Room to Dream

Room to Dream

In this memoir, David Lynch - co-creator of Twin Peaks and writer and director of groundbreaking films like Eraserhead, The Elephant Man, Blue Velvet and Mulholland Drive - opens up about a lifetime of extraordinary creativity, the friendships he has made along the way and the struggles he has faced - sometimes successful, sometimes not - to bring his projects to fruition. In this memoir, David Lynch - co-creator of Twin Peaks and writer and director of groundbreaking films like Eraserhead, T...

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Title:Room to Dream
Author:David Lynch
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Number of Pages:496 pages pages

Room to Dream Reviews

  • Elyse
    Jul 05, 2018

    ?When I picture Boise in my mind, I see euphoric 1950s chrome optimism?, David Lynch said. When he was 14, his family moved to Alexandria, Virginia. Though Lynch flourished as a high school student in Alexandria...leaving Boise is when the music stopped... but the 1950?s neve...

  • Eddie Watkins
    Jul 24, 2018

    ?When I picture Boise in my mind, I see euphoric 1950s chrome optimism?, David Lynch said. When he was 14, his family moved to Alexandria, Virginia. Though Lynch flourished as a high school student in Alexandria...leaving Boise is when the music stopped... but the 1950?s neve...

    ?Nobody is neutral on the subject of Lynch.? Truer words have never been written! Do you ever watch INLAND EMPIRE two or three times in a row and feel like you don?t understand the world anymore? Yeah, me neither? Then, reading this book, you?ll come across Noriko ...

    In depth analysis of David Lynch and his creative processes. Each section is composed of two parts, one a biography, the other, a memoir illuminating the former. I've always been curious as to why someone who hit it out of the park with Eraserhead and Elephant Man was such a poor choic...

    Straight off the bat I have to say: don't believe the way this book describes itself. Statements like "David Lynch opens up for the first time about a life lived in pursuit of his singular vision", "An unprecedented look into the personal and creative life of the visionary auteur David...

    I adore David Lynch; he is without doubt my favourite film maker and probably my biggest idol so it?s not surprising that I loved this book. David comes across as charming, unusual and creative and this is conveyed in the book really well and you get some wonderful insight in to his ...

    Repetitive and somewhat boring, though there are great anecdotes sprinkled throughout. I think the problem is Lynch has never really changed since he was a kid, which is a good thing because Lynch as he is is great, but it makes for a rather boring and repetitive memoir/biography - eve...

  • Randy
    Jul 07, 2018

    ?When I picture Boise in my mind, I see euphoric 1950s chrome optimism?, David Lynch said. When he was 14, his family moved to Alexandria, Virginia. Though Lynch flourished as a high school student in Alexandria...leaving Boise is when the music stopped... but the 1950?s neve...

    ?Nobody is neutral on the subject of Lynch.? Truer words have never been written! Do you ever watch INLAND EMPIRE two or three times in a row and feel like you don?t understand the world anymore? Yeah, me neither? Then, reading this book, you?ll come across Noriko ...

    In depth analysis of David Lynch and his creative processes. Each section is composed of two parts, one a biography, the other, a memoir illuminating the former. I've always been curious as to why someone who hit it out of the park with Eraserhead and Elephant Man was such a poor choic...

    Straight off the bat I have to say: don't believe the way this book describes itself. Statements like "David Lynch opens up for the first time about a life lived in pursuit of his singular vision", "An unprecedented look into the personal and creative life of the visionary auteur David...

    I adore David Lynch; he is without doubt my favourite film maker and probably my biggest idol so it?s not surprising that I loved this book. David comes across as charming, unusual and creative and this is conveyed in the book really well and you get some wonderful insight in to his ...

    Repetitive and somewhat boring, though there are great anecdotes sprinkled throughout. I think the problem is Lynch has never really changed since he was a kid, which is a good thing because Lynch as he is is great, but it makes for a rather boring and repetitive memoir/biography - eve...

    ?A fascinating look into an endlessly imaginative and alarming man.? Otago Daily Times ?[A] memorable portrait of one of cinema?s great auteurs?It provides a remarkable insight into Lynch?s intense commitment to the ?art life?.? Guardian ?Traditional and c...

    I?ve been a big fan of David lynch since forever, seen his movies and twin peaks multiple times! There?s just so many layers in his work, and the mood you get when watching is something else! So when this book came out, I just needed it! David is truly one of a kind,and getting t...

    After reading this, I still don?t know how he made the baby from Eraserhead. Seriously though, any of the real questions I had were left unanswered. The criticisms about gender within Lynch?s movies were never addressed, though the treatment of his wives was quite telling in a p...

    It's a hagiography, but surely you need no convincing. Despite the often gushing biography narrative, there are some doozy anecdotes. Marlon Brando drives round hungry but there's only a tomato and a banana in the fridge: not to worry, Marlon tucks in. (Bit of salt on the tomato, sorte...

    ? ????? ???????? ?????????: ?????? ?????? ??????????? ? ???? ??????, ????? ???????? ??????? ???????? ?? ???????? ?????????, ????? ???????? ????? ?????? ?? ?...

    WELCOME TO LYNCHLAND Everything you didn't know you wanted to know about David Lynch, his life, art and films. This is a fascinating and enlightening book. It helps of course if you're familiar with his movies (and his music) but even if you're not you should get a lot out of this r...

  • Ana
    Jul 04, 2018

    ?When I picture Boise in my mind, I see euphoric 1950s chrome optimism?, David Lynch said. When he was 14, his family moved to Alexandria, Virginia. Though Lynch flourished as a high school student in Alexandria...leaving Boise is when the music stopped... but the 1950?s neve...

    ?Nobody is neutral on the subject of Lynch.? Truer words have never been written! Do you ever watch INLAND EMPIRE two or three times in a row and feel like you don?t understand the world anymore? Yeah, me neither? Then, reading this book, you?ll come across Noriko ...

  • Kasa Cotugno
    May 29, 2018

    ?When I picture Boise in my mind, I see euphoric 1950s chrome optimism?, David Lynch said. When he was 14, his family moved to Alexandria, Virginia. Though Lynch flourished as a high school student in Alexandria...leaving Boise is when the music stopped... but the 1950?s neve...

    ?Nobody is neutral on the subject of Lynch.? Truer words have never been written! Do you ever watch INLAND EMPIRE two or three times in a row and feel like you don?t understand the world anymore? Yeah, me neither? Then, reading this book, you?ll come across Noriko ...

    In depth analysis of David Lynch and his creative processes. Each section is composed of two parts, one a biography, the other, a memoir illuminating the former. I've always been curious as to why someone who hit it out of the park with Eraserhead and Elephant Man was such a poor choic...

  • Sean Kennedy
    Jul 18, 2018

    ?When I picture Boise in my mind, I see euphoric 1950s chrome optimism?, David Lynch said. When he was 14, his family moved to Alexandria, Virginia. Though Lynch flourished as a high school student in Alexandria...leaving Boise is when the music stopped... but the 1950?s neve...

    ?Nobody is neutral on the subject of Lynch.? Truer words have never been written! Do you ever watch INLAND EMPIRE two or three times in a row and feel like you don?t understand the world anymore? Yeah, me neither? Then, reading this book, you?ll come across Noriko ...

    In depth analysis of David Lynch and his creative processes. Each section is composed of two parts, one a biography, the other, a memoir illuminating the former. I've always been curious as to why someone who hit it out of the park with Eraserhead and Elephant Man was such a poor choic...

    Straight off the bat I have to say: don't believe the way this book describes itself. Statements like "David Lynch opens up for the first time about a life lived in pursuit of his singular vision", "An unprecedented look into the personal and creative life of the visionary auteur David...

    I adore David Lynch; he is without doubt my favourite film maker and probably my biggest idol so it?s not surprising that I loved this book. David comes across as charming, unusual and creative and this is conveyed in the book really well and you get some wonderful insight in to his ...

    Repetitive and somewhat boring, though there are great anecdotes sprinkled throughout. I think the problem is Lynch has never really changed since he was a kid, which is a good thing because Lynch as he is is great, but it makes for a rather boring and repetitive memoir/biography - eve...

    ?A fascinating look into an endlessly imaginative and alarming man.? Otago Daily Times ?[A] memorable portrait of one of cinema?s great auteurs?It provides a remarkable insight into Lynch?s intense commitment to the ?art life?.? Guardian ?Traditional and c...

    I?ve been a big fan of David lynch since forever, seen his movies and twin peaks multiple times! There?s just so many layers in his work, and the mood you get when watching is something else! So when this book came out, I just needed it! David is truly one of a kind,and getting t...

    After reading this, I still don?t know how he made the baby from Eraserhead. Seriously though, any of the real questions I had were left unanswered. The criticisms about gender within Lynch?s movies were never addressed, though the treatment of his wives was quite telling in a p...

    It's a hagiography, but surely you need no convincing. Despite the often gushing biography narrative, there are some doozy anecdotes. Marlon Brando drives round hungry but there's only a tomato and a banana in the fridge: not to worry, Marlon tucks in. (Bit of salt on the tomato, sorte...

    ? ????? ???????? ?????????: ?????? ?????? ??????????? ? ???? ??????, ????? ???????? ??????? ???????? ?? ???????? ?????????, ????? ???????? ????? ?????? ?? ?...

    WELCOME TO LYNCHLAND Everything you didn't know you wanted to know about David Lynch, his life, art and films. This is a fascinating and enlightening book. It helps of course if you're familiar with his movies (and his music) but even if you're not you should get a lot out of this r...

    For people who love to read how artist, actors, and writer's grew, struggled, fought heaven and hell to be as famous as they have become, this book is for them. David Lynch has been a terrific writer and famous for his share of the TV Show Twin Peaks. I won this in a goodreads giveaway...

    I loved the formatting of this memoir - McKenna does your standard biographical text with interviews of those who knew Lynch, and Lynch responds to it with his own version of events. The devil is in the details, and Lynch is as Lynch as Lynch can be in his responses. ...

  • Sherrie
    Jun 12, 2018

    ?When I picture Boise in my mind, I see euphoric 1950s chrome optimism?, David Lynch said. When he was 14, his family moved to Alexandria, Virginia. Though Lynch flourished as a high school student in Alexandria...leaving Boise is when the music stopped... but the 1950?s neve...

    ?Nobody is neutral on the subject of Lynch.? Truer words have never been written! Do you ever watch INLAND EMPIRE two or three times in a row and feel like you don?t understand the world anymore? Yeah, me neither? Then, reading this book, you?ll come across Noriko ...

    In depth analysis of David Lynch and his creative processes. Each section is composed of two parts, one a biography, the other, a memoir illuminating the former. I've always been curious as to why someone who hit it out of the park with Eraserhead and Elephant Man was such a poor choic...

    Straight off the bat I have to say: don't believe the way this book describes itself. Statements like "David Lynch opens up for the first time about a life lived in pursuit of his singular vision", "An unprecedented look into the personal and creative life of the visionary auteur David...

    I adore David Lynch; he is without doubt my favourite film maker and probably my biggest idol so it?s not surprising that I loved this book. David comes across as charming, unusual and creative and this is conveyed in the book really well and you get some wonderful insight in to his ...

    Repetitive and somewhat boring, though there are great anecdotes sprinkled throughout. I think the problem is Lynch has never really changed since he was a kid, which is a good thing because Lynch as he is is great, but it makes for a rather boring and repetitive memoir/biography - eve...

    ?A fascinating look into an endlessly imaginative and alarming man.? Otago Daily Times ?[A] memorable portrait of one of cinema?s great auteurs?It provides a remarkable insight into Lynch?s intense commitment to the ?art life?.? Guardian ?Traditional and c...

    I?ve been a big fan of David lynch since forever, seen his movies and twin peaks multiple times! There?s just so many layers in his work, and the mood you get when watching is something else! So when this book came out, I just needed it! David is truly one of a kind,and getting t...

    After reading this, I still don?t know how he made the baby from Eraserhead. Seriously though, any of the real questions I had were left unanswered. The criticisms about gender within Lynch?s movies were never addressed, though the treatment of his wives was quite telling in a p...

    It's a hagiography, but surely you need no convincing. Despite the often gushing biography narrative, there are some doozy anecdotes. Marlon Brando drives round hungry but there's only a tomato and a banana in the fridge: not to worry, Marlon tucks in. (Bit of salt on the tomato, sorte...

    ? ????? ???????? ?????????: ?????? ?????? ??????????? ? ???? ??????, ????? ???????? ??????? ???????? ?? ???????? ?????????, ????? ???????? ????? ?????? ?? ?...

    WELCOME TO LYNCHLAND Everything you didn't know you wanted to know about David Lynch, his life, art and films. This is a fascinating and enlightening book. It helps of course if you're familiar with his movies (and his music) but even if you're not you should get a lot out of this r...

    For people who love to read how artist, actors, and writer's grew, struggled, fought heaven and hell to be as famous as they have become, this book is for them. David Lynch has been a terrific writer and famous for his share of the TV Show Twin Peaks. I won this in a goodreads giveaway...

    I loved the formatting of this memoir - McKenna does your standard biographical text with interviews of those who knew Lynch, and Lynch responds to it with his own version of events. The devil is in the details, and Lynch is as Lynch as Lynch can be in his responses. ...

    Of course, there are plenty of great anecdotes throughout, but the pile-up of compliments begins to grate about 300 pages in. We get it! David Lynch is a great guy! "Saint David" might have been a more appropriate title. ...

