Breaking Bad: Alchemy available in iBooks, a must have for fans of the show

Here's one for all you Breaking Bad fans out there, an official eBook called Alchemy is available in iBooks for the iPad now. The book, designed for iBooks, combines a whole bunch of great content about the show with a multitouch experience with 120 pages of original content and over 350 interactive elements to get your teeth into. From the iBooks Store:

Breaking Bad: Alchemy highlights the unique visual, aural, narrative and filmic elements that make Breaking Bad one of the most magnetic series in television history. Filled with insider behind-the-scenes secrets, stories spanning every season, including a complete series multi-touch timeline, exclusive interviews with creator Vince Gilligan and an interactive death timeline of those who met their demise, this one-of-a-kind book offers fans and newcomers a brand new way to experience the evolution of the show from the pilot and will update all the way through to the final episode.

Breaking Bad is a show that has amassed a huge following in its time on air, and once the final episodes have been shown Alchemy will have additional content that provides a full history. A definite must have for fans of the show, and well priced too at $7.99. Grab a copy now, and be sure to share your thoughts with us.

Richard Devine

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Breaking Bad: Alchemy available in iBooks, a must have for fans of the show

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Haven't seen the show (yet) but I have seen a trailer used in the show. Part of the Sony Pictures Studios tour I took when I attended a Jeopardy taping. I'll need to watch Breaking Bad now (and get the app.)

I bought the iBook and so far have not been able to download it. I have 3.4 GB of available storage on my iPad and it tells me that's not enough space for the book. They are crazy if they think one iBook can take up more than 20 percent of my iPad's total storage.

I know this is very delayed, but I hope you got this figured out.

The biggest problem with the book is that due to all the inset video and such, it's not capable of compressing that, but other content is. In order to install, you need VERY close to 4 gigs, once it's done it only takes up 1.8, thank god.

I don't know what I'll do when it updates!!