Two Twin Peaks freaks revisit Jennifer Lynch’s surprisingly excellent 1990 tie-in book.
by Megan Burbank
With David Lynch’s Twin Peaks returning to TV this week, two Peaks freaks decided to revisit Jennifer Lynch’s surprisingly excellent 1990 tie-in book, The Secret Diary of Laura Palmer, an underappreciated account of abuse and survival that’s aged better than most of the show’s second season.
Laura Palmer's death and Fire Walk With Me are still relevant, according to Twin Peaks creator David Lynch. The post David Lynch: Laura Palmer’s Death Still Relevant to Twin Peaks Revival appeared first on CBR.com.
At 17, I owed my life to one woman—Jennifer Lynch. First, the eldest progeny of David Lynch published the Twin Peaks tie-in novel The Secret Diary of Laura Palmer, a steamy, fucked up romp through the life of television’s most famou...
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