Travel Guide to Port Charles - Disney Book Group (Paperback)
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- R 422
- 20 Nov 2018
- Supply Source
- Number of Pages
- 257 x 181 x 13mm (526g)
A travel guide to the fictional setting of two ABC soap operas, General Hospital and the town's eponymously named spin-off, offers readers gossip, history and other juicy details about the town's inhabitants. Original. 35,000 first printing.
Lucy Coe, the once mousy librarian who turned into a villainous liar, schemer, vixen and unlikely heroine takes us on a tour of Port Charles where, she says, you're as likely to encounter a den of not-so-secret agents as you are a gold-hearted, gun-toting "coffee importer." But Lucy isn't your only guide. Other storied characters from the show step in to take a leg of the tour.
In these pages, you'll find the lowdown on the history of their fair (if not always just) city, where to settle, what to eat, how to have fun, whom to befriend and whom to avoid. Please don't be put off by some of the more evocative tidbits you'll find within.
There are walking tours. Even though Lucy says the best way to see any city is in the back of a chauffeured limousine ? or better yet, by helicopter, but some have budgets. For economy-conscious travelers Lucy offers a slew of tours that'll cost you nothing but the indignity of being seen in sturdy footwear.
Every stop along the way provides gossip, history and sordid details. There is section devoted to the town's heroes, tips on "Where to Gorge," "Where to Worship," a suggested scavenger hunt, reviews of the many Port Charles Balls, and, of course, quizzes the reader can take to determine where they would fit if they were lucky enough to be a Port Charles resident.
- General Subject
- Performing Arts
- BISAC Subject 1
- Performing Arts / Television / General
- BISAC Subject 2
- Travel / General
- BIC Classification 1
- Travel & holiday guides
- BIC Classification 2
- Slang & dialect humour
- BIC Classification 3
- Dewey Classification
Chris Van Etten is the recipient of the Emmy award and several Writers Guild Awards for his work on ABC's soap operas "One Life To Live" and "General Hospital," the latter for which he still writes. Additionally, he wrote "Wickedpedia" for Scholastic's Point Horror line and co-wrote the "Likely Story" series of young adult novels with friends David Levithan and David Ozanich.