From the co-creator of the landmark series, the story millions of fans have been waiting to get their hands on for 25 long years.
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.
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With the occasional focus on the townspeople potentially not adding up to those uninitiated with the series, the novel could fall short on a few fronts...However, as supplementary material to the entire lore of the show and film, it is a wonderful addition and one that fans will hungrily delve into time and time again.Read Full Review of The Secret History of Twin Peaks
...Frost (finally!) tackles unanswered questions from the show’s finale. Sifting through all the documents can get a bit tedious, but for Peaks fans, it’s a treasure trove...Read Full Review of The Secret History of Twin Peaks
...Frost’s engrossing, exceedingly clever novel certainly doesn’t solve all of Twin Peaks’ mysteries, but who would want that? This large, elaborately produced, illustrated volume will be eagerly devoured by existing fans...Read Full Review of The Secret History of Twin Peaks
Secrets are kept, but their answers are known. Mysteries, on the other hand, likely have no answers. This history of Twin Peaks may be secret, but it brings back the mysteries that make it a place worth revisiting.Read Full Review of The Secret History of Twin Peaks
It re-introduces all the major elements of the show, sets up the next season, and fills in a lot of blanks for anyone who’s ever been interested in the evil that lurks in those woods.Read Full Review of The Secret History of Twin Peaks | See more reviews from National Post arts
If you love Twin Peaks, there is no way I can’t recommend this book to you, although it really is made for the hardcore fan. And if you were looking for answers to mysteries laid out by the series finale, except for a few (Audrey lives!) you’ll probably be disappointed. But hey, we have a whole new season of the show coming for all that.Read Full Review of The Secret History of Twin Peaks
‘The owls are not what they seem.’ I guess we already knew that, but as epistolary novels go, this is a fun diversion until the show proper returns next year.Read Full Review of The Secret History of Twin Peaks
The more you read on, the better it gets. With the mention of a Milford here, a Packard there and then a Martell, there’s plenty of back story and much more besides.Read Full Review of The Secret History of Twin Peaks
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