'Fringe' Final Season: Sneak a Peek at "September's Notebook" Tie-In!

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Even thought tonight's all-new 'Fringe' episode "The Boy Must Live" kicks off the final three hours for our favorite (formerly) parallel universe-hopping, Observer-dominated cult sci-fi series, the investigation of the weird and unknown needn't necessarly end with January 18 series finale "An Enemy of Fate." Instead, you can keep the paranormal exploration going with 'September's Notebook - The Bishop Paradox,' a new tie-in book exploring the mythology of the series! Get a first look of the new insightful anthology inside!

Back in December, 'Fringe's' heartbreaking winter finale "Anomaly XB-6783746" unleashed one major spoiler on us: the mysterious "Donald" the team had been chasing all year long was in fact none other than the Observer "September," seemingly transformed into a regular man! September's return will mark a key turning point in the show's final episodes, fitting given the vital role the Michael Cerveris-played character has held over five years.

To that end, authors Tara Bennett and Paul Terry have collaborated with input from showrunner Joel Wyman and former executive producer Jeff Pinkner to bring us 'September's Notebook - The Bishop Paradox,' a tie-in tome that explores the character's secret observations over the past five years.

Due to hit stores on March 12, the book contains records of everything the character has observed, from "The Pattern," to Massive Dynamics and the show's parallel world. Fans will also be treated to character studies, exclusive photos, concept art and further exploration of show's secret frequently seen glyphs.

TVGuide managed to snag a first look at the pages inside the book, chronicling fan-favorite character "Faux-livia," our Olivia Dunham (Anna Torv)'s parallel universe doppleganger. Check it out below, and don't forget to tune in for tonight's all-new 'Fringe' episode "The Boy Must Live" on FOX! Give us your finale predictions in the comments!

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