Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Preview Audio Excerpt of Mark Frost's Twin Peaks: The Final Dossier (2017)

Mark Frost's novel Twin Peaks: The Final Dossier (2017) is the highly anticipated follow-up to his and David Lynch's TV revival Twin Peaks: The Return (2017) and his previously published novel which acted as a prologue for the revived series: The Secret History of Twin Peaks (2017). Although we do not know how many answers to expect, a recently released excerpt from the Audiobook below reveals the death of an integral character from Seasons 1 & 2 that was simply ignored completely in the recent third season.
SPOILER WARNING: Via an autopsy report originally made by Special Agent Albert Rosenfield and being narrated by Special Agent Tammy Preston, who is voiced in the Audiobook by Annie Wersching, who also voiced the character in the Audiobook of The Secret History of Twin Peaks.

Although we should probably avoid getting our hopes up about Mark Frost giving us all the details that were left conspicuously absent in the recently broadcast third season, Twin Peaks fans still hope crucial information left out of the show entirely will at least be addressed in The Final Dossier. Such as the infamous ending line of Season 2's 26 year cliffhanger: "How's Annie?"
Audible through Amazon has finally listed Twin Peaks: The Final Dossier with just a week to go before the official release on Halloween this upcoming Tuesday, October 31, 2017. As with The Secret History of Twin Peaks, it is expected that special voice guest stars will reprise some of their characters' roles from the series in the Audiobook itself.
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In addition to Mark Frost's Secret History and Final Dossier, another great book Twin Peaks fans should consider acquiring is Jennifer Lynch's remarkable Audiobook of The Secret Diary of Laura Palmer (1990), narrated by the one and only Laura Palmer herself: Sheryl Lee. You can read more of my thoughts on these books in my other articles here: Secret Diary, Secret History, and Final Dossier.



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