aliens with little knowledge of English grammar had edited it!

    19. Trust No One . . . Especially the editor. There were a few solid stories, but my biggest hangup was the fact each story had numerous editing errors. Some were simple double typed words, some were larger formatting issues, and all the errors took away from the stronger stories and were easily spotted. There were a couple stories that felt really like the show and were able to embody the characters, yet on the flip side of that there were stories that didn't. They just featured facsimiles named Mu [...]

    20. Yes, I want to believe This was a fun collection, pretty good for the most part. There were several line-editing errors that detracted from some of the stories, such as the dates or times in the story headers not matching what was happening in the story itself, or words placed incorrectly. Overall, the book was a lot like a season of the show with good episodes and bad episodes and some things that didn't quite make sense when you tried to fit all the pieces together. I especially liked the stor [...]

    21. Quality was hit and miss, but it sure was good to be back in the 'trenches' with Mulder and Scully. The highlight was the return of Kevin J Anderson to the literary versions of the Special Agents, and he hasn't lost any stride there.

    22. I love The X-Files. The X-Files has a special place in my heart. It has enhanced the way I view science fiction. I own the complete series and all, almost all, of the novels. And I have seasons 10 and 11 of the comics and two graphic novels. What I love about this book is it's a series of short stories. Each story is different and stand-alone stories. There are different stories in this book are very well written. I noticed towards the last few stories of this collection, there as one short stor [...]

    23. Kniha je určena pro seriálové milovníky. Myslím, že se vám bude líbit stejně jako mě a rozhodně byste si ji měli přečíst. Navnadila mě na rewatch (krucipísek, mám rozkoukaný Supernatural a tunu knih na stole, tak nevím, jak to udělám… a taky bych mohla trochu žít :-) ). Pokud seriál neznáte, knihu si přečtete, a třeba se do Muldera, Scully a X-Files zamilujete. Více v mé recenzi na channach/akta-x-nikomu

    24. I loved this book. It was like reading 15 episodes of the show. Some were better than others, just like a TV show. Some were about Muldor and Scully, a few were just about Skinner. Either way, the book was a lot of fun. If you are in need of an X-Files fix, this is a great way to satisfy you. 15 more stories to enjoy. Have fun!

    25. Overall, a really decent set of stories, with a few standouts that legitimately creeped me out. However, some of the stories were badly in need of more editing for grammar and syntax, and one particular story was so choppy that it didn't flow and was difficult to read cohesively.

    26. I'm a fan of The X-Files and I love short stories, so it was a no-brainer to pick this up. Some of the stories were better than others (to be expected), but the majority were fun and totally in the vein of the show.

    27. I loved this! it is a collection of stories about the adventures of Mulder and Scully. They fit the "monster of the week" style from the show. Good read, I felt like i was back watching the show. Recommend to any Xfiles Fan.

    28. I really enjoyed this book! It's a great collection of short stories, perfect to either sit and binge or just to enjoy one story at a time. The only reason for the four stars is I was surprised by the lack of typos especially towards the end of the book. Otherwise a wonderful read.

    29. Unlike most anthologies, there really wasn't a stinker in the bunch. Although, some of the stories were better than others. An added bonus with the audio version is that Bronson Pinchot does an excellent David Duchovny imitation.

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