With a foreword by co-creator Kevin Williamson, the fan-favorite Love You to Death series returns with an essential guide to the fifth season of The CW’s hit show The Vampire Diaries. As the series hits its 100th-episode milestone, this companion delves headlong into the twists and turns of each episode, exploring the layers of rich history, supernatural mythology, historical and pop culture references, and the complexities of the show’s memorable cast of characters. Add chapters on the making of the show, interviews with the people who bring Mystic Falls to life, and the intensely loyal audience that keeps it thriving, and you have a guide as compelling and addictive as the show itself.
“From a foreword by Kevin Williamson to a roundtable discussion about Katherine Pierce that features input from Paul ‘Hero Hair’ Wesley to a riveting section dedicated to Michael Malarkey and his on-screen persona Enzo, Heather and Crissy's latest instalment is filled with colorful details about TVD's diverse characters and storylines as well as juicy insight from the cast and crew members themselves. ” — Alloy Entertainment’s official The Vampire Diaries blog
"When it comes to my Vampire Diaries fandom, I have found fanaticism in a bottle in the form of the book series Love You to Death: The Unofficial Guide to The Vampire Diaries . . . If you're a fan of The Vampire Diaries and haven't had time to indulge in deep fanaticism but have had moments of wanting to, this is a book for you. " — The Dinglehopper
"The detail that went into each episode guide is very impressive . . . I also think it is awesome to read the foreword by Kevin Williamson, one of the creators of the show. It just shows that this book means business!" — Quality Fangirls
“Why try to remember every little thing when Calhoun and Vee have compiled all that info into a nice guide? Whether you're a die-hard fan of the series, or someone interested in checking it out, this guide is a must-have!” — I Was Angelized
"Overall, this is a thoroughly excellent book clearly written by huge Vampire Diaries fans, and it's a great book to have. It's great for just sitting down and reading and getting all of the memories back via recaps of what's going on — and even better if you watch an episode first then read the book as we suggested — so many little things you might not have picked up on. " — Order of Books