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Here’s How You May Be Able To Download “The Secret History Of Twin Peaks” As An Audiobook For Free!

Listened to the 5-minute teaser and can’t wait to hear Kyle MacLachlan, David Patrick Kelly, Russ Tamblyn plus other former and new Twin Peaks cast members narrate The Secret History of Twin Peaks? That 8-disc physical release (Amazon) of the audiobook sure looks tempting, but you already bought the book and now you’re all about saving pennies for that Showtime subscription in 2017. I’m going to let you in on a little secret: you may be eligible to download those 9 hours and 33 minutes of audio bliss… for free!

Here’s the deal. If you’ve never subscribed to Audible before and live in one of the following countries, you can enroll for a free 1-month trial which gives you enough credit to download the unabridged digital download of Mark Frost’s “The Secret History Of Twin Peaks” free of charge.

Try Audible and Get Two Free Audiobooks

Alternative sign-up link: Audible.com

This should work worldwide. Go on, try it and please report back!

NOTE: According to Audible, the audiobook will be available for download starting 12:00 AM Pacific Time on October 18, 2016.

Bonus clip: Dale Cooper (Kyle MacLachlan) talks pies and coffee

And in case you want to avoid getting charged after 30 days, remember to cancel your subscription after listening or before the end of the trial period.

The Secret History of Twin Peaks Audiobook

The audiobook on CD includes a bonus PDF of images from Mark Frost’s book. Photo: Leo Collett.

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Here's How You May Be Able To Download “The Secret History Of Twin Peaks” As An Audiobook For Free!

Find out how you can potentially download the 9.5-hour audiobook version of “The Secret History Of Twin Peaks” free of charge.

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