    Absolutely a must read for Lynch fans. Totally absorbing. That said, it?s kind of hard to imagine anyone without a lot of admiration for and knowledge of Lynch loving this. For everyone else, an incredible read. Truly an original American voice which, for all kinds of reasons (di...

    Reviewed this one here for NPR Books. But here's the short version: I learned a lot about David Lynch's personal history from this book, and especially about his habit of ending long-term relationships by taking up with a new woman behind the old one's back, then eventually telling the...

    ?Room to Dream? by David Lynch and Kristine McKenna is structured as a conversation about his life with the reader. This book is a storyteller at his best, recalling the stories of his life, the events that made him the complex person that he is. Readers want to know every detail. ...

    Wow what a read this is. I was completely enthralled and entranced. Being a big fan of David Lynch's work I was very excited to read this new biography/memoir hybrid. The design of the book works really well and everything flows naturally. The biography portions were lovingly writt...

    What is a dream, and when it's gone what exactly did we actually possess or witness? Only David Lynch would co-write a book like this. Room to dream is both a biography and a memoir as Kristine McKenna writes passages of his life which are then followed by lynch's reaction to those ...

    It will come as no surprise to those familiar with the work of artist and filmmaker David Lynch that his approach to an autobiography would be unconventional. Each chapter of Room to Dream is actually two. In the first, Kristine McKenna has crafted a conventional biography of Lynch, wi...

    3.5 leaning towards 4 maybe? If you're expecting to find out how the baby was made in Eraserhead or the nature of the rift between him and Michael J. Anderson, you should look elsewhere. "This book is a chronicle of things that happened," the authors explain in the introduction, ...

    Filmmaker David Lynch notoriously eludes talking about his work, so a nearly 600-page memoir is quite a surprise. In an effort to create a definitive biography, Lynch and coauthor Kristine McKenna have produced ROOM TO DREAM , a tantalizing hybrid of biography and autobiography. McKenn...

    Lightweight but fun account of the making of David Lynch. Feels like the text to a nonexistent self-made Lynch coffee table book. ...

    Room to Dream by David Lynch is a big book - almost 500 pages, and thoroughly worth it! What a ride and what a story, David Lynch is as creative in the telling of himself as he is in creativing amazing scripts. Two things I loved besides the story is one, chapter titles listed - I did ...

  • Alex
    Jul 01, 2018

    ?When I picture Boise in my mind, I see euphoric 1950s chrome optimism?, David Lynch said. When he was 14, his family moved to Alexandria, Virginia. Though Lynch flourished as a high school student in Alexandria...leaving Boise is when the music stopped... but the 1950?s neve...

    ?Nobody is neutral on the subject of Lynch.? Truer words have never been written! Do you ever watch INLAND EMPIRE two or three times in a row and feel like you don?t understand the world anymore? Yeah, me neither? Then, reading this book, you?ll come across Noriko ...

    In depth analysis of David Lynch and his creative processes. Each section is composed of two parts, one a biography, the other, a memoir illuminating the former. I've always been curious as to why someone who hit it out of the park with Eraserhead and Elephant Man was such a poor choic...

    Straight off the bat I have to say: don't believe the way this book describes itself. Statements like "David Lynch opens up for the first time about a life lived in pursuit of his singular vision", "An unprecedented look into the personal and creative life of the visionary auteur David...

    I adore David Lynch; he is without doubt my favourite film maker and probably my biggest idol so it?s not surprising that I loved this book. David comes across as charming, unusual and creative and this is conveyed in the book really well and you get some wonderful insight in to his ...

    Repetitive and somewhat boring, though there are great anecdotes sprinkled throughout. I think the problem is Lynch has never really changed since he was a kid, which is a good thing because Lynch as he is is great, but it makes for a rather boring and repetitive memoir/biography - eve...

    ?A fascinating look into an endlessly imaginative and alarming man.? Otago Daily Times ?[A] memorable portrait of one of cinema?s great auteurs?It provides a remarkable insight into Lynch?s intense commitment to the ?art life?.? Guardian ?Traditional and c...

    I?ve been a big fan of David lynch since forever, seen his movies and twin peaks multiple times! There?s just so many layers in his work, and the mood you get when watching is something else! So when this book came out, I just needed it! David is truly one of a kind,and getting t...

    After reading this, I still don?t know how he made the baby from Eraserhead. Seriously though, any of the real questions I had were left unanswered. The criticisms about gender within Lynch?s movies were never addressed, though the treatment of his wives was quite telling in a p...

    It's a hagiography, but surely you need no convincing. Despite the often gushing biography narrative, there are some doozy anecdotes. Marlon Brando drives round hungry but there's only a tomato and a banana in the fridge: not to worry, Marlon tucks in. (Bit of salt on the tomato, sorte...

    ? ????? ???????? ?????????: ?????? ?????? ??????????? ? ???? ??????, ????? ???????? ??????? ???????? ?? ???????? ?????????, ????? ???????? ????? ?????? ?? ?...

    WELCOME TO LYNCHLAND Everything you didn't know you wanted to know about David Lynch, his life, art and films. This is a fascinating and enlightening book. It helps of course if you're familiar with his movies (and his music) but even if you're not you should get a lot out of this r...

    For people who love to read how artist, actors, and writer's grew, struggled, fought heaven and hell to be as famous as they have become, this book is for them. David Lynch has been a terrific writer and famous for his share of the TV Show Twin Peaks. I won this in a goodreads giveaway...

    I loved the formatting of this memoir - McKenna does your standard biographical text with interviews of those who knew Lynch, and Lynch responds to it with his own version of events. The devil is in the details, and Lynch is as Lynch as Lynch can be in his responses. ...

    Of course, there are plenty of great anecdotes throughout, but the pile-up of compliments begins to grate about 300 pages in. We get it! David Lynch is a great guy! "Saint David" might have been a more appropriate title. ...

    Absolutely a must read for Lynch fans. Totally absorbing. That said, it?s kind of hard to imagine anyone without a lot of admiration for and knowledge of Lynch loving this. For everyone else, an incredible read. Truly an original American voice which, for all kinds of reasons (di...

    Reviewed this one here for NPR Books. But here's the short version: I learned a lot about David Lynch's personal history from this book, and especially about his habit of ending long-term relationships by taking up with a new woman behind the old one's back, then eventually telling the...

    ?Room to Dream? by David Lynch and Kristine McKenna is structured as a conversation about his life with the reader. This book is a storyteller at his best, recalling the stories of his life, the events that made him the complex person that he is. Readers want to know every detail. ...

    Wow what a read this is. I was completely enthralled and entranced. Being a big fan of David Lynch's work I was very excited to read this new biography/memoir hybrid. The design of the book works really well and everything flows naturally. The biography portions were lovingly writt...

    What is a dream, and when it's gone what exactly did we actually possess or witness? Only David Lynch would co-write a book like this. Room to dream is both a biography and a memoir as Kristine McKenna writes passages of his life which are then followed by lynch's reaction to those ...

    It will come as no surprise to those familiar with the work of artist and filmmaker David Lynch that his approach to an autobiography would be unconventional. Each chapter of Room to Dream is actually two. In the first, Kristine McKenna has crafted a conventional biography of Lynch, wi...

    3.5 leaning towards 4 maybe? If you're expecting to find out how the baby was made in Eraserhead or the nature of the rift between him and Michael J. Anderson, you should look elsewhere. "This book is a chronicle of things that happened," the authors explain in the introduction, ...

    Filmmaker David Lynch notoriously eludes talking about his work, so a nearly 600-page memoir is quite a surprise. In an effort to create a definitive biography, Lynch and coauthor Kristine McKenna have produced ROOM TO DREAM , a tantalizing hybrid of biography and autobiography. McKenn...

    Lightweight but fun account of the making of David Lynch. Feels like the text to a nonexistent self-made Lynch coffee table book. ...

    Room to Dream by David Lynch is a big book - almost 500 pages, and thoroughly worth it! What a ride and what a story, David Lynch is as creative in the telling of himself as he is in creativing amazing scripts. Two things I loved besides the story is one, chapter titles listed - I did ...

    This book is like spending an afternoon with an old relative and listening to his stories, the same stories he's already told you a million times. You're so familiar with these anecdotes you know all the pauses, all the analogies and punchlines your old relative has perfected over the ...

    This book will be a big hit with passionate David Lynch fans and serious film scholars, but for the rest of us, it's not a very compelling read. The format is clever, with chapters alternating between traditional, third-person-style biography provided by Kristine McKenna and first-...

    David Lynch is friend to everyone he ever meets. Even the people who he has cut out of his life, sometimes ruthlessly, still speak fondly of him. He has an energy that people who he works with latch on to. He?s the sort of man you?d probably agree to work with regardless of the cir...

  • Christopher Beckett
    Aug 18, 2018

    ?When I picture Boise in my mind, I see euphoric 1950s chrome optimism?, David Lynch said. When he was 14, his family moved to Alexandria, Virginia. Though Lynch flourished as a high school student in Alexandria...leaving Boise is when the music stopped... but the 1950?s neve...

    ?Nobody is neutral on the subject of Lynch.? Truer words have never been written! Do you ever watch INLAND EMPIRE two or three times in a row and feel like you don?t understand the world anymore? Yeah, me neither? Then, reading this book, you?ll come across Noriko ...

    In depth analysis of David Lynch and his creative processes. Each section is composed of two parts, one a biography, the other, a memoir illuminating the former. I've always been curious as to why someone who hit it out of the park with Eraserhead and Elephant Man was such a poor choic...

    Straight off the bat I have to say: don't believe the way this book describes itself. Statements like "David Lynch opens up for the first time about a life lived in pursuit of his singular vision", "An unprecedented look into the personal and creative life of the visionary auteur David...

    I adore David Lynch; he is without doubt my favourite film maker and probably my biggest idol so it?s not surprising that I loved this book. David comes across as charming, unusual and creative and this is conveyed in the book really well and you get some wonderful insight in to his ...

    Repetitive and somewhat boring, though there are great anecdotes sprinkled throughout. I think the problem is Lynch has never really changed since he was a kid, which is a good thing because Lynch as he is is great, but it makes for a rather boring and repetitive memoir/biography - eve...

    ?A fascinating look into an endlessly imaginative and alarming man.? Otago Daily Times ?[A] memorable portrait of one of cinema?s great auteurs?It provides a remarkable insight into Lynch?s intense commitment to the ?art life?.? Guardian ?Traditional and c...

    I?ve been a big fan of David lynch since forever, seen his movies and twin peaks multiple times! There?s just so many layers in his work, and the mood you get when watching is something else! So when this book came out, I just needed it! David is truly one of a kind,and getting t...

    After reading this, I still don?t know how he made the baby from Eraserhead. Seriously though, any of the real questions I had were left unanswered. The criticisms about gender within Lynch?s movies were never addressed, though the treatment of his wives was quite telling in a p...

    It's a hagiography, but surely you need no convincing. Despite the often gushing biography narrative, there are some doozy anecdotes. Marlon Brando drives round hungry but there's only a tomato and a banana in the fridge: not to worry, Marlon tucks in. (Bit of salt on the tomato, sorte...

    ? ????? ???????? ?????????: ?????? ?????? ??????????? ? ???? ??????, ????? ???????? ??????? ???????? ?? ???????? ?????????, ????? ???????? ????? ?????? ?? ?...

    WELCOME TO LYNCHLAND Everything you didn't know you wanted to know about David Lynch, his life, art and films. This is a fascinating and enlightening book. It helps of course if you're familiar with his movies (and his music) but even if you're not you should get a lot out of this r...

    For people who love to read how artist, actors, and writer's grew, struggled, fought heaven and hell to be as famous as they have become, this book is for them. David Lynch has been a terrific writer and famous for his share of the TV Show Twin Peaks. I won this in a goodreads giveaway...

    I loved the formatting of this memoir - McKenna does your standard biographical text with interviews of those who knew Lynch, and Lynch responds to it with his own version of events. The devil is in the details, and Lynch is as Lynch as Lynch can be in his responses. ...

    Of course, there are plenty of great anecdotes throughout, but the pile-up of compliments begins to grate about 300 pages in. We get it! David Lynch is a great guy! "Saint David" might have been a more appropriate title. ...

    Absolutely a must read for Lynch fans. Totally absorbing. That said, it?s kind of hard to imagine anyone without a lot of admiration for and knowledge of Lynch loving this. For everyone else, an incredible read. Truly an original American voice which, for all kinds of reasons (di...

    Reviewed this one here for NPR Books. But here's the short version: I learned a lot about David Lynch's personal history from this book, and especially about his habit of ending long-term relationships by taking up with a new woman behind the old one's back, then eventually telling the...

    ?Room to Dream? by David Lynch and Kristine McKenna is structured as a conversation about his life with the reader. This book is a storyteller at his best, recalling the stories of his life, the events that made him the complex person that he is. Readers want to know every detail. ...

    Wow what a read this is. I was completely enthralled and entranced. Being a big fan of David Lynch's work I was very excited to read this new biography/memoir hybrid. The design of the book works really well and everything flows naturally. The biography portions were lovingly writt...

    What is a dream, and when it's gone what exactly did we actually possess or witness? Only David Lynch would co-write a book like this. Room to dream is both a biography and a memoir as Kristine McKenna writes passages of his life which are then followed by lynch's reaction to those ...

    It will come as no surprise to those familiar with the work of artist and filmmaker David Lynch that his approach to an autobiography would be unconventional. Each chapter of Room to Dream is actually two. In the first, Kristine McKenna has crafted a conventional biography of Lynch, wi...

