I listened to this on audiobook when it first came out, not realizing it was really a visual account as well. Just finished actually reading it, and it impressed me even more.
I enjoy books that use a epistolary format (like Dracula) with letters and journal entries and newspaper clippings telling the story. While the format here, with a narrator commenting on another narrator commenting on documents was a little confusing at times, the underlying tale provided a fascinating back story for the town, people, and mystery of Twin Peaks. By the time I was done I was really looking forward to watching the 2017 miniseries, but knew that I really needed to start with the 1989-90 series, followed by the 1992 movie.
But I started Frost’s other new Twin Peaks book first. More on that soon.