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On April 8, 1990, the pilot episode of Mark Frost and David Lynch's iconic television series, Twin Peaks, aired on ABC, and for a moment, the mystery of Who Killed Laura Palmer? held America transfixed. I was twelve at the time, and I will never forget the feeling that took hold of me as I watched this quirky show about a creepy town with damn fine coffee and brilliant cherry pie, where nothing was as it seemed.
Read on to find out what is was about Twin Peaks that inspired Pines at www.kindlepost.com.
Keeps you reading, well written suspense story with twists and turns.
This first book in the series is okay, but I felt like it was a little slow getting to the point, and at times seemed kind of repetitive.
It started out really good and I just wanted to keep reading and reading to try and figure out what the heck was going on.
Wasn't sure what to expect from this author .. very far fetched and a tad unrealistic ...Published 23 minutes ago by Lou
For a while I thought I was reading a Dean Koontz novel. Strange and unpredictable but it did manage to hold my interest to the endPublished 12 hours ago by RoadRunner
A fantastic job of a setup for a major twist that no one could have saw coming. I really liked the venture into humanity's downfalls or at least potential downfall.Published 13 hours ago by Josh Sharon
Great book! It was a fast read that kept me guessing throughout the story. I loved it! I finished this and immediately got the next book in the series.Published 14 hours ago by jesskam
I never heard or read Blake Crouch but after reading reviews of Wayward Pines 1 I decided to try it and glad I did!! It was amazing Story plot. Read morePublished 17 hours ago by Greatitems2buy
Thoroughly enjoyed this book as well as the following two.Science fiction-thriller!Published 18 hours ago by dbirdie
Blake Crouch spent a lot of time watching 80's/90's tv. It paid off. In Pines he takes the twisted, carnival drama of Twin Peaks, the hardboiled curiosity of the X-Files and a bit... Read morePublished 19 hours ago by Darius Sayers
Before I read anything about the author's literary inspirations, I described this book to a friend as a blend of the X-Files, Twin Peaks and a little bit of Jacob's Ladder thrown... Read morePublished 22 hours ago by Scott M. Longberry