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I just finished the audio book. It's pretty amazing. I went with the free download because I was a bit disappointed by the first book. Where "Secret History" contained much information about tangentially-related events in the Twin Peaks universe, this book delivers what the prior dossier and Season 3 did not. It confirms a couple of my suspicions about the narrative and fills in a LOT of holes concerning other questions I had. Although I very much appreciate Season 3 for what it is, I find myself wishing more of this material had ended up in there. I was also happy that this book connects information discovered in the first dossier to the entire narrative. More than anything it really makes me wonder how Frost and Lynch chose what information to present in Season 3. All in all a very satisfying summation for this fan. 

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Posted : 31/10/2017 4:59 pm
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I am reading it now. WOW is right! So many answers!!! So much dare I say it, resolution....changing the way I look at the series. Audrey and Annie chapters in particular.

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Posted : 01/11/2017 9:02 am
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Posted by: cyndeewillow

I am reading it now. WOW is right! So many answers!!! So much dare I say it, resolution....changing the way I look at the series. Audrey and Annie chapters in particular.

Hi cyndee,

Well, there' still a few questions about Audrey, in my opinion.

But in general, yes, good info to be had here!  😉

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That's strange - even for Cooper

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Posted : 01/11/2017 12:46 pm
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Posted by: Ric Bissell
Posted by: cyndeewillow

I am reading it now. WOW is right! So many answers!!! So much dare I say it, resolution....changing the way I look at the series. Audrey and Annie chapters in particular.

Hi cyndee,

Well, there' still a few questions about Audrey, in my opinion.

But in general, yes, good info to be had here!  😉

- /< /\ /> -

Definitely. Confirms that some of us were onto Frost's intentions with the material in TPTR. I'm digging it. Still leaves plenty of mysteries as well, which is nice, too. For example, How much does Cole actually know? Not much much investigation into the Lodge entities either, etc. 

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Posted : 02/11/2017 8:48 pm
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Posted by: Caoimhín Shirey
Posted by: Ric Bissell
Posted by: cyndeewillow

I am reading it now. WOW is right! So many answers!!! So much dare I say it, resolution....changing the way I look at the series. Audrey and Annie chapters in particular.

Hi cyndee,

Well, there' still a few questions about Audrey, in my opinion.

But in general, yes, good info to be had here!  😉

Definitely. Confirms that some of us were onto Frost's intentions with the material in TPTR. I'm digging it. Still leaves plenty of mysteries as well, which is nice, too. For example, How much does Cole actually know? Not much much investigation into the Lodge entities either, etc. 

Hi  Caoimhín,

Yeah, I think the lack of information about the Lodge entities, et al., is because the book was written from hip-swayin' Tammy Preston's point of view.

Now what we need is an autobiography of Gordon (ol' King) Cole ghost(wood)written by Mark Frost.  They could call it It Doesn't Get Any Bluer: My Life on the FBI's Top Secret Blue Rose Task Force.  😉

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That's strange - even for Cooper

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Posted : 03/11/2017 9:48 am
Deja Lee, Joseph McMurty, dopplearb and 2 people liked
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It was entertaining how Tammy kept asking for Cole's approval and sometimes asking if he already knew something. I agree that the lack of Lodge entities is due to her ignorance of them. 

Love the title of Cole's auto! Frost, are you listening? 

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Posted : 03/11/2017 1:43 pm
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I've just finished reading it. Couldn't put it down! Thought it was fantastic and a great piece of closure. 

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Posted : 20/11/2017 4:38 pm
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