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By now you've heard the news that cult series Twin Peaks is making a triumphant return to TV in 2016 to celebrate its 25th anniversary. The news basically broke the Internet last week; the only way I'll believe you missed it is if A) you were in a coma until today, or B) you were stranded on a deserted island and you're reading this story on the airplane that just rescued you.

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I suspect that today's Twin Peaks news won't have quite the same effect, but for die-hard fans of the series, it might elicit some feelings that resemble excitement.

Are you ready? Okay, here it is: According to The Hollywood Reporter, Twin Peaks co-creator Mark Frost is writing a book titled The Secret Lives of Twin Peaks that will be released in late 2015, ahead of Showtime's upcoming reboot. Intended to give fans an inside look at what the show's characters have been up to for the last 25 years, the book also promises to offer a deeper look into the show's central mystery.

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"This has long been a dream project of mine that will bring a whole other aspect of the world of Twin Peaks to life, for old fans and new. I couldn't be more thrilled," Frost said in a statement.

The book will be available around the world. Currently there are publishers lined up in the U.K., Germany, Finland, Brazil, and Italy.

Are you excited to check out the book? Or will you just wait until someone on the internet compiles all of its useful information into one handy list?


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