The Secret History of Twin Peaks £6.99 (Prime) £9.98 (Non Prime) @ Amazon
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The Secret History of Twin Peaks £6.99 (Prime) £9.98 (Non Prime) @ Amazon

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Found 30th Aug 2017
'The Secret History of Twin Peaks enlarges the world of the


original series, placing the unexplained phenomena that unfolded there


into a vastly layered, wide-ranging history, beginning with the journals


of Lewis and Clark and ending with the shocking events that closed the


finale. The perfect way to get in the mood for the upcoming Showtime


series.'
A fan of the original? Loving the new series but knowing it's almost over? Just want to give yourself another Twin Peaks fix? At £6.99 for a beatifully presented hardback book you'd be a fool not to indulge!
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Anyone with an opinion?
mymymy19 m ago

Anyone with an opinion?

I'm not enjoying season 3
The original was absolute rubbish
the order goes something like season 1, season 2, fire walk with me film, fire walk with me the missing pieces, this book, season 3.

The problem with getting in the mood for season 3 is, it is very different to what has gone before with a few throwback moments along the way. The early series felt more soap operaish, TV series can get away with showing a lot more mature content and I think that is also what makes season 3 different plus it hardly shows twin peaks as a location whilst being central to the story. Expect a fair few contradictions along the way and it to either make sense in a meh way or not at all (think Lost Highway film) with some genuinely funny/emotional parts. Worth watching if you like quirky, weird stuff and there isnt much out there that is anything like it (maybe deadly premonition video game, D4 video game, American horror story or round the twist -and most of these are vague likeness at best).
I'm liking season 3 but to me it has had some parts I could have skipped/wanted to skip and not have missed a thing. Glad it got made and 25 years on is perfect for it.
I read the first 50 pages and lost interest. Apparently David Lynch hasn't even read it either, so it's not essential.
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