Six Feet Under: Better Living Through Death

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Alan Ball, Alan Poul
Pocket Books, 2003 - Biography & Autobiography - 197 pages
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"Six Feet under: Better Living Through Death" is a history of the Fishers and their extended family. From Nate and David's childhood to the disappearance of Lisa Kimmel, major events and daily routines are revealed through the characters' personal photographs, correspondence, and memorabilia. The book includes Nathaniel's letters to Ruth from Vietnam, Claire and Billy's instant messages, excerpts from "Charlotte Light and Dark and Nathaniel and Isabel," and more, offering readers an intimate view into the world of "Six Feet Under," a one-of-a-kind companion, "Six Feet Under: Better Living Through Death" is sure to enthrall fans of TV's most riveting drama.

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User Review  - TheScrappyCat - LibraryThing

Oh, well, what can I say. I'm a huge fan of the show. This book has a lot of fun stuff in it such as journal entries, Christmas cards, letters...all kinds of fictional things about the characters. I recommend this for fans of the show, just because it's kind of a kick to read. Read full review


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About the author (2003)

Ball served as co-executive producer and writer for the television comedy series Cybill and also wrote for the sitcom Grace Under Fire. He is creator, head writer, and executive producer of the ABC series Oh, Grow Up.

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