  • Barry Hammond
    Sep 03, 2018

    ?When I picture Boise in my mind, I see euphoric 1950s chrome optimism?, David Lynch said. When he was 14, his family moved to Alexandria, Virginia. Though Lynch flourished as a high school student in Alexandria...leaving Boise is when the music stopped... but the 1950?s neve...

    ?Nobody is neutral on the subject of Lynch.? Truer words have never been written! Do you ever watch INLAND EMPIRE two or three times in a row and feel like you don?t understand the world anymore? Yeah, me neither? Then, reading this book, you?ll come across Noriko ...

    In depth analysis of David Lynch and his creative processes. Each section is composed of two parts, one a biography, the other, a memoir illuminating the former. I've always been curious as to why someone who hit it out of the park with Eraserhead and Elephant Man was such a poor choic...

    Straight off the bat I have to say: don't believe the way this book describes itself. Statements like "David Lynch opens up for the first time about a life lived in pursuit of his singular vision", "An unprecedented look into the personal and creative life of the visionary auteur David...

    I adore David Lynch; he is without doubt my favourite film maker and probably my biggest idol so it?s not surprising that I loved this book. David comes across as charming, unusual and creative and this is conveyed in the book really well and you get some wonderful insight in to his ...

    Repetitive and somewhat boring, though there are great anecdotes sprinkled throughout. I think the problem is Lynch has never really changed since he was a kid, which is a good thing because Lynch as he is is great, but it makes for a rather boring and repetitive memoir/biography - eve...

    ?A fascinating look into an endlessly imaginative and alarming man.? Otago Daily Times ?[A] memorable portrait of one of cinema?s great auteurs?It provides a remarkable insight into Lynch?s intense commitment to the ?art life?.? Guardian ?Traditional and c...

    I?ve been a big fan of David lynch since forever, seen his movies and twin peaks multiple times! There?s just so many layers in his work, and the mood you get when watching is something else! So when this book came out, I just needed it! David is truly one of a kind,and getting t...

    After reading this, I still don?t know how he made the baby from Eraserhead. Seriously though, any of the real questions I had were left unanswered. The criticisms about gender within Lynch?s movies were never addressed, though the treatment of his wives was quite telling in a p...

    It's a hagiography, but surely you need no convincing. Despite the often gushing biography narrative, there are some doozy anecdotes. Marlon Brando drives round hungry but there's only a tomato and a banana in the fridge: not to worry, Marlon tucks in. (Bit of salt on the tomato, sorte...

    ? ????? ???????? ?????????: ?????? ?????? ??????????? ? ???? ??????, ????? ???????? ??????? ???????? ?? ???????? ?????????, ????? ???????? ????? ?????? ?? ?...

    WELCOME TO LYNCHLAND Everything you didn't know you wanted to know about David Lynch, his life, art and films. This is a fascinating and enlightening book. It helps of course if you're familiar with his movies (and his music) but even if you're not you should get a lot out of this r...

    For people who love to read how artist, actors, and writer's grew, struggled, fought heaven and hell to be as famous as they have become, this book is for them. David Lynch has been a terrific writer and famous for his share of the TV Show Twin Peaks. I won this in a goodreads giveaway...

    I loved the formatting of this memoir - McKenna does your standard biographical text with interviews of those who knew Lynch, and Lynch responds to it with his own version of events. The devil is in the details, and Lynch is as Lynch as Lynch can be in his responses. ...

    Of course, there are plenty of great anecdotes throughout, but the pile-up of compliments begins to grate about 300 pages in. We get it! David Lynch is a great guy! "Saint David" might have been a more appropriate title. ...

    Absolutely a must read for Lynch fans. Totally absorbing. That said, it?s kind of hard to imagine anyone without a lot of admiration for and knowledge of Lynch loving this. For everyone else, an incredible read. Truly an original American voice which, for all kinds of reasons (di...

    Reviewed this one here for NPR Books. But here's the short version: I learned a lot about David Lynch's personal history from this book, and especially about his habit of ending long-term relationships by taking up with a new woman behind the old one's back, then eventually telling the...

    ?Room to Dream? by David Lynch and Kristine McKenna is structured as a conversation about his life with the reader. This book is a storyteller at his best, recalling the stories of his life, the events that made him the complex person that he is. Readers want to know every detail. ...

    Wow what a read this is. I was completely enthralled and entranced. Being a big fan of David Lynch's work I was very excited to read this new biography/memoir hybrid. The design of the book works really well and everything flows naturally. The biography portions were lovingly writt...

    What is a dream, and when it's gone what exactly did we actually possess or witness? Only David Lynch would co-write a book like this. Room to dream is both a biography and a memoir as Kristine McKenna writes passages of his life which are then followed by lynch's reaction to those ...

    It will come as no surprise to those familiar with the work of artist and filmmaker David Lynch that his approach to an autobiography would be unconventional. Each chapter of Room to Dream is actually two. In the first, Kristine McKenna has crafted a conventional biography of Lynch, wi...

    3.5 leaning towards 4 maybe? If you're expecting to find out how the baby was made in Eraserhead or the nature of the rift between him and Michael J. Anderson, you should look elsewhere. "This book is a chronicle of things that happened," the authors explain in the introduction, ...

    Filmmaker David Lynch notoriously eludes talking about his work, so a nearly 600-page memoir is quite a surprise. In an effort to create a definitive biography, Lynch and coauthor Kristine McKenna have produced ROOM TO DREAM , a tantalizing hybrid of biography and autobiography. McKenn...

    Lightweight but fun account of the making of David Lynch. Feels like the text to a nonexistent self-made Lynch coffee table book. ...

    Room to Dream by David Lynch is a big book - almost 500 pages, and thoroughly worth it! What a ride and what a story, David Lynch is as creative in the telling of himself as he is in creativing amazing scripts. Two things I loved besides the story is one, chapter titles listed - I did ...

    This book is like spending an afternoon with an old relative and listening to his stories, the same stories he's already told you a million times. You're so familiar with these anecdotes you know all the pauses, all the analogies and punchlines your old relative has perfected over the ...

    This book will be a big hit with passionate David Lynch fans and serious film scholars, but for the rest of us, it's not a very compelling read. The format is clever, with chapters alternating between traditional, third-person-style biography provided by Kristine McKenna and first-...

    David Lynch is friend to everyone he ever meets. Even the people who he has cut out of his life, sometimes ruthlessly, still speak fondly of him. He has an energy that people who he works with latch on to. He?s the sort of man you?d probably agree to work with regardless of the cir...

    People know David Lynch as the director of such unique films as Eraserhead, The Elephant Man, Dune, Blue Velvet, Mulholland Drive, The Straight Story, Inland Empire or the television series Twin Peaks, Twin Peaks: The Return (and the film Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me), but what they m...

  • Michael Lisk
    Jul 30, 2018

    ?When I picture Boise in my mind, I see euphoric 1950s chrome optimism?, David Lynch said. When he was 14, his family moved to Alexandria, Virginia. Though Lynch flourished as a high school student in Alexandria...leaving Boise is when the music stopped... but the 1950?s neve...

    ?Nobody is neutral on the subject of Lynch.? Truer words have never been written! Do you ever watch INLAND EMPIRE two or three times in a row and feel like you don?t understand the world anymore? Yeah, me neither? Then, reading this book, you?ll come across Noriko ...

    In depth analysis of David Lynch and his creative processes. Each section is composed of two parts, one a biography, the other, a memoir illuminating the former. I've always been curious as to why someone who hit it out of the park with Eraserhead and Elephant Man was such a poor choic...

    Straight off the bat I have to say: don't believe the way this book describes itself. Statements like "David Lynch opens up for the first time about a life lived in pursuit of his singular vision", "An unprecedented look into the personal and creative life of the visionary auteur David...

    I adore David Lynch; he is without doubt my favourite film maker and probably my biggest idol so it?s not surprising that I loved this book. David comes across as charming, unusual and creative and this is conveyed in the book really well and you get some wonderful insight in to his ...

    Repetitive and somewhat boring, though there are great anecdotes sprinkled throughout. I think the problem is Lynch has never really changed since he was a kid, which is a good thing because Lynch as he is is great, but it makes for a rather boring and repetitive memoir/biography - eve...

    ?A fascinating look into an endlessly imaginative and alarming man.? Otago Daily Times ?[A] memorable portrait of one of cinema?s great auteurs?It provides a remarkable insight into Lynch?s intense commitment to the ?art life?.? Guardian ?Traditional and c...

    I?ve been a big fan of David lynch since forever, seen his movies and twin peaks multiple times! There?s just so many layers in his work, and the mood you get when watching is something else! So when this book came out, I just needed it! David is truly one of a kind,and getting t...

    After reading this, I still don?t know how he made the baby from Eraserhead. Seriously though, any of the real questions I had were left unanswered. The criticisms about gender within Lynch?s movies were never addressed, though the treatment of his wives was quite telling in a p...

    It's a hagiography, but surely you need no convincing. Despite the often gushing biography narrative, there are some doozy anecdotes. Marlon Brando drives round hungry but there's only a tomato and a banana in the fridge: not to worry, Marlon tucks in. (Bit of salt on the tomato, sorte...

    ? ????? ???????? ?????????: ?????? ?????? ??????????? ? ???? ??????, ????? ???????? ??????? ???????? ?? ???????? ?????????, ????? ???????? ????? ?????? ?? ?...

    WELCOME TO LYNCHLAND Everything you didn't know you wanted to know about David Lynch, his life, art and films. This is a fascinating and enlightening book. It helps of course if you're familiar with his movies (and his music) but even if you're not you should get a lot out of this r...

    For people who love to read how artist, actors, and writer's grew, struggled, fought heaven and hell to be as famous as they have become, this book is for them. David Lynch has been a terrific writer and famous for his share of the TV Show Twin Peaks. I won this in a goodreads giveaway...

    I loved the formatting of this memoir - McKenna does your standard biographical text with interviews of those who knew Lynch, and Lynch responds to it with his own version of events. The devil is in the details, and Lynch is as Lynch as Lynch can be in his responses. ...

    Of course, there are plenty of great anecdotes throughout, but the pile-up of compliments begins to grate about 300 pages in. We get it! David Lynch is a great guy! "Saint David" might have been a more appropriate title. ...

  • Kevin
    Jun 19, 2018

    ?When I picture Boise in my mind, I see euphoric 1950s chrome optimism?, David Lynch said. When he was 14, his family moved to Alexandria, Virginia. Though Lynch flourished as a high school student in Alexandria...leaving Boise is when the music stopped... but the 1950?s neve...

    ?Nobody is neutral on the subject of Lynch.? Truer words have never been written! Do you ever watch INLAND EMPIRE two or three times in a row and feel like you don?t understand the world anymore? Yeah, me neither? Then, reading this book, you?ll come across Noriko ...

    In depth analysis of David Lynch and his creative processes. Each section is composed of two parts, one a biography, the other, a memoir illuminating the former. I've always been curious as to why someone who hit it out of the park with Eraserhead and Elephant Man was such a poor choic...

    Straight off the bat I have to say: don't believe the way this book describes itself. Statements like "David Lynch opens up for the first time about a life lived in pursuit of his singular vision", "An unprecedented look into the personal and creative life of the visionary auteur David...

    I adore David Lynch; he is without doubt my favourite film maker and probably my biggest idol so it?s not surprising that I loved this book. David comes across as charming, unusual and creative and this is conveyed in the book really well and you get some wonderful insight in to his ...

    Repetitive and somewhat boring, though there are great anecdotes sprinkled throughout. I think the problem is Lynch has never really changed since he was a kid, which is a good thing because Lynch as he is is great, but it makes for a rather boring and repetitive memoir/biography - eve...

    ?A fascinating look into an endlessly imaginative and alarming man.? Otago Daily Times ?[A] memorable portrait of one of cinema?s great auteurs?It provides a remarkable insight into Lynch?s intense commitment to the ?art life?.? Guardian ?Traditional and c...

    I?ve been a big fan of David lynch since forever, seen his movies and twin peaks multiple times! There?s just so many layers in his work, and the mood you get when watching is something else! So when this book came out, I just needed it! David is truly one of a kind,and getting t...

    After reading this, I still don?t know how he made the baby from Eraserhead. Seriously though, any of the real questions I had were left unanswered. The criticisms about gender within Lynch?s movies were never addressed, though the treatment of his wives was quite telling in a p...

    It's a hagiography, but surely you need no convincing. Despite the often gushing biography narrative, there are some doozy anecdotes. Marlon Brando drives round hungry but there's only a tomato and a banana in the fridge: not to worry, Marlon tucks in. (Bit of salt on the tomato, sorte...

    ? ????? ???????? ?????????: ?????? ?????? ??????????? ? ???? ??????, ????? ???????? ??????? ???????? ?? ???????? ?????????, ????? ???????? ????? ?????? ?? ?...

    WELCOME TO LYNCHLAND Everything you didn't know you wanted to know about David Lynch, his life, art and films. This is a fascinating and enlightening book. It helps of course if you're familiar with his movies (and his music) but even if you're not you should get a lot out of this r...

    For people who love to read how artist, actors, and writer's grew, struggled, fought heaven and hell to be as famous as they have become, this book is for them. David Lynch has been a terrific writer and famous for his share of the TV Show Twin Peaks. I won this in a goodreads giveaway...

    I loved the formatting of this memoir - McKenna does your standard biographical text with interviews of those who knew Lynch, and Lynch responds to it with his own version of events. The devil is in the details, and Lynch is as Lynch as Lynch can be in his responses. ...

    Of course, there are plenty of great anecdotes throughout, but the pile-up of compliments begins to grate about 300 pages in. We get it! David Lynch is a great guy! "Saint David" might have been a more appropriate title. ...

