Breaking Bad is the most challenging and insightful show on television. Now, after four and a half seasons, fans of the groundbreaking AMC series finally have a companion book for the program that has captured their imaginations. Pearson Moore’s Breaking White digs deep to reveal the underlying meaning of Walter White, “white” as a symbol, and the major characters, events, and scenes of the first season of Breaking Bad. Applying the same intense scrutiny and no-holds-barred analysis that has gained him tens of thousands of followers worldwide, Moore probes the hidden significance of the iconic images of the first season: the 50th birthday veggie bacon, Walter’s “tighty-whitey” underwear, the broken yellow ceramic plate, and, of course, Walter’s methamphetamine. Moore shines a bright light not only on Walter, but on Jesse, Skyler, and Heisenberg, their relationships with each other, and their complicated place in the Breaking Bad universe.
With a lifetime of laboratory expertise in synthesis, crystallization, and pharmaceutical development, as well as several years of experience teaching high school chemistry, Moore has almost exactly the same pre-Heisenberg résumé as Walter White. Fans of Breaking Bad are in for a rare treat as they explore the full depth of Breaking Bad with one of the world’s leading experts in crystallization. Enjoy the ride!
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