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Mirkat Always Reading
Mirkat Always Reading rated it 1 year ago
The way I found this book was I was doing an online search to figure out what had just happened in the final episode of Twin Peaks the Return. I found a couple of articles that cited this book as filling in gaps and explaining some things that are suggested on the show but not fully explained. The s...
Tower of Iron Will
Tower of Iron Will rated it 2 years ago
The Final Dossier was written to be read only after watching the recent revival of the TV series. If you haven't watched the show there are massive spoilers in the book and the book will not make much sense. Given that the TV series did not make a lot of sense, that is saying a lot. The book is much...
Michael's Book Babble
Michael's Book Babble rated it 2 years ago
Holy crap. HOLY CRAP. Mark Frost's Twin Peaks: The Final Dossier answers so many questions after the revival, yet still leaves plenty of mystery for us. Of course, you have to decide if you want to find out some of these answers, or if you'd like to keep wondering. For this book will answer a ...
Tower of Iron Will
Tower of Iron Will rated it 3 years ago
A strange book, befitting a very strange TV show. The book purports to be a dossier of documents relating to the town of Twin Peaks, assembled by "the Archivist" with his commentary and with further annotation by an FBI agent assigned to analyze the dossier after its discovery. The first section of ...
EpidermaS
EpidermaS rated it 5 years ago
Najwidoczniej mam alergię na słowa „ektoplazma” i „elektroplazma” bo zanim drugie z nich pojawiło się w książce, dzielnie się trzymałam. Niestety, powalił mnie fragment: „–Proszę mówić dalej – powiedziała. Opisał jej podróż do Cambridge, swoje bliskie spotkanie z Bóg-wie-czym w gmachu wydziału an...
The Messenger Reviews
The Messenger Reviews rated it 6 years ago
When I saw this cover, I knew it was something I needed to look at. When I read the back, I knew it was something that I needed to read right away. Luckily, I was not let down. This book was far from perfect, but it still managed to be surprisingly good, and I found it difficult to put down. This bo...
Blogging Between the Lines
Blogging Between the Lines rated it 6 years ago
Adventure, humor, superpowers, and a mythological quest to save the world.I was very pleased with the second installment in the Paladin Prophecy series. Adventure, humor, superpowers, and a mythological quest to save the world make this a very entertaining series. First of all, the characters are re...
Dantastic Book Reviews
Dantastic Book Reviews rated it 6 years ago
Arthur Conan Doyle, doctor and aspiring author, witnesses black magic and murder at a seance. Soon, he finds himself on the run with Jack Sparks dragging him along. But is Jack Sparks an agent of the crown or an escaped mental patient? And why does a mysterious group want Doyle dead? And who are the...
Bettie's Books
Bettie's Books rated it 6 years ago
bookshelves: mystery-thriller, historical-fiction, teh-brillianz, one-penny-wonder, published-1993, victoriana, adventure, swashbuckler, doo-lally Read in July, 2008 ** spoiler alert ** Conan Doyle meets the person who will become his protagonist Sherlock Holmes.How much fun - Blavatsky (yeah, t...
hystericalcheezit
hystericalcheezit rated it 7 years ago
jesus fucking christ
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