    Absolutely a must read for Lynch fans. Totally absorbing. That said, it?s kind of hard to imagine anyone without a lot of admiration for and knowledge of Lynch loving this. For everyone else, an incredible read. Truly an original American voice which, for all kinds of reasons (di...

    Reviewed this one here for NPR Books. But here's the short version: I learned a lot about David Lynch's personal history from this book, and especially about his habit of ending long-term relationships by taking up with a new woman behind the old one's back, then eventually telling the...

    ?Room to Dream? by David Lynch and Kristine McKenna is structured as a conversation about his life with the reader. This book is a storyteller at his best, recalling the stories of his life, the events that made him the complex person that he is. Readers want to know every detail. ...

    Wow what a read this is. I was completely enthralled and entranced. Being a big fan of David Lynch's work I was very excited to read this new biography/memoir hybrid. The design of the book works really well and everything flows naturally. The biography portions were lovingly writt...

    What is a dream, and when it's gone what exactly did we actually possess or witness? Only David Lynch would co-write a book like this. Room to dream is both a biography and a memoir as Kristine McKenna writes passages of his life which are then followed by lynch's reaction to those ...

    It will come as no surprise to those familiar with the work of artist and filmmaker David Lynch that his approach to an autobiography would be unconventional. Each chapter of Room to Dream is actually two. In the first, Kristine McKenna has crafted a conventional biography of Lynch, wi...

    3.5 leaning towards 4 maybe? If you're expecting to find out how the baby was made in Eraserhead or the nature of the rift between him and Michael J. Anderson, you should look elsewhere. "This book is a chronicle of things that happened," the authors explain in the introduction, ...

    Filmmaker David Lynch notoriously eludes talking about his work, so a nearly 600-page memoir is quite a surprise. In an effort to create a definitive biography, Lynch and coauthor Kristine McKenna have produced ROOM TO DREAM , a tantalizing hybrid of biography and autobiography. McKenn...

  • Matthew Wilder
    Jun 29, 2018

    ?When I picture Boise in my mind, I see euphoric 1950s chrome optimism?, David Lynch said. When he was 14, his family moved to Alexandria, Virginia. Though Lynch flourished as a high school student in Alexandria...leaving Boise is when the music stopped... but the 1950?s neve...

    ?Nobody is neutral on the subject of Lynch.? Truer words have never been written! Do you ever watch INLAND EMPIRE two or three times in a row and feel like you don?t understand the world anymore? Yeah, me neither? Then, reading this book, you?ll come across Noriko ...

    In depth analysis of David Lynch and his creative processes. Each section is composed of two parts, one a biography, the other, a memoir illuminating the former. I've always been curious as to why someone who hit it out of the park with Eraserhead and Elephant Man was such a poor choic...

    Straight off the bat I have to say: don't believe the way this book describes itself. Statements like "David Lynch opens up for the first time about a life lived in pursuit of his singular vision", "An unprecedented look into the personal and creative life of the visionary auteur David...

    I adore David Lynch; he is without doubt my favourite film maker and probably my biggest idol so it?s not surprising that I loved this book. David comes across as charming, unusual and creative and this is conveyed in the book really well and you get some wonderful insight in to his ...

    Repetitive and somewhat boring, though there are great anecdotes sprinkled throughout. I think the problem is Lynch has never really changed since he was a kid, which is a good thing because Lynch as he is is great, but it makes for a rather boring and repetitive memoir/biography - eve...

    ?A fascinating look into an endlessly imaginative and alarming man.? Otago Daily Times ?[A] memorable portrait of one of cinema?s great auteurs?It provides a remarkable insight into Lynch?s intense commitment to the ?art life?.? Guardian ?Traditional and c...

    I?ve been a big fan of David lynch since forever, seen his movies and twin peaks multiple times! There?s just so many layers in his work, and the mood you get when watching is something else! So when this book came out, I just needed it! David is truly one of a kind,and getting t...

    After reading this, I still don?t know how he made the baby from Eraserhead. Seriously though, any of the real questions I had were left unanswered. The criticisms about gender within Lynch?s movies were never addressed, though the treatment of his wives was quite telling in a p...

    It's a hagiography, but surely you need no convincing. Despite the often gushing biography narrative, there are some doozy anecdotes. Marlon Brando drives round hungry but there's only a tomato and a banana in the fridge: not to worry, Marlon tucks in. (Bit of salt on the tomato, sorte...

    ? ????? ???????? ?????????: ?????? ?????? ??????????? ? ???? ??????, ????? ???????? ??????? ???????? ?? ???????? ?????????, ????? ???????? ????? ?????? ?? ?...

    WELCOME TO LYNCHLAND Everything you didn't know you wanted to know about David Lynch, his life, art and films. This is a fascinating and enlightening book. It helps of course if you're familiar with his movies (and his music) but even if you're not you should get a lot out of this r...

    For people who love to read how artist, actors, and writer's grew, struggled, fought heaven and hell to be as famous as they have become, this book is for them. David Lynch has been a terrific writer and famous for his share of the TV Show Twin Peaks. I won this in a goodreads giveaway...

    I loved the formatting of this memoir - McKenna does your standard biographical text with interviews of those who knew Lynch, and Lynch responds to it with his own version of events. The devil is in the details, and Lynch is as Lynch as Lynch can be in his responses. ...

    Of course, there are plenty of great anecdotes throughout, but the pile-up of compliments begins to grate about 300 pages in. We get it! David Lynch is a great guy! "Saint David" might have been a more appropriate title. ...

    Absolutely a must read for Lynch fans. Totally absorbing. That said, it?s kind of hard to imagine anyone without a lot of admiration for and knowledge of Lynch loving this. For everyone else, an incredible read. Truly an original American voice which, for all kinds of reasons (di...

    Reviewed this one here for NPR Books. But here's the short version: I learned a lot about David Lynch's personal history from this book, and especially about his habit of ending long-term relationships by taking up with a new woman behind the old one's back, then eventually telling the...

    ?Room to Dream? by David Lynch and Kristine McKenna is structured as a conversation about his life with the reader. This book is a storyteller at his best, recalling the stories of his life, the events that made him the complex person that he is. Readers want to know every detail. ...

    Wow what a read this is. I was completely enthralled and entranced. Being a big fan of David Lynch's work I was very excited to read this new biography/memoir hybrid. The design of the book works really well and everything flows naturally. The biography portions were lovingly writt...

    What is a dream, and when it's gone what exactly did we actually possess or witness? Only David Lynch would co-write a book like this. Room to dream is both a biography and a memoir as Kristine McKenna writes passages of his life which are then followed by lynch's reaction to those ...

    It will come as no surprise to those familiar with the work of artist and filmmaker David Lynch that his approach to an autobiography would be unconventional. Each chapter of Room to Dream is actually two. In the first, Kristine McKenna has crafted a conventional biography of Lynch, wi...

    3.5 leaning towards 4 maybe? If you're expecting to find out how the baby was made in Eraserhead or the nature of the rift between him and Michael J. Anderson, you should look elsewhere. "This book is a chronicle of things that happened," the authors explain in the introduction, ...

    Filmmaker David Lynch notoriously eludes talking about his work, so a nearly 600-page memoir is quite a surprise. In an effort to create a definitive biography, Lynch and coauthor Kristine McKenna have produced ROOM TO DREAM , a tantalizing hybrid of biography and autobiography. McKenn...

    Lightweight but fun account of the making of David Lynch. Feels like the text to a nonexistent self-made Lynch coffee table book. ...

  • Lee Monks
    Jul 04, 2018

    ?When I picture Boise in my mind, I see euphoric 1950s chrome optimism?, David Lynch said. When he was 14, his family moved to Alexandria, Virginia. Though Lynch flourished as a high school student in Alexandria...leaving Boise is when the music stopped... but the 1950?s neve...

    ?Nobody is neutral on the subject of Lynch.? Truer words have never been written! Do you ever watch INLAND EMPIRE two or three times in a row and feel like you don?t understand the world anymore? Yeah, me neither? Then, reading this book, you?ll come across Noriko ...

    In depth analysis of David Lynch and his creative processes. Each section is composed of two parts, one a biography, the other, a memoir illuminating the former. I've always been curious as to why someone who hit it out of the park with Eraserhead and Elephant Man was such a poor choic...

    Straight off the bat I have to say: don't believe the way this book describes itself. Statements like "David Lynch opens up for the first time about a life lived in pursuit of his singular vision", "An unprecedented look into the personal and creative life of the visionary auteur David...

    I adore David Lynch; he is without doubt my favourite film maker and probably my biggest idol so it?s not surprising that I loved this book. David comes across as charming, unusual and creative and this is conveyed in the book really well and you get some wonderful insight in to his ...

    Repetitive and somewhat boring, though there are great anecdotes sprinkled throughout. I think the problem is Lynch has never really changed since he was a kid, which is a good thing because Lynch as he is is great, but it makes for a rather boring and repetitive memoir/biography - eve...

    ?A fascinating look into an endlessly imaginative and alarming man.? Otago Daily Times ?[A] memorable portrait of one of cinema?s great auteurs?It provides a remarkable insight into Lynch?s intense commitment to the ?art life?.? Guardian ?Traditional and c...

    I?ve been a big fan of David lynch since forever, seen his movies and twin peaks multiple times! There?s just so many layers in his work, and the mood you get when watching is something else! So when this book came out, I just needed it! David is truly one of a kind,and getting t...

    After reading this, I still don?t know how he made the baby from Eraserhead. Seriously though, any of the real questions I had were left unanswered. The criticisms about gender within Lynch?s movies were never addressed, though the treatment of his wives was quite telling in a p...

    It's a hagiography, but surely you need no convincing. Despite the often gushing biography narrative, there are some doozy anecdotes. Marlon Brando drives round hungry but there's only a tomato and a banana in the fridge: not to worry, Marlon tucks in. (Bit of salt on the tomato, sorte...

  • Daniel
    Jun 16, 2018

    ?When I picture Boise in my mind, I see euphoric 1950s chrome optimism?, David Lynch said. When he was 14, his family moved to Alexandria, Virginia. Though Lynch flourished as a high school student in Alexandria...leaving Boise is when the music stopped... but the 1950?s neve...

    ?Nobody is neutral on the subject of Lynch.? Truer words have never been written! Do you ever watch INLAND EMPIRE two or three times in a row and feel like you don?t understand the world anymore? Yeah, me neither? Then, reading this book, you?ll come across Noriko ...

    In depth analysis of David Lynch and his creative processes. Each section is composed of two parts, one a biography, the other, a memoir illuminating the former. I've always been curious as to why someone who hit it out of the park with Eraserhead and Elephant Man was such a poor choic...

    Straight off the bat I have to say: don't believe the way this book describes itself. Statements like "David Lynch opens up for the first time about a life lived in pursuit of his singular vision", "An unprecedented look into the personal and creative life of the visionary auteur David...

    I adore David Lynch; he is without doubt my favourite film maker and probably my biggest idol so it?s not surprising that I loved this book. David comes across as charming, unusual and creative and this is conveyed in the book really well and you get some wonderful insight in to his ...

    Repetitive and somewhat boring, though there are great anecdotes sprinkled throughout. I think the problem is Lynch has never really changed since he was a kid, which is a good thing because Lynch as he is is great, but it makes for a rather boring and repetitive memoir/biography - eve...

    ?A fascinating look into an endlessly imaginative and alarming man.? Otago Daily Times ?[A] memorable portrait of one of cinema?s great auteurs?It provides a remarkable insight into Lynch?s intense commitment to the ?art life?.? Guardian ?Traditional and c...

    I?ve been a big fan of David lynch since forever, seen his movies and twin peaks multiple times! There?s just so many layers in his work, and the mood you get when watching is something else! So when this book came out, I just needed it! David is truly one of a kind,and getting t...

    After reading this, I still don?t know how he made the baby from Eraserhead. Seriously though, any of the real questions I had were left unanswered. The criticisms about gender within Lynch?s movies were never addressed, though the treatment of his wives was quite telling in a p...

    It's a hagiography, but surely you need no convincing. Despite the often gushing biography narrative, there are some doozy anecdotes. Marlon Brando drives round hungry but there's only a tomato and a banana in the fridge: not to worry, Marlon tucks in. (Bit of salt on the tomato, sorte...

    ? ????? ???????? ?????????: ?????? ?????? ??????????? ? ???? ??????, ????? ???????? ??????? ???????? ?? ???????? ?????????, ????? ???????? ????? ?????? ?? ?...

    WELCOME TO LYNCHLAND Everything you didn't know you wanted to know about David Lynch, his life, art and films. This is a fascinating and enlightening book. It helps of course if you're familiar with his movies (and his music) but even if you're not you should get a lot out of this r...

    For people who love to read how artist, actors, and writer's grew, struggled, fought heaven and hell to be as famous as they have become, this book is for them. David Lynch has been a terrific writer and famous for his share of the TV Show Twin Peaks. I won this in a goodreads giveaway...

    I loved the formatting of this memoir - McKenna does your standard biographical text with interviews of those who knew Lynch, and Lynch responds to it with his own version of events. The devil is in the details, and Lynch is as Lynch as Lynch can be in his responses. ...

    Of course, there are plenty of great anecdotes throughout, but the pile-up of compliments begins to grate about 300 pages in. We get it! David Lynch is a great guy! "Saint David" might have been a more appropriate title. ...

    Absolutely a must read for Lynch fans. Totally absorbing. That said, it?s kind of hard to imagine anyone without a lot of admiration for and knowledge of Lynch loving this. For everyone else, an incredible read. Truly an original American voice which, for all kinds of reasons (di...

