Competition: Fringe – The Zodiac Paradox

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We’re running a competition for a brand new Fringe book called The Zodiac Paradox. Written by Christ Faust, the book looks at Walter’s past working with William Bell, discovering Cortexiphan, and studying the Alternate Universe.

Fringe – The Zodiac Paradox
In 1974, University students Walter Bishop and William Bell test an exotic chemical compound, attempting to link their subconscious minds. The result is beyond all expectations—a rip in space, opening the way between two universes. Through the rift comes a menace unlike any our world has ever imagined, and it falls to Bishop, Bell, and their ally Nina Sharp to stop him.

3 Responses

  1. Adanna says:

    Fringe has opened my eyes to see that anything is possible! It taught me about hope and that we can create stories how we want them. And if we believe in it that it can make it.

  2. Nolwenn says:

    Fringe was one-of-a-kind. I’ve never watched a tv show like it.
    It was able to bring a whole ray of emotions (even frustration sometimes). The characters each brought a teaching of some kind about us, Human Beings.
    We live in Vancouver area and having it shot here was a plus too.
    This is why Fringe is important to me.

  3. Nick Lento says:

    Fringe is important in order to ensure the continuity of time and the survival of our world.

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