Having just recently gotten into Lost, when I saw that this book was available for review, I jumped on it. First off, I do totally agree with the author about spoilers, and even if he is able to get them, I am glad that is not what this book is about. Instead, he spends time digging deeper and really examining the stories and people on the show.
Seay not only shows us what he sees in each character, but he delves into the central story that is Lost. In one of the first chapters he refers to how Lost is about the conflict between good and evil, but there is so much more to Lost than that. It is about the journey of each character from where they started when they first boarded the plane to where they end at season five. Seay spends most of the book focused on these journeys, and I found that there was something new to learn from each chapter.
Overall I thought the book was a great compliment to the tv show, and it kept me captivated just as the show has.