  • Serhiy
    Jul 22, 2018

    ?When I picture Boise in my mind, I see euphoric 1950s chrome optimism?, David Lynch said. When he was 14, his family moved to Alexandria, Virginia. Though Lynch flourished as a high school student in Alexandria...leaving Boise is when the music stopped... but the 1950?s neve...

    ?Nobody is neutral on the subject of Lynch.? Truer words have never been written! Do you ever watch INLAND EMPIRE two or three times in a row and feel like you don?t understand the world anymore? Yeah, me neither? Then, reading this book, you?ll come across Noriko ...

    In depth analysis of David Lynch and his creative processes. Each section is composed of two parts, one a biography, the other, a memoir illuminating the former. I've always been curious as to why someone who hit it out of the park with Eraserhead and Elephant Man was such a poor choic...

    Straight off the bat I have to say: don't believe the way this book describes itself. Statements like "David Lynch opens up for the first time about a life lived in pursuit of his singular vision", "An unprecedented look into the personal and creative life of the visionary auteur David...

    I adore David Lynch; he is without doubt my favourite film maker and probably my biggest idol so it?s not surprising that I loved this book. David comes across as charming, unusual and creative and this is conveyed in the book really well and you get some wonderful insight in to his ...

    Repetitive and somewhat boring, though there are great anecdotes sprinkled throughout. I think the problem is Lynch has never really changed since he was a kid, which is a good thing because Lynch as he is is great, but it makes for a rather boring and repetitive memoir/biography - eve...

    ?A fascinating look into an endlessly imaginative and alarming man.? Otago Daily Times ?[A] memorable portrait of one of cinema?s great auteurs?It provides a remarkable insight into Lynch?s intense commitment to the ?art life?.? Guardian ?Traditional and c...

    I?ve been a big fan of David lynch since forever, seen his movies and twin peaks multiple times! There?s just so many layers in his work, and the mood you get when watching is something else! So when this book came out, I just needed it! David is truly one of a kind,and getting t...

    After reading this, I still don?t know how he made the baby from Eraserhead. Seriously though, any of the real questions I had were left unanswered. The criticisms about gender within Lynch?s movies were never addressed, though the treatment of his wives was quite telling in a p...

    It's a hagiography, but surely you need no convincing. Despite the often gushing biography narrative, there are some doozy anecdotes. Marlon Brando drives round hungry but there's only a tomato and a banana in the fridge: not to worry, Marlon tucks in. (Bit of salt on the tomato, sorte...

    ? ????? ???????? ?????????: ?????? ?????? ??????????? ? ???? ??????, ????? ???????? ??????? ???????? ?? ???????? ?????????, ????? ???????? ????? ?????? ?? ?...

  • Carolyn
    Apr 26, 2018

    ?When I picture Boise in my mind, I see euphoric 1950s chrome optimism?, David Lynch said. When he was 14, his family moved to Alexandria, Virginia. Though Lynch flourished as a high school student in Alexandria...leaving Boise is when the music stopped... but the 1950?s neve...

    ?Nobody is neutral on the subject of Lynch.? Truer words have never been written! Do you ever watch INLAND EMPIRE two or three times in a row and feel like you don?t understand the world anymore? Yeah, me neither? Then, reading this book, you?ll come across Noriko ...

    In depth analysis of David Lynch and his creative processes. Each section is composed of two parts, one a biography, the other, a memoir illuminating the former. I've always been curious as to why someone who hit it out of the park with Eraserhead and Elephant Man was such a poor choic...

    Straight off the bat I have to say: don't believe the way this book describes itself. Statements like "David Lynch opens up for the first time about a life lived in pursuit of his singular vision", "An unprecedented look into the personal and creative life of the visionary auteur David...

    I adore David Lynch; he is without doubt my favourite film maker and probably my biggest idol so it?s not surprising that I loved this book. David comes across as charming, unusual and creative and this is conveyed in the book really well and you get some wonderful insight in to his ...

    Repetitive and somewhat boring, though there are great anecdotes sprinkled throughout. I think the problem is Lynch has never really changed since he was a kid, which is a good thing because Lynch as he is is great, but it makes for a rather boring and repetitive memoir/biography - eve...

    ?A fascinating look into an endlessly imaginative and alarming man.? Otago Daily Times ?[A] memorable portrait of one of cinema?s great auteurs?It provides a remarkable insight into Lynch?s intense commitment to the ?art life?.? Guardian ?Traditional and c...

    I?ve been a big fan of David lynch since forever, seen his movies and twin peaks multiple times! There?s just so many layers in his work, and the mood you get when watching is something else! So when this book came out, I just needed it! David is truly one of a kind,and getting t...

    After reading this, I still don?t know how he made the baby from Eraserhead. Seriously though, any of the real questions I had were left unanswered. The criticisms about gender within Lynch?s movies were never addressed, though the treatment of his wives was quite telling in a p...

    It's a hagiography, but surely you need no convincing. Despite the often gushing biography narrative, there are some doozy anecdotes. Marlon Brando drives round hungry but there's only a tomato and a banana in the fridge: not to worry, Marlon tucks in. (Bit of salt on the tomato, sorte...

    ? ????? ???????? ?????????: ?????? ?????? ??????????? ? ???? ??????, ????? ???????? ??????? ???????? ?? ???????? ?????????, ????? ???????? ????? ?????? ?? ?...

    WELCOME TO LYNCHLAND Everything you didn't know you wanted to know about David Lynch, his life, art and films. This is a fascinating and enlightening book. It helps of course if you're familiar with his movies (and his music) but even if you're not you should get a lot out of this r...

    For people who love to read how artist, actors, and writer's grew, struggled, fought heaven and hell to be as famous as they have become, this book is for them. David Lynch has been a terrific writer and famous for his share of the TV Show Twin Peaks. I won this in a goodreads giveaway...

  • Tasha Robinson
    Jun 26, 2018

    ?When I picture Boise in my mind, I see euphoric 1950s chrome optimism?, David Lynch said. When he was 14, his family moved to Alexandria, Virginia. Though Lynch flourished as a high school student in Alexandria...leaving Boise is when the music stopped... but the 1950?s neve...

    ?Nobody is neutral on the subject of Lynch.? Truer words have never been written! Do you ever watch INLAND EMPIRE two or three times in a row and feel like you don?t understand the world anymore? Yeah, me neither? Then, reading this book, you?ll come across Noriko ...

    In depth analysis of David Lynch and his creative processes. Each section is composed of two parts, one a biography, the other, a memoir illuminating the former. I've always been curious as to why someone who hit it out of the park with Eraserhead and Elephant Man was such a poor choic...

    Straight off the bat I have to say: don't believe the way this book describes itself. Statements like "David Lynch opens up for the first time about a life lived in pursuit of his singular vision", "An unprecedented look into the personal and creative life of the visionary auteur David...

    I adore David Lynch; he is without doubt my favourite film maker and probably my biggest idol so it?s not surprising that I loved this book. David comes across as charming, unusual and creative and this is conveyed in the book really well and you get some wonderful insight in to his ...

    Repetitive and somewhat boring, though there are great anecdotes sprinkled throughout. I think the problem is Lynch has never really changed since he was a kid, which is a good thing because Lynch as he is is great, but it makes for a rather boring and repetitive memoir/biography - eve...

    ?A fascinating look into an endlessly imaginative and alarming man.? Otago Daily Times ?[A] memorable portrait of one of cinema?s great auteurs?It provides a remarkable insight into Lynch?s intense commitment to the ?art life?.? Guardian ?Traditional and c...

    I?ve been a big fan of David lynch since forever, seen his movies and twin peaks multiple times! There?s just so many layers in his work, and the mood you get when watching is something else! So when this book came out, I just needed it! David is truly one of a kind,and getting t...

    After reading this, I still don?t know how he made the baby from Eraserhead. Seriously though, any of the real questions I had were left unanswered. The criticisms about gender within Lynch?s movies were never addressed, though the treatment of his wives was quite telling in a p...

    It's a hagiography, but surely you need no convincing. Despite the often gushing biography narrative, there are some doozy anecdotes. Marlon Brando drives round hungry but there's only a tomato and a banana in the fridge: not to worry, Marlon tucks in. (Bit of salt on the tomato, sorte...

    ? ????? ???????? ?????????: ?????? ?????? ??????????? ? ???? ??????, ????? ???????? ??????? ???????? ?? ???????? ?????????, ????? ???????? ????? ?????? ?? ?...

    WELCOME TO LYNCHLAND Everything you didn't know you wanted to know about David Lynch, his life, art and films. This is a fascinating and enlightening book. It helps of course if you're familiar with his movies (and his music) but even if you're not you should get a lot out of this r...

    For people who love to read how artist, actors, and writer's grew, struggled, fought heaven and hell to be as famous as they have become, this book is for them. David Lynch has been a terrific writer and famous for his share of the TV Show Twin Peaks. I won this in a goodreads giveaway...

    I loved the formatting of this memoir - McKenna does your standard biographical text with interviews of those who knew Lynch, and Lynch responds to it with his own version of events. The devil is in the details, and Lynch is as Lynch as Lynch can be in his responses. ...

    Of course, there are plenty of great anecdotes throughout, but the pile-up of compliments begins to grate about 300 pages in. We get it! David Lynch is a great guy! "Saint David" might have been a more appropriate title. ...

    Absolutely a must read for Lynch fans. Totally absorbing. That said, it?s kind of hard to imagine anyone without a lot of admiration for and knowledge of Lynch loving this. For everyone else, an incredible read. Truly an original American voice which, for all kinds of reasons (di...

    Reviewed this one here for NPR Books. But here's the short version: I learned a lot about David Lynch's personal history from this book, and especially about his habit of ending long-term relationships by taking up with a new woman behind the old one's back, then eventually telling the...

  • Text Publishing
    Jun 14, 2018

    ?When I picture Boise in my mind, I see euphoric 1950s chrome optimism?, David Lynch said. When he was 14, his family moved to Alexandria, Virginia. Though Lynch flourished as a high school student in Alexandria...leaving Boise is when the music stopped... but the 1950?s neve...

    ?Nobody is neutral on the subject of Lynch.? Truer words have never been written! Do you ever watch INLAND EMPIRE two or three times in a row and feel like you don?t understand the world anymore? Yeah, me neither? Then, reading this book, you?ll come across Noriko ...

    In depth analysis of David Lynch and his creative processes. Each section is composed of two parts, one a biography, the other, a memoir illuminating the former. I've always been curious as to why someone who hit it out of the park with Eraserhead and Elephant Man was such a poor choic...

    Straight off the bat I have to say: don't believe the way this book describes itself. Statements like "David Lynch opens up for the first time about a life lived in pursuit of his singular vision", "An unprecedented look into the personal and creative life of the visionary auteur David...

    I adore David Lynch; he is without doubt my favourite film maker and probably my biggest idol so it?s not surprising that I loved this book. David comes across as charming, unusual and creative and this is conveyed in the book really well and you get some wonderful insight in to his ...

    Repetitive and somewhat boring, though there are great anecdotes sprinkled throughout. I think the problem is Lynch has never really changed since he was a kid, which is a good thing because Lynch as he is is great, but it makes for a rather boring and repetitive memoir/biography - eve...

    ?A fascinating look into an endlessly imaginative and alarming man.? Otago Daily Times ?[A] memorable portrait of one of cinema?s great auteurs?It provides a remarkable insight into Lynch?s intense commitment to the ?art life?.? Guardian ?Traditional and c...

  • Spencer
    Jun 30, 2018

    ?When I picture Boise in my mind, I see euphoric 1950s chrome optimism?, David Lynch said. When he was 14, his family moved to Alexandria, Virginia. Though Lynch flourished as a high school student in Alexandria...leaving Boise is when the music stopped... but the 1950?s neve...

    ?Nobody is neutral on the subject of Lynch.? Truer words have never been written! Do you ever watch INLAND EMPIRE two or three times in a row and feel like you don?t understand the world anymore? Yeah, me neither? Then, reading this book, you?ll come across Noriko ...

    In depth analysis of David Lynch and his creative processes. Each section is composed of two parts, one a biography, the other, a memoir illuminating the former. I've always been curious as to why someone who hit it out of the park with Eraserhead and Elephant Man was such a poor choic...

    Straight off the bat I have to say: don't believe the way this book describes itself. Statements like "David Lynch opens up for the first time about a life lived in pursuit of his singular vision", "An unprecedented look into the personal and creative life of the visionary auteur David...

    I adore David Lynch; he is without doubt my favourite film maker and probably my biggest idol so it?s not surprising that I loved this book. David comes across as charming, unusual and creative and this is conveyed in the book really well and you get some wonderful insight in to his ...

  • Kristen
    May 30, 2018

    ?When I picture Boise in my mind, I see euphoric 1950s chrome optimism?, David Lynch said. When he was 14, his family moved to Alexandria, Virginia. Though Lynch flourished as a high school student in Alexandria...leaving Boise is when the music stopped... but the 1950?s neve...

    ?Nobody is neutral on the subject of Lynch.? Truer words have never been written! Do you ever watch INLAND EMPIRE two or three times in a row and feel like you don?t understand the world anymore? Yeah, me neither? Then, reading this book, you?ll come across Noriko ...

    In depth analysis of David Lynch and his creative processes. Each section is composed of two parts, one a biography, the other, a memoir illuminating the former. I've always been curious as to why someone who hit it out of the park with Eraserhead and Elephant Man was such a poor choic...

