Go deep into the heart of Mystic Falls with this episode-by-episode look at the second season of The Vampire Diaries. This next volume in a series School Library Journal called “well written and thoroughly detailed,” Love You to Death: The Unofficial Companion to The Vampire Diaries — Season 2 is the essential guide to the show, featuring insightful explorations of each episode with information on the rich history, supernatural mythology, film references, character development, and much more; chapters on the vampire, werewolf, and doppelgänger lore that inspired the series; and details on the making of the show, the people who put it together, and the fandom that keeps it alive. With photos of the irresistible cast and of the show’s filming locations, this second instalment captures the fun, fangs, and fear that make this bloodcurdling show so epic.
Love You to Death Season 2 was selected as one of the Pennsylvania School Library Association’s top 40 nonfiction titles of 2011! “If you live and breathe The Vampire Diaries, this book provides all the behind-the-scenes looks at Season 2.”
“Love You to Death: The Unofficial Companion to The Vampire Diaries Season 2 is full of heart, and as companion books go, even though this is unofficial, it has me amazed at the amount of detail within. I know this had to have taken a lot of work, but the author, Crissy Calhoun, totally pulled it off. . . . If you’re a fan of The Vampire Diaries, this is definitely a must-read.” — Craig Byrne, KSiteTV.com
“With plenty of information on the show along with full-color cast photos, Calhoun has again created a must-read for fans.” — MyBookViews
“Crissy does a brilliant job of taking something that is so convoluted, and making sense of it. She writes beautifully, and is able to pull you into each episode she breaks down so you are reliving it one more time.”
“With forensic precision, Calhoun delves into each of the season’s 21 episodes, providing the synopsis as well as a host of other details sure to please diehards and those who are new to Mystic Falls. Calhoun places the plots of each story into context with the show’s wider mythology, exposes symbols and other minutiae, provides trivia, and outlines all the music, film, literature, and pop culture that are featured as part of the show.” — Scene Magazine