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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.
Really sets you up for the next book. Watching the tv show as I read through the trilogy which should be interesting.Published 4 hours ago by John
Brief review, no spoilers.
I am going to be careful with this summary because the action in the book and the story line in the TV series start to diverge by episode 2. Read more
There is very little solving of a mystery in this book. It is basically a series of episodes focused on torturing the hero. Read morePublished 5 hours ago by Fales
I tried to figure out what was going on and NEVER thought of the way it ended. Great readPublished 9 hours ago by Martha
If I had known it was so far out, I would not have bought it and certainly would not have bought Books 2 and 3.Published 10 hours ago by Sally Risinger
An excellent read. The storyline was well crafted and the characters developed nicely as the story unfolded. This is no mean feat of writing and Mr. Crouch is to be commended. Read morePublished 11 hours ago by Daniel Honaker
The book is so much better. This is kind of boring compared to the book which has you wanting to know what will happen next.The book is a page turner and the TV show is a yawner.Published 11 hours ago by Steve Caputo