    Straight off the bat I have to say: don't believe the way this book describes itself. Statements like "David Lynch opens up for the first time about a life lived in pursuit of his singular vision", "An unprecedented look into the personal and creative life of the visionary auteur David...

    I adore David Lynch; he is without doubt my favourite film maker and probably my biggest idol so it?s not surprising that I loved this book. David comes across as charming, unusual and creative and this is conveyed in the book really well and you get some wonderful insight in to his ...

    Repetitive and somewhat boring, though there are great anecdotes sprinkled throughout. I think the problem is Lynch has never really changed since he was a kid, which is a good thing because Lynch as he is is great, but it makes for a rather boring and repetitive memoir/biography - eve...

    ?A fascinating look into an endlessly imaginative and alarming man.? Otago Daily Times ?[A] memorable portrait of one of cinema?s great auteurs?It provides a remarkable insight into Lynch?s intense commitment to the ?art life?.? Guardian ?Traditional and c...

    I?ve been a big fan of David lynch since forever, seen his movies and twin peaks multiple times! There?s just so many layers in his work, and the mood you get when watching is something else! So when this book came out, I just needed it! David is truly one of a kind,and getting t...

    After reading this, I still don?t know how he made the baby from Eraserhead. Seriously though, any of the real questions I had were left unanswered. The criticisms about gender within Lynch?s movies were never addressed, though the treatment of his wives was quite telling in a p...

    It's a hagiography, but surely you need no convincing. Despite the often gushing biography narrative, there are some doozy anecdotes. Marlon Brando drives round hungry but there's only a tomato and a banana in the fridge: not to worry, Marlon tucks in. (Bit of salt on the tomato, sorte...

    ? ????? ???????? ?????????: ?????? ?????? ??????????? ? ???? ??????, ????? ???????? ??????? ???????? ?? ???????? ?????????, ????? ???????? ????? ?????? ?? ?...

    WELCOME TO LYNCHLAND Everything you didn't know you wanted to know about David Lynch, his life, art and films. This is a fascinating and enlightening book. It helps of course if you're familiar with his movies (and his music) but even if you're not you should get a lot out of this r...

    For people who love to read how artist, actors, and writer's grew, struggled, fought heaven and hell to be as famous as they have become, this book is for them. David Lynch has been a terrific writer and famous for his share of the TV Show Twin Peaks. I won this in a goodreads giveaway...

    I loved the formatting of this memoir - McKenna does your standard biographical text with interviews of those who knew Lynch, and Lynch responds to it with his own version of events. The devil is in the details, and Lynch is as Lynch as Lynch can be in his responses. ...

    Of course, there are plenty of great anecdotes throughout, but the pile-up of compliments begins to grate about 300 pages in. We get it! David Lynch is a great guy! "Saint David" might have been a more appropriate title. ...

    Absolutely a must read for Lynch fans. Totally absorbing. That said, it?s kind of hard to imagine anyone without a lot of admiration for and knowledge of Lynch loving this. For everyone else, an incredible read. Truly an original American voice which, for all kinds of reasons (di...

    Reviewed this one here for NPR Books. But here's the short version: I learned a lot about David Lynch's personal history from this book, and especially about his habit of ending long-term relationships by taking up with a new woman behind the old one's back, then eventually telling the...

    ?Room to Dream? by David Lynch and Kristine McKenna is structured as a conversation about his life with the reader. This book is a storyteller at his best, recalling the stories of his life, the events that made him the complex person that he is. Readers want to know every detail. ...

    Wow what a read this is. I was completely enthralled and entranced. Being a big fan of David Lynch's work I was very excited to read this new biography/memoir hybrid. The design of the book works really well and everything flows naturally. The biography portions were lovingly writt...

    What is a dream, and when it's gone what exactly did we actually possess or witness? Only David Lynch would co-write a book like this. Room to dream is both a biography and a memoir as Kristine McKenna writes passages of his life which are then followed by lynch's reaction to those ...

    It will come as no surprise to those familiar with the work of artist and filmmaker David Lynch that his approach to an autobiography would be unconventional. Each chapter of Room to Dream is actually two. In the first, Kristine McKenna has crafted a conventional biography of Lynch, wi...

    3.5 leaning towards 4 maybe? If you're expecting to find out how the baby was made in Eraserhead or the nature of the rift between him and Michael J. Anderson, you should look elsewhere. "This book is a chronicle of things that happened," the authors explain in the introduction, ...

    Filmmaker David Lynch notoriously eludes talking about his work, so a nearly 600-page memoir is quite a surprise. In an effort to create a definitive biography, Lynch and coauthor Kristine McKenna have produced ROOM TO DREAM , a tantalizing hybrid of biography and autobiography. McKenn...

    Lightweight but fun account of the making of David Lynch. Feels like the text to a nonexistent self-made Lynch coffee table book. ...

    Room to Dream by David Lynch is a big book - almost 500 pages, and thoroughly worth it! What a ride and what a story, David Lynch is as creative in the telling of himself as he is in creativing amazing scripts. Two things I loved besides the story is one, chapter titles listed - I did ...

    This book is like spending an afternoon with an old relative and listening to his stories, the same stories he's already told you a million times. You're so familiar with these anecdotes you know all the pauses, all the analogies and punchlines your old relative has perfected over the ...

    This book will be a big hit with passionate David Lynch fans and serious film scholars, but for the rest of us, it's not a very compelling read. The format is clever, with chapters alternating between traditional, third-person-style biography provided by Kristine McKenna and first-...

  • Andrew Oda
    Jul 31, 2018

    ?When I picture Boise in my mind, I see euphoric 1950s chrome optimism?, David Lynch said. When he was 14, his family moved to Alexandria, Virginia. Though Lynch flourished as a high school student in Alexandria...leaving Boise is when the music stopped... but the 1950?s neve...

    ?Nobody is neutral on the subject of Lynch.? Truer words have never been written! Do you ever watch INLAND EMPIRE two or three times in a row and feel like you don?t understand the world anymore? Yeah, me neither? Then, reading this book, you?ll come across Noriko ...

    In depth analysis of David Lynch and his creative processes. Each section is composed of two parts, one a biography, the other, a memoir illuminating the former. I've always been curious as to why someone who hit it out of the park with Eraserhead and Elephant Man was such a poor choic...

    Straight off the bat I have to say: don't believe the way this book describes itself. Statements like "David Lynch opens up for the first time about a life lived in pursuit of his singular vision", "An unprecedented look into the personal and creative life of the visionary auteur David...

    I adore David Lynch; he is without doubt my favourite film maker and probably my biggest idol so it?s not surprising that I loved this book. David comes across as charming, unusual and creative and this is conveyed in the book really well and you get some wonderful insight in to his ...

    Repetitive and somewhat boring, though there are great anecdotes sprinkled throughout. I think the problem is Lynch has never really changed since he was a kid, which is a good thing because Lynch as he is is great, but it makes for a rather boring and repetitive memoir/biography - eve...

    ?A fascinating look into an endlessly imaginative and alarming man.? Otago Daily Times ?[A] memorable portrait of one of cinema?s great auteurs?It provides a remarkable insight into Lynch?s intense commitment to the ?art life?.? Guardian ?Traditional and c...

    I?ve been a big fan of David lynch since forever, seen his movies and twin peaks multiple times! There?s just so many layers in his work, and the mood you get when watching is something else! So when this book came out, I just needed it! David is truly one of a kind,and getting t...

    After reading this, I still don?t know how he made the baby from Eraserhead. Seriously though, any of the real questions I had were left unanswered. The criticisms about gender within Lynch?s movies were never addressed, though the treatment of his wives was quite telling in a p...

    It's a hagiography, but surely you need no convincing. Despite the often gushing biography narrative, there are some doozy anecdotes. Marlon Brando drives round hungry but there's only a tomato and a banana in the fridge: not to worry, Marlon tucks in. (Bit of salt on the tomato, sorte...

    ? ????? ???????? ?????????: ?????? ?????? ??????????? ? ???? ??????, ????? ???????? ??????? ???????? ?? ???????? ?????????, ????? ???????? ????? ?????? ?? ?...

    WELCOME TO LYNCHLAND Everything you didn't know you wanted to know about David Lynch, his life, art and films. This is a fascinating and enlightening book. It helps of course if you're familiar with his movies (and his music) but even if you're not you should get a lot out of this r...

    For people who love to read how artist, actors, and writer's grew, struggled, fought heaven and hell to be as famous as they have become, this book is for them. David Lynch has been a terrific writer and famous for his share of the TV Show Twin Peaks. I won this in a goodreads giveaway...

    I loved the formatting of this memoir - McKenna does your standard biographical text with interviews of those who knew Lynch, and Lynch responds to it with his own version of events. The devil is in the details, and Lynch is as Lynch as Lynch can be in his responses. ...

    Of course, there are plenty of great anecdotes throughout, but the pile-up of compliments begins to grate about 300 pages in. We get it! David Lynch is a great guy! "Saint David" might have been a more appropriate title. ...

    Absolutely a must read for Lynch fans. Totally absorbing. That said, it?s kind of hard to imagine anyone without a lot of admiration for and knowledge of Lynch loving this. For everyone else, an incredible read. Truly an original American voice which, for all kinds of reasons (di...

    Reviewed this one here for NPR Books. But here's the short version: I learned a lot about David Lynch's personal history from this book, and especially about his habit of ending long-term relationships by taking up with a new woman behind the old one's back, then eventually telling the...

    ?Room to Dream? by David Lynch and Kristine McKenna is structured as a conversation about his life with the reader. This book is a storyteller at his best, recalling the stories of his life, the events that made him the complex person that he is. Readers want to know every detail. ...

    Wow what a read this is. I was completely enthralled and entranced. Being a big fan of David Lynch's work I was very excited to read this new biography/memoir hybrid. The design of the book works really well and everything flows naturally. The biography portions were lovingly writt...

    What is a dream, and when it's gone what exactly did we actually possess or witness? Only David Lynch would co-write a book like this. Room to dream is both a biography and a memoir as Kristine McKenna writes passages of his life which are then followed by lynch's reaction to those ...

    It will come as no surprise to those familiar with the work of artist and filmmaker David Lynch that his approach to an autobiography would be unconventional. Each chapter of Room to Dream is actually two. In the first, Kristine McKenna has crafted a conventional biography of Lynch, wi...

    3.5 leaning towards 4 maybe? If you're expecting to find out how the baby was made in Eraserhead or the nature of the rift between him and Michael J. Anderson, you should look elsewhere. "This book is a chronicle of things that happened," the authors explain in the introduction, ...

    Filmmaker David Lynch notoriously eludes talking about his work, so a nearly 600-page memoir is quite a surprise. In an effort to create a definitive biography, Lynch and coauthor Kristine McKenna have produced ROOM TO DREAM , a tantalizing hybrid of biography and autobiography. McKenn...

    Lightweight but fun account of the making of David Lynch. Feels like the text to a nonexistent self-made Lynch coffee table book. ...

    Room to Dream by David Lynch is a big book - almost 500 pages, and thoroughly worth it! What a ride and what a story, David Lynch is as creative in the telling of himself as he is in creativing amazing scripts. Two things I loved besides the story is one, chapter titles listed - I did ...

    This book is like spending an afternoon with an old relative and listening to his stories, the same stories he's already told you a million times. You're so familiar with these anecdotes you know all the pauses, all the analogies and punchlines your old relative has perfected over the ...

    This book will be a big hit with passionate David Lynch fans and serious film scholars, but for the rest of us, it's not a very compelling read. The format is clever, with chapters alternating between traditional, third-person-style biography provided by Kristine McKenna and first-...

    David Lynch is friend to everyone he ever meets. Even the people who he has cut out of his life, sometimes ruthlessly, still speak fondly of him. He has an energy that people who he works with latch on to. He?s the sort of man you?d probably agree to work with regardless of the cir...

    People know David Lynch as the director of such unique films as Eraserhead, The Elephant Man, Dune, Blue Velvet, Mulholland Drive, The Straight Story, Inland Empire or the television series Twin Peaks, Twin Peaks: The Return (and the film Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me), but what they m...

    I remember being much younger, and surfing the web, which we had just installed at our house. On a film website I began reading about the Great American Directors. I stumbled onto a name, David Lynch, and began reading. It/he seemed kind of strange, but nothing too crazy. Then I glance...

  • Reuben
    Jun 25, 2018

    ?When I picture Boise in my mind, I see euphoric 1950s chrome optimism?, David Lynch said. When he was 14, his family moved to Alexandria, Virginia. Though Lynch flourished as a high school student in Alexandria...leaving Boise is when the music stopped... but the 1950?s neve...

    ?Nobody is neutral on the subject of Lynch.? Truer words have never been written! Do you ever watch INLAND EMPIRE two or three times in a row and feel like you don?t understand the world anymore? Yeah, me neither? Then, reading this book, you?ll come across Noriko ...

    In depth analysis of David Lynch and his creative processes. Each section is composed of two parts, one a biography, the other, a memoir illuminating the former. I've always been curious as to why someone who hit it out of the park with Eraserhead and Elephant Man was such a poor choic...

    Straight off the bat I have to say: don't believe the way this book describes itself. Statements like "David Lynch opens up for the first time about a life lived in pursuit of his singular vision", "An unprecedented look into the personal and creative life of the visionary auteur David...

  • Matheus Borges
    Jul 01, 2018

    ?When I picture Boise in my mind, I see euphoric 1950s chrome optimism?, David Lynch said. When he was 14, his family moved to Alexandria, Virginia. Though Lynch flourished as a high school student in Alexandria...leaving Boise is when the music stopped... but the 1950?s neve...

