Book Review: Best Served Cold: The Unofficial Companion to Revenge by Erin Balser



If you’re a fan of ABC’s hit show Revenge, you’re going to love this smoking hot guide.

From Goodreads:
A must-have for fans of the hit ABC drama Revenge, this guide delves into the fast-paced world of the character-driven series and sheds light on complicated plot twists and unanswered questions. Loyal viewers will love this intelligent and insightful companion to the show, which includes an analysis of main character Emily Thorne’s master plan. The book explores themes and characters from the series as well as its soap opera, literary, and real-world inspirations.

I LOVE Revenge. It’s one of the few shows that I can truly say I have watched from the beginning and never missed an episode of. At work, this is what we talk about come Monday mornings. It’s sparks conversation and contemplation and gives us camaraderie of sorts. The show is fun, addictive and let’s you take satisfaction in getting revenge without having to do the dirty deed yourself.

This guide provides an in-depth behind the scenes look at the cast, characters and episodes of this hot show. Having watched every episode with what can only be described as complete rapture, there were many things I missed which this guide brought to light. I feel like going back and watching the episodes again just to catch some of the little details I missed.

It gives insight to all facets of the show including how it the idea came about, cast decisions, filming and production and gives you opportunities to extend the enjoyment of revenge though books. Why does Victoria wear those tight dresses? How did Emily’s cold stare come about? Is the Grayson mansion for real? How does the show mirror The Count of Monte Cristo?

If you’re a seasoned Revenge watcher like me, this guide will extend your knowledge of the show. If you have yet to watch the show and plan on catching up on Season 1 (it’s available on Netflix, Amazon and iTunes) get this companion guide to follow along with each episode. It will add to your viewing pleasure!

Revenge on iTunes.

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This book was provided for review by the publisher.

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