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eBook Autobiography of FBI Agent Dale Cooper ePub

by Scott Frost

  • ISBN: 014015714X
  • Category: Contemporary
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Scott Frost
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Penguin, New York (1991)
  • Pages: 240
  • ePub book: 1542 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1454 kb
  • Other: azw docx lrf lrf
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 327

Description

As heard by Scott Frost. Based upon characters created by. David Lynch and Mark Frost. for the Television series, 'Twin Peaks'.

As heard by Scott Frost. My dad had given me one of those model gas engine planes that fly around on control lines. It was one of those reel-to-reel jobs, and he was dragging along this bright yellow extension cord plugged into the house.

Autobiography of FBI Agent Dale Cooper. Author Scott Frost, brother of series co-creator Mark Frost, perfectly captures the turbulence an adolescent would experience both going through puberty and coming of age in the late 1960s and 1970s

Autobiography of FBI Agent Dale Cooper. Author Scott Frost, brother of series co-creator Mark Frost, perfectly captures the turbulence an adolescent would experience both going through puberty and coming of age in the late 1960s and 1970s. While the "autobiography" does not contain any spoilers for the show, it's best read after watching the series since it elaborates on elements of Cooper's background that forward the plot in certain episodes.

The Autobiography of FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper: My Life My Tapes This book is a slim volume that covers Cooper's childhood through the beginning of his career in Twin Peaks.

The Autobiography of FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper: My Life My Tapes. This book is a slim volume that covers Cooper's childhood through the beginning of his career in Twin Peaks. What is most fun about it is the ability for the book to stay true to Coop's character and even, believably, connect the tape-format and investigator narrative all the way back to his childhood. Its main grab is the full backstory of Windam Earl and the situation surrounding his enigmatic, Moriarty-like role in the series. It was written by Scott Frost, Mark Frost's Brother, who has been a successful writer in his own right.

The Autobiography of . Special Agent Dale Cooper is the second Twin Peaks novel, written by Scott Frost. The novel is presented as a collection of transcripts from Agent Dale Cooper's audio tapes, from his childhood to the day he is assigned to the Laura Palmer case.

The Twin Peaks Tapes of Agent Cooper. The Autobiography of . I Assembled by a mysterious archivist and annotated by FBI agent Tammy Preston, known throughout the book as TP, this enigmatic collection includes. ISBN 978-0-671-73573-9. Special Agent Dale Cooper: My Life, My Tapes is the second spin-off novel based on Twin Peaks. Assembled by a mysterious archivist and annotated by FBI agent Tammy Preston, known throughout the book as TP, this enigmatic collection includes undiscovered Lewis and Clark diary entries, UFO sightings, and personal journals of Twin Peaks residents, some of which answer unresolved plotlines from the show's second season.

Dale Cooper, effervescent and optimistic protagonist of TWIN PEAKS, had an obsession with making tapes long . If you love David Lynch & Mark Frost's masterpiece, then 'The Autobiography of FBI Agent Dale Cooper' is a must have.

Dale Cooper, effervescent and optimistic protagonist of TWIN PEAKS, had an obsession with making tapes long before he arrived at the mysterious Pacific Northwest town.

Yet that is also when series writer Scott Frost's Agent Cooper book My Life, My Tapes was released. Unlike The Secret Diary of Laura Palmer, Cooper's backstory was mostly unready by a waning fan base. Now the book commands top dollar on the secondary market.

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Comments

Sataxe Sataxe
When I heard there was a book on one of my favorite characters from Twin Peaks, I knew I had to get my hands on it.
The book is a short read but it provides TP fans with a more personal account of Cooper's history; as told to his tape recorder. If you're interested in Cooper's teenage years and college experience, get this now. It's also a perfect companion book to the Diary of Laura Palmer (which I have yet to read). Overall, I certainly enjoyed this autobiography and highly recommend it to other Cooper fans. This book is a good quick read, and contains Cooper's own youthful outlook on life. He encounters many interesting characters along his journey, which makes this book far from dull. If you're still hesitating on purchasing, then you're not much of a real TP/Cooper fan.
Opithris Opithris
If you liked the character of Dale Cooper, I think you'll love this book. A lovely addition to the show's canon that eased my post finale pain. The Secret Diary of Laura Palmer is a great read for Peaks fans as well.
Nejind Nejind
I am rereading all of my Twin Peaks spinoff books, audio, and rewatching the series for the hundredth time as preparation for reading the book I got the day it came out, The Secret History of Twin Peaks, and of course the new season that I will be getting a short-term Showtime subscription just to watch. While I had gone through this book a while ago, revisiting the universe is a joy.

This book is a slim volume that covers Cooper's childhood through the beginning of his career in Twin Peaks. What is most fun about it is the ability for the book to stay true to Coop's character and even, believably, connect the tape-format and investigator narrative all the way back to his childhood. Its main grab is the full backstory of Windam Earl and the situation surrounding his enigmatic, Moriarty-like role in the series.

It was written by Scott Frost, Mark Frost's Brother, who has been a successful writer in his own right. A pretty neat thing to keep these projects within the Lynch/Frost families, and considering they are actually talented it is wonderful that they pulled off something great for the Twin Peaks universe rather than ruin it as so many spinoffs do. It is a shame that there aren't more examples of successful multimedia-tie-ins between the internet, print, television, and audio (of course, there is also a different audiobook side story Written by Scott Frost and narrated by Kyle MacLachlan himself).

A fun read that is improved if you are as obsessed with the show as I am.