    ?Nobody is neutral on the subject of Lynch.? Truer words have never been written! Do you ever watch INLAND EMPIRE two or three times in a row and feel like you don?t understand the world anymore? Yeah, me neither? Then, reading this book, you?ll come across Noriko ...

    In depth analysis of David Lynch and his creative processes. Each section is composed of two parts, one a biography, the other, a memoir illuminating the former. I've always been curious as to why someone who hit it out of the park with Eraserhead and Elephant Man was such a poor choic...

    Straight off the bat I have to say: don't believe the way this book describes itself. Statements like "David Lynch opens up for the first time about a life lived in pursuit of his singular vision", "An unprecedented look into the personal and creative life of the visionary auteur David...

    I adore David Lynch; he is without doubt my favourite film maker and probably my biggest idol so it?s not surprising that I loved this book. David comes across as charming, unusual and creative and this is conveyed in the book really well and you get some wonderful insight in to his ...

    Repetitive and somewhat boring, though there are great anecdotes sprinkled throughout. I think the problem is Lynch has never really changed since he was a kid, which is a good thing because Lynch as he is is great, but it makes for a rather boring and repetitive memoir/biography - eve...

    ?A fascinating look into an endlessly imaginative and alarming man.? Otago Daily Times ?[A] memorable portrait of one of cinema?s great auteurs?It provides a remarkable insight into Lynch?s intense commitment to the ?art life?.? Guardian ?Traditional and c...

    I?ve been a big fan of David lynch since forever, seen his movies and twin peaks multiple times! There?s just so many layers in his work, and the mood you get when watching is something else! So when this book came out, I just needed it! David is truly one of a kind,and getting t...

    After reading this, I still don?t know how he made the baby from Eraserhead. Seriously though, any of the real questions I had were left unanswered. The criticisms about gender within Lynch?s movies were never addressed, though the treatment of his wives was quite telling in a p...

    It's a hagiography, but surely you need no convincing. Despite the often gushing biography narrative, there are some doozy anecdotes. Marlon Brando drives round hungry but there's only a tomato and a banana in the fridge: not to worry, Marlon tucks in. (Bit of salt on the tomato, sorte...

    ? ????? ???????? ?????????: ?????? ?????? ??????????? ? ???? ??????, ????? ???????? ??????? ???????? ?? ???????? ?????????, ????? ???????? ????? ?????? ?? ?...

    WELCOME TO LYNCHLAND Everything you didn't know you wanted to know about David Lynch, his life, art and films. This is a fascinating and enlightening book. It helps of course if you're familiar with his movies (and his music) but even if you're not you should get a lot out of this r...

    For people who love to read how artist, actors, and writer's grew, struggled, fought heaven and hell to be as famous as they have become, this book is for them. David Lynch has been a terrific writer and famous for his share of the TV Show Twin Peaks. I won this in a goodreads giveaway...

    I loved the formatting of this memoir - McKenna does your standard biographical text with interviews of those who knew Lynch, and Lynch responds to it with his own version of events. The devil is in the details, and Lynch is as Lynch as Lynch can be in his responses. ...

    Of course, there are plenty of great anecdotes throughout, but the pile-up of compliments begins to grate about 300 pages in. We get it! David Lynch is a great guy! "Saint David" might have been a more appropriate title. ...

    Absolutely a must read for Lynch fans. Totally absorbing. That said, it?s kind of hard to imagine anyone without a lot of admiration for and knowledge of Lynch loving this. For everyone else, an incredible read. Truly an original American voice which, for all kinds of reasons (di...

    Reviewed this one here for NPR Books. But here's the short version: I learned a lot about David Lynch's personal history from this book, and especially about his habit of ending long-term relationships by taking up with a new woman behind the old one's back, then eventually telling the...

    ?Room to Dream? by David Lynch and Kristine McKenna is structured as a conversation about his life with the reader. This book is a storyteller at his best, recalling the stories of his life, the events that made him the complex person that he is. Readers want to know every detail. ...

    Wow what a read this is. I was completely enthralled and entranced. Being a big fan of David Lynch's work I was very excited to read this new biography/memoir hybrid. The design of the book works really well and everything flows naturally. The biography portions were lovingly writt...

    What is a dream, and when it's gone what exactly did we actually possess or witness? Only David Lynch would co-write a book like this. Room to dream is both a biography and a memoir as Kristine McKenna writes passages of his life which are then followed by lynch's reaction to those ...

    It will come as no surprise to those familiar with the work of artist and filmmaker David Lynch that his approach to an autobiography would be unconventional. Each chapter of Room to Dream is actually two. In the first, Kristine McKenna has crafted a conventional biography of Lynch, wi...

    3.5 leaning towards 4 maybe? If you're expecting to find out how the baby was made in Eraserhead or the nature of the rift between him and Michael J. Anderson, you should look elsewhere. "This book is a chronicle of things that happened," the authors explain in the introduction, ...

    Filmmaker David Lynch notoriously eludes talking about his work, so a nearly 600-page memoir is quite a surprise. In an effort to create a definitive biography, Lynch and coauthor Kristine McKenna have produced ROOM TO DREAM , a tantalizing hybrid of biography and autobiography. McKenn...

    Lightweight but fun account of the making of David Lynch. Feels like the text to a nonexistent self-made Lynch coffee table book. ...

    Room to Dream by David Lynch is a big book - almost 500 pages, and thoroughly worth it! What a ride and what a story, David Lynch is as creative in the telling of himself as he is in creativing amazing scripts. Two things I loved besides the story is one, chapter titles listed - I did ...

    This book is like spending an afternoon with an old relative and listening to his stories, the same stories he's already told you a million times. You're so familiar with these anecdotes you know all the pauses, all the analogies and punchlines your old relative has perfected over the ...

  • Kim
    May 25, 2018

    ?When I picture Boise in my mind, I see euphoric 1950s chrome optimism?, David Lynch said. When he was 14, his family moved to Alexandria, Virginia. Though Lynch flourished as a high school student in Alexandria...leaving Boise is when the music stopped... but the 1950?s neve...

    ?Nobody is neutral on the subject of Lynch.? Truer words have never been written! Do you ever watch INLAND EMPIRE two or three times in a row and feel like you don?t understand the world anymore? Yeah, me neither? Then, reading this book, you?ll come across Noriko ...

    In depth analysis of David Lynch and his creative processes. Each section is composed of two parts, one a biography, the other, a memoir illuminating the former. I've always been curious as to why someone who hit it out of the park with Eraserhead and Elephant Man was such a poor choic...

    Straight off the bat I have to say: don't believe the way this book describes itself. Statements like "David Lynch opens up for the first time about a life lived in pursuit of his singular vision", "An unprecedented look into the personal and creative life of the visionary auteur David...

    I adore David Lynch; he is without doubt my favourite film maker and probably my biggest idol so it?s not surprising that I loved this book. David comes across as charming, unusual and creative and this is conveyed in the book really well and you get some wonderful insight in to his ...

    Repetitive and somewhat boring, though there are great anecdotes sprinkled throughout. I think the problem is Lynch has never really changed since he was a kid, which is a good thing because Lynch as he is is great, but it makes for a rather boring and repetitive memoir/biography - eve...

    ?A fascinating look into an endlessly imaginative and alarming man.? Otago Daily Times ?[A] memorable portrait of one of cinema?s great auteurs?It provides a remarkable insight into Lynch?s intense commitment to the ?art life?.? Guardian ?Traditional and c...

    I?ve been a big fan of David lynch since forever, seen his movies and twin peaks multiple times! There?s just so many layers in his work, and the mood you get when watching is something else! So when this book came out, I just needed it! David is truly one of a kind,and getting t...

    After reading this, I still don?t know how he made the baby from Eraserhead. Seriously though, any of the real questions I had were left unanswered. The criticisms about gender within Lynch?s movies were never addressed, though the treatment of his wives was quite telling in a p...

    It's a hagiography, but surely you need no convincing. Despite the often gushing biography narrative, there are some doozy anecdotes. Marlon Brando drives round hungry but there's only a tomato and a banana in the fridge: not to worry, Marlon tucks in. (Bit of salt on the tomato, sorte...

    ? ????? ???????? ?????????: ?????? ?????? ??????????? ? ???? ??????, ????? ???????? ??????? ???????? ?? ???????? ?????????, ????? ???????? ????? ?????? ?? ?...

    WELCOME TO LYNCHLAND Everything you didn't know you wanted to know about David Lynch, his life, art and films. This is a fascinating and enlightening book. It helps of course if you're familiar with his movies (and his music) but even if you're not you should get a lot out of this r...

    For people who love to read how artist, actors, and writer's grew, struggled, fought heaven and hell to be as famous as they have become, this book is for them. David Lynch has been a terrific writer and famous for his share of the TV Show Twin Peaks. I won this in a goodreads giveaway...

    I loved the formatting of this memoir - McKenna does your standard biographical text with interviews of those who knew Lynch, and Lynch responds to it with his own version of events. The devil is in the details, and Lynch is as Lynch as Lynch can be in his responses. ...

    Of course, there are plenty of great anecdotes throughout, but the pile-up of compliments begins to grate about 300 pages in. We get it! David Lynch is a great guy! "Saint David" might have been a more appropriate title. ...

    Absolutely a must read for Lynch fans. Totally absorbing. That said, it?s kind of hard to imagine anyone without a lot of admiration for and knowledge of Lynch loving this. For everyone else, an incredible read. Truly an original American voice which, for all kinds of reasons (di...

    Reviewed this one here for NPR Books. But here's the short version: I learned a lot about David Lynch's personal history from this book, and especially about his habit of ending long-term relationships by taking up with a new woman behind the old one's back, then eventually telling the...

    ?Room to Dream? by David Lynch and Kristine McKenna is structured as a conversation about his life with the reader. This book is a storyteller at his best, recalling the stories of his life, the events that made him the complex person that he is. Readers want to know every detail. ...

    Wow what a read this is. I was completely enthralled and entranced. Being a big fan of David Lynch's work I was very excited to read this new biography/memoir hybrid. The design of the book works really well and everything flows naturally. The biography portions were lovingly writt...

  • Robin Bonne
    Jul 05, 2018

    ?When I picture Boise in my mind, I see euphoric 1950s chrome optimism?, David Lynch said. When he was 14, his family moved to Alexandria, Virginia. Though Lynch flourished as a high school student in Alexandria...leaving Boise is when the music stopped... but the 1950?s neve...

    ?Nobody is neutral on the subject of Lynch.? Truer words have never been written! Do you ever watch INLAND EMPIRE two or three times in a row and feel like you don?t understand the world anymore? Yeah, me neither? Then, reading this book, you?ll come across Noriko ...

    In depth analysis of David Lynch and his creative processes. Each section is composed of two parts, one a biography, the other, a memoir illuminating the former. I've always been curious as to why someone who hit it out of the park with Eraserhead and Elephant Man was such a poor choic...

    Straight off the bat I have to say: don't believe the way this book describes itself. Statements like "David Lynch opens up for the first time about a life lived in pursuit of his singular vision", "An unprecedented look into the personal and creative life of the visionary auteur David...

    I adore David Lynch; he is without doubt my favourite film maker and probably my biggest idol so it?s not surprising that I loved this book. David comes across as charming, unusual and creative and this is conveyed in the book really well and you get some wonderful insight in to his ...

    Repetitive and somewhat boring, though there are great anecdotes sprinkled throughout. I think the problem is Lynch has never really changed since he was a kid, which is a good thing because Lynch as he is is great, but it makes for a rather boring and repetitive memoir/biography - eve...

    ?A fascinating look into an endlessly imaginative and alarming man.? Otago Daily Times ?[A] memorable portrait of one of cinema?s great auteurs?It provides a remarkable insight into Lynch?s intense commitment to the ?art life?.? Guardian ?Traditional and c...

    I?ve been a big fan of David lynch since forever, seen his movies and twin peaks multiple times! There?s just so many layers in his work, and the mood you get when watching is something else! So when this book came out, I just needed it! David is truly one of a kind,and getting t...

    After reading this, I still don?t know how he made the baby from Eraserhead. Seriously though, any of the real questions I had were left unanswered. The criticisms about gender within Lynch?s movies were never addressed, though the treatment of his wives was quite telling in a p...

  • Richard Gray
    Jun 29, 2018

    ?When I picture Boise in my mind, I see euphoric 1950s chrome optimism?, David Lynch said. When he was 14, his family moved to Alexandria, Virginia. Though Lynch flourished as a high school student in Alexandria...leaving Boise is when the music stopped... but the 1950?s neve...

    ?Nobody is neutral on the subject of Lynch.? Truer words have never been written! Do you ever watch INLAND EMPIRE two or three times in a row and feel like you don?t understand the world anymore? Yeah, me neither? Then, reading this book, you?ll come across Noriko ...

    In depth analysis of David Lynch and his creative processes. Each section is composed of two parts, one a biography, the other, a memoir illuminating the former. I've always been curious as to why someone who hit it out of the park with Eraserhead and Elephant Man was such a poor choic...

    Straight off the bat I have to say: don't believe the way this book describes itself. Statements like "David Lynch opens up for the first time about a life lived in pursuit of his singular vision", "An unprecedented look into the personal and creative life of the visionary auteur David...

    I adore David Lynch; he is without doubt my favourite film maker and probably my biggest idol so it?s not surprising that I loved this book. David comes across as charming, unusual and creative and this is conveyed in the book really well and you get some wonderful insight in to his ...

