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Reflections: An Oral History of Twin Peaks Paperback – July 15, 2014
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The book's greatest strength is its ability to structure all of this material as something not only coherent, but narrative: we move from the heady early days of Twin Peaks' breakneck first season and unexpected smash success to the troubled and still contentious drama behind season two, which failed to sustain the show's audience and resulted in the show's cancellation. At times assembling the various anecdotes to coalesce into a firm picture, at others allowing them to contradict one another as various participants recall circumstances in different fashion, Reflections creates just what its title suggests - an alluring yet fleeting examination of the rise and fall of a phenomenon.Read more ›
I found that reading the book was much like watching the show for me. The first half of the book that covers the genesis of the show through the end of season one was fantastic and totally drew me in. As the book covered later episodes in season two, much of my interest waned. Just like the series finale, this book finished quite strongly.
Twin Peaks is one of my all time favorite TV shows. I can never get enough of it. I am grateful to have this fantastic book to reveal so many secrets of what went into making the show.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The book was a good read, it came to my doorstep looking brand new. A friend commented on how soft the cover feltPublished 19 days ago by rodney edwards
Arrived damaged. Cover was full of stains and scuffs. Very disappointed as it was a gift.Published 1 month ago by Jenny Mills
So many delightfully surprisingly candid interviews. Obviously memories will be fuzzy after 25 years, but the differing viewpoints about certain events contributes to the aura of... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Nathan
Brad Dukes has done an amazing job of tracking down the many players from the Twin Peaks world. As a long time fan it was a delight to read more about the depth and history of the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Megan
This was an excellent book where the author was able to speak to many of the people involved with making Twin Peaks and getting it on the air. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Great background and insight into the people and processes behind the show. If you're the kind of person who's watched the whole of Twin Peaks more than once, you will really enjoy... Read morePublished 4 months ago by TTop
This book is a great read for the Twin Peaks fan. I really enjoyed learning more about the behind the scenes aspects of the show, and the bonus is that you are getting quotes... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Ken S