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Books that look behind the scenes of television shows can differ in how much depth they go into.  In the superficial sense some can just give a description of the characters, give episode synopsis and choose a few episodes to look at.  Grimm: Below the Surface is a surprisingly in-depth look at the show that impresses with the level of detail it goes into.

People who enjoy behind the scenes books generally have different levels of knowledge about the shows.  Some are fans that know a lot about the show they love, and use books like this to not only confirm that fact, but to also fill in some details.  Secretly a few of these also look for mistakes or contradictions, so the writers better get their facts right.  The other fans are the newcomers who want a guide to the show that they’ve discovered and want the »

- Paul Metcalf

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