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The Autobiography of F.B.I. Special Agent Dale Cooper by Scott Frost
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Jan 28, 2008

really liked it
bookshelves: misc
Recommended for: Peaks Freaks none other need apply

Diane I have just finished reading My Life My Tapes The Autobiography of FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper.

As a rule I don't read EU fiction as I see it as a silly waste of time at best, and corpse raping at the worst (I'm looking at you spawn of Herbert). However, as I am a Twin Peaks superfan, the book was only 200 pages long, and it cost me a grand total of 25 cents at the garage sale I bought it at, I figured there wasn't a whole lot to lose.

Over all it was a pleasant experience and went well with some good coffee and pie. There where even a few scenes that succeeded in imitating the inimitable Lynch. However, even at its relatively short length the book felt somewhat repetitive. On the whole a surprisingly pleasant experience. If not one I'm likely to revisit again.
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