Another Twin Peaks cast announcement?!
This one is for the audio version of Mark Frost’s upcoming Twin Peaks novel, The Secret History of Twin Peaks, currently available for pre-order via Amazon and Book Depository.
UPDATE: Check here to see if you’re eligible to download the entire audiobook for free!
Voices from the original Twin Peaks cast:
- Kyle MacLachlan (Dale Cooper)
- Russ Tamblyn (Dr. Lawrence Jacoby, Robert Jacoby)
- Michael Horse (Deputy Hawk & Chief Joseph)
- Chris Mulkey (Hank Jennings)
- David Patrick Kelly (Gordon Cole, Major James Neely, Kenneth Arnold & Paul Lantz)
A few new Twin Peaks cast members:
- Amy Shiels (Mrs Paul Lantz, Norma Jennings, Audrey Horne & Margaret Lanterman)
- James Morrison (The Archivist)
- Robert Knepper (Douglas Milford)
Additional voices will be provided by Annie Wersching (24, The Vampire Diaries, Bosch) and Len Cariou (Blue Bloods, Sweeney Todd).
UPDATE: Mat Hostetler (Andrew Packard), Mark Frost (Cyril Pons, Dr. Dan Hayward & Dr. Will Hayward), Arthur Bishop and Ari Fliakos have been added to the reader credits.
The full cast audiobook, which has
an estimated runtime of 10 hours a listening length of 9 hours and 33 minutes, will be released the same day as the book, October 18, 2016, in two formats:
- An 8-disc CD release (Amazon/Book Depository)
- An Audible audio edition (which you may be able to download for free), also available on iTunes.
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Join us in counting down to the release of Mark Frost's Twin Peaks book filled with secrets!Posted by Welcome to Twin Peaks on Friday, February 19, 2016
A damn great news! Might pre-order this audio CD, after all.
Will it be available on the UK audible site?
soooooo verrrrrrrry nice!
So Hank is in the book…awesome.
I still hope we see Hank in the series. Hoping it’s a surprise return or something.
So, got the CD version but is there a track list of the CD tracks? Especially disk 8!