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This review is from: The Secret Diary of Laura Palmer (A Twin Peaks Book) (Paperback)
I first came to this book in 1992, trying to satiate my cravings following the end of the tv series twin peaks, to which it is a kind of prequel. a friend lent me it and i was immediately transproted back to that surreal, hypnotic world with the eerie familiarity. the tv series spiralled further out of control the longer it went on and the book does not dissapoint in maintaining the confusion. there are some small indicators and hints as to the evil of the town and the susceptibility of laura, but it certainly is not a full blown expose. anyone who fears the reading the book will shatter the web of deceipt can rest easy and enjoy that uncomfortable feeling all over again. only this time it is in your room, with just a little light beside your bed, before you go to sleep, to dream of one-armed men, talking birds and the like...