ROOM TO DREAM by David Lynch and Kristine McKenna

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ROOM TO DREAM is a unique look at the life of David Lynch, particularly in the way the book is organized.

Following Lynch’s life chronologically, writer Kristine McKenna interviews friends, family and co-workers about Lynch.

Then, each chapter is followed by Lynch himself commenting on the same period/events. It makes for some interesting bits (Mel Brooks insists Anthony Hopkins didn’t try to get Lynch fired from THE ELEPHANT MAN; Lynch insists he did), but more importantly it gives a fuller view of Lynch than one could get from either a straight bio or a memoir.

Strongly Recommended for Lynch fans.



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John Stephen Walsh

Writer of neo-noir (The Ruthless Son), end of the world/quasi-zombie horror (The Year of Silent Light), humor (Ebollionaire), and a short story collection (Love Has A Taste) on Kindle. Have worked in social services, retail, video, etc. etc. I love movies, film scores, and painting poorly.