The Secret History of Twin Peaks (Twin Peaks #1)
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and now the funkos have arrived!!
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super-excited to dive into this one, and i cannot WAIT for the new episodes - EEEEEEEEEE
Diane, whi ...more
My first problem is that it has been awhile since I re-watched this hit show, and there is quite a much elements that would have probably worked (and been easier to confirm or more well-thought) better in a sense of getting in the proper mood to ...more
Well, as fun as it was returning to Twin Peaks, this book contains some grievous errors*, and a little too much emphasis on the UFO side of things for my taste. However, we do get to:
1) learn who (if anyone) lived and who (if anyone) died in the bank vault explosion (Andrew Packard? Audrey Horne? Pete Martell? R ...more
Now on to the book - but first a little explana ...more
USPS somehow delivered this to me a few days early (thanks US mail) so I read this over the very rainy weekend.
This is not a novel in the traditional fashion. What it is, is a collection of letters, documents, newspaper clippings, and photos. These start way back with Lewis and Clark and go all the way forward to now. It’s a bit slow in the first 100 pages but after that the collection hits its stride. It becomes suggestive, g ...more
With that acknowledgment, here goes:
THE SECRET HISTORY OF TWI ...more
The TV show, as many know already, ends on an infuriating cliffhanger, and for decades the only additions to the canon was the poorly-received but still ...more
The bulk of the book is concerned with things fairly tangential to Twin Peaks; and I found these things completely boring. UFOs, freemasonry, JFK, Illuminati, Scientology, Watergate etc -- it seems like Frost has scrambled to cram every conspiracy he can into this book and it's much weaker for it. Th ...more
The Secret History of Twin Peaks brought ...more
I hear the steady buzzing sound of the sawmill in the background, midgets are dancing to tuneless melodies all around me, Audrey is putting on her red shoes, logs are telling their secrets, fish are sweetly percolating, coffee and cherry pie are being consumed in droves, and the owls are definitely not what they seem.
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Time to finally watch season three, I guess!
Frost excels at integrating fact with fiction. The book opens with scanned copies of journal entries written by none other than Lewis and Clark during an ...more
Also, if you're a UFO nut like me, you might read this book and end up loving Twin Peaks more than y ...more
Also, ignoring the multiple, painful inconsistencies with the show/film, the main character of Dougie Milford never earns the reader's empathy.
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