    Repetitive and somewhat boring, though there are great anecdotes sprinkled throughout. I think the problem is Lynch has never really changed since he was a kid, which is a good thing because Lynch as he is is great, but it makes for a rather boring and repetitive memoir/biography - eve...

    ?A fascinating look into an endlessly imaginative and alarming man.? Otago Daily Times ?[A] memorable portrait of one of cinema?s great auteurs?It provides a remarkable insight into Lynch?s intense commitment to the ?art life?.? Guardian ?Traditional and c...

    I?ve been a big fan of David lynch since forever, seen his movies and twin peaks multiple times! There?s just so many layers in his work, and the mood you get when watching is something else! So when this book came out, I just needed it! David is truly one of a kind,and getting t...

    After reading this, I still don?t know how he made the baby from Eraserhead. Seriously though, any of the real questions I had were left unanswered. The criticisms about gender within Lynch?s movies were never addressed, though the treatment of his wives was quite telling in a p...

    It's a hagiography, but surely you need no convincing. Despite the often gushing biography narrative, there are some doozy anecdotes. Marlon Brando drives round hungry but there's only a tomato and a banana in the fridge: not to worry, Marlon tucks in. (Bit of salt on the tomato, sorte...

    ? ????? ???????? ?????????: ?????? ?????? ??????????? ? ???? ??????, ????? ???????? ??????? ???????? ?? ???????? ?????????, ????? ???????? ????? ?????? ?? ?...

    WELCOME TO LYNCHLAND Everything you didn't know you wanted to know about David Lynch, his life, art and films. This is a fascinating and enlightening book. It helps of course if you're familiar with his movies (and his music) but even if you're not you should get a lot out of this r...

    For people who love to read how artist, actors, and writer's grew, struggled, fought heaven and hell to be as famous as they have become, this book is for them. David Lynch has been a terrific writer and famous for his share of the TV Show Twin Peaks. I won this in a goodreads giveaway...

    I loved the formatting of this memoir - McKenna does your standard biographical text with interviews of those who knew Lynch, and Lynch responds to it with his own version of events. The devil is in the details, and Lynch is as Lynch as Lynch can be in his responses. ...

    Of course, there are plenty of great anecdotes throughout, but the pile-up of compliments begins to grate about 300 pages in. We get it! David Lynch is a great guy! "Saint David" might have been a more appropriate title. ...

    Absolutely a must read for Lynch fans. Totally absorbing. That said, it?s kind of hard to imagine anyone without a lot of admiration for and knowledge of Lynch loving this. For everyone else, an incredible read. Truly an original American voice which, for all kinds of reasons (di...

    Reviewed this one here for NPR Books. But here's the short version: I learned a lot about David Lynch's personal history from this book, and especially about his habit of ending long-term relationships by taking up with a new woman behind the old one's back, then eventually telling the...

    ?Room to Dream? by David Lynch and Kristine McKenna is structured as a conversation about his life with the reader. This book is a storyteller at his best, recalling the stories of his life, the events that made him the complex person that he is. Readers want to know every detail. ...

    Wow what a read this is. I was completely enthralled and entranced. Being a big fan of David Lynch's work I was very excited to read this new biography/memoir hybrid. The design of the book works really well and everything flows naturally. The biography portions were lovingly writt...

    What is a dream, and when it's gone what exactly did we actually possess or witness? Only David Lynch would co-write a book like this. Room to dream is both a biography and a memoir as Kristine McKenna writes passages of his life which are then followed by lynch's reaction to those ...

    It will come as no surprise to those familiar with the work of artist and filmmaker David Lynch that his approach to an autobiography would be unconventional. Each chapter of Room to Dream is actually two. In the first, Kristine McKenna has crafted a conventional biography of Lynch, wi...

    3.5 leaning towards 4 maybe? If you're expecting to find out how the baby was made in Eraserhead or the nature of the rift between him and Michael J. Anderson, you should look elsewhere. "This book is a chronicle of things that happened," the authors explain in the introduction, ...

  • Joshua
    Jul 22, 2018

    ?When I picture Boise in my mind, I see euphoric 1950s chrome optimism?, David Lynch said. When he was 14, his family moved to Alexandria, Virginia. Though Lynch flourished as a high school student in Alexandria...leaving Boise is when the music stopped... but the 1950?s neve...

    ?Nobody is neutral on the subject of Lynch.? Truer words have never been written! Do you ever watch INLAND EMPIRE two or three times in a row and feel like you don?t understand the world anymore? Yeah, me neither? Then, reading this book, you?ll come across Noriko ...

    In depth analysis of David Lynch and his creative processes. Each section is composed of two parts, one a biography, the other, a memoir illuminating the former. I've always been curious as to why someone who hit it out of the park with Eraserhead and Elephant Man was such a poor choic...

    Straight off the bat I have to say: don't believe the way this book describes itself. Statements like "David Lynch opens up for the first time about a life lived in pursuit of his singular vision", "An unprecedented look into the personal and creative life of the visionary auteur David...

    I adore David Lynch; he is without doubt my favourite film maker and probably my biggest idol so it?s not surprising that I loved this book. David comes across as charming, unusual and creative and this is conveyed in the book really well and you get some wonderful insight in to his ...

    Repetitive and somewhat boring, though there are great anecdotes sprinkled throughout. I think the problem is Lynch has never really changed since he was a kid, which is a good thing because Lynch as he is is great, but it makes for a rather boring and repetitive memoir/biography - eve...

    ?A fascinating look into an endlessly imaginative and alarming man.? Otago Daily Times ?[A] memorable portrait of one of cinema?s great auteurs?It provides a remarkable insight into Lynch?s intense commitment to the ?art life?.? Guardian ?Traditional and c...

    I?ve been a big fan of David lynch since forever, seen his movies and twin peaks multiple times! There?s just so many layers in his work, and the mood you get when watching is something else! So when this book came out, I just needed it! David is truly one of a kind,and getting t...

    After reading this, I still don?t know how he made the baby from Eraserhead. Seriously though, any of the real questions I had were left unanswered. The criticisms about gender within Lynch?s movies were never addressed, though the treatment of his wives was quite telling in a p...

    It's a hagiography, but surely you need no convincing. Despite the often gushing biography narrative, there are some doozy anecdotes. Marlon Brando drives round hungry but there's only a tomato and a banana in the fridge: not to worry, Marlon tucks in. (Bit of salt on the tomato, sorte...

    ? ????? ???????? ?????????: ?????? ?????? ??????????? ? ???? ??????, ????? ???????? ??????? ???????? ?? ???????? ?????????, ????? ???????? ????? ?????? ?? ?...

    WELCOME TO LYNCHLAND Everything you didn't know you wanted to know about David Lynch, his life, art and films. This is a fascinating and enlightening book. It helps of course if you're familiar with his movies (and his music) but even if you're not you should get a lot out of this r...

    For people who love to read how artist, actors, and writer's grew, struggled, fought heaven and hell to be as famous as they have become, this book is for them. David Lynch has been a terrific writer and famous for his share of the TV Show Twin Peaks. I won this in a goodreads giveaway...

    I loved the formatting of this memoir - McKenna does your standard biographical text with interviews of those who knew Lynch, and Lynch responds to it with his own version of events. The devil is in the details, and Lynch is as Lynch as Lynch can be in his responses. ...

    Of course, there are plenty of great anecdotes throughout, but the pile-up of compliments begins to grate about 300 pages in. We get it! David Lynch is a great guy! "Saint David" might have been a more appropriate title. ...

    Absolutely a must read for Lynch fans. Totally absorbing. That said, it?s kind of hard to imagine anyone without a lot of admiration for and knowledge of Lynch loving this. For everyone else, an incredible read. Truly an original American voice which, for all kinds of reasons (di...

    Reviewed this one here for NPR Books. But here's the short version: I learned a lot about David Lynch's personal history from this book, and especially about his habit of ending long-term relationships by taking up with a new woman behind the old one's back, then eventually telling the...

    ?Room to Dream? by David Lynch and Kristine McKenna is structured as a conversation about his life with the reader. This book is a storyteller at his best, recalling the stories of his life, the events that made him the complex person that he is. Readers want to know every detail. ...

    Wow what a read this is. I was completely enthralled and entranced. Being a big fan of David Lynch's work I was very excited to read this new biography/memoir hybrid. The design of the book works really well and everything flows naturally. The biography portions were lovingly writt...

    What is a dream, and when it's gone what exactly did we actually possess or witness? Only David Lynch would co-write a book like this. Room to dream is both a biography and a memoir as Kristine McKenna writes passages of his life which are then followed by lynch's reaction to those ...

  • 3 no 7
    May 03, 2018

    ?When I picture Boise in my mind, I see euphoric 1950s chrome optimism?, David Lynch said. When he was 14, his family moved to Alexandria, Virginia. Though Lynch flourished as a high school student in Alexandria...leaving Boise is when the music stopped... but the 1950?s neve...

    ?Nobody is neutral on the subject of Lynch.? Truer words have never been written! Do you ever watch INLAND EMPIRE two or three times in a row and feel like you don?t understand the world anymore? Yeah, me neither? Then, reading this book, you?ll come across Noriko ...

    In depth analysis of David Lynch and his creative processes. Each section is composed of two parts, one a biography, the other, a memoir illuminating the former. I've always been curious as to why someone who hit it out of the park with Eraserhead and Elephant Man was such a poor choic...

    Straight off the bat I have to say: don't believe the way this book describes itself. Statements like "David Lynch opens up for the first time about a life lived in pursuit of his singular vision", "An unprecedented look into the personal and creative life of the visionary auteur David...

    I adore David Lynch; he is without doubt my favourite film maker and probably my biggest idol so it?s not surprising that I loved this book. David comes across as charming, unusual and creative and this is conveyed in the book really well and you get some wonderful insight in to his ...

    Repetitive and somewhat boring, though there are great anecdotes sprinkled throughout. I think the problem is Lynch has never really changed since he was a kid, which is a good thing because Lynch as he is is great, but it makes for a rather boring and repetitive memoir/biography - eve...

    ?A fascinating look into an endlessly imaginative and alarming man.? Otago Daily Times ?[A] memorable portrait of one of cinema?s great auteurs?It provides a remarkable insight into Lynch?s intense commitment to the ?art life?.? Guardian ?Traditional and c...

    I?ve been a big fan of David lynch since forever, seen his movies and twin peaks multiple times! There?s just so many layers in his work, and the mood you get when watching is something else! So when this book came out, I just needed it! David is truly one of a kind,and getting t...

    After reading this, I still don?t know how he made the baby from Eraserhead. Seriously though, any of the real questions I had were left unanswered. The criticisms about gender within Lynch?s movies were never addressed, though the treatment of his wives was quite telling in a p...

    It's a hagiography, but surely you need no convincing. Despite the often gushing biography narrative, there are some doozy anecdotes. Marlon Brando drives round hungry but there's only a tomato and a banana in the fridge: not to worry, Marlon tucks in. (Bit of salt on the tomato, sorte...

    ? ????? ???????? ?????????: ?????? ?????? ??????????? ? ???? ??????, ????? ???????? ??????? ???????? ?? ???????? ?????????, ????? ???????? ????? ?????? ?? ?...

    WELCOME TO LYNCHLAND Everything you didn't know you wanted to know about David Lynch, his life, art and films. This is a fascinating and enlightening book. It helps of course if you're familiar with his movies (and his music) but even if you're not you should get a lot out of this r...

    For people who love to read how artist, actors, and writer's grew, struggled, fought heaven and hell to be as famous as they have become, this book is for them. David Lynch has been a terrific writer and famous for his share of the TV Show Twin Peaks. I won this in a goodreads giveaway...

    I loved the formatting of this memoir - McKenna does your standard biographical text with interviews of those who knew Lynch, and Lynch responds to it with his own version of events. The devil is in the details, and Lynch is as Lynch as Lynch can be in his responses. ...

    Of course, there are plenty of great anecdotes throughout, but the pile-up of compliments begins to grate about 300 pages in. We get it! David Lynch is a great guy! "Saint David" might have been a more appropriate title. ...

    Absolutely a must read for Lynch fans. Totally absorbing. That said, it?s kind of hard to imagine anyone without a lot of admiration for and knowledge of Lynch loving this. For everyone else, an incredible read. Truly an original American voice which, for all kinds of reasons (di...

    Reviewed this one here for NPR Books. But here's the short version: I learned a lot about David Lynch's personal history from this book, and especially about his habit of ending long-term relationships by taking up with a new woman behind the old one's back, then eventually telling the...

    ?Room to Dream? by David Lynch and Kristine McKenna is structured as a conversation about his life with the reader. This book is a storyteller at his best, recalling the stories of his life, the events that made him the complex person that he is. Readers want to know every detail. ...

  • Seroxx83
    Jul 24, 2018

    ?When I picture Boise in my mind, I see euphoric 1950s chrome optimism?, David Lynch said. When he was 14, his family moved to Alexandria, Virginia. Though Lynch flourished as a high school student in Alexandria...leaving Boise is when the music stopped... but the 1950?s neve...

    ?Nobody is neutral on the subject of Lynch.? Truer words have never been written! Do you ever watch INLAND EMPIRE two or three times in a row and feel like you don?t understand the world anymore? Yeah, me neither? Then, reading this book, you?ll come across Noriko ...

    In depth analysis of David Lynch and his creative processes. Each section is composed of two parts, one a biography, the other, a memoir illuminating the former. I've always been curious as to why someone who hit it out of the park with Eraserhead and Elephant Man was such a poor choic...

    Straight off the bat I have to say: don't believe the way this book describes itself. Statements like "David Lynch opens up for the first time about a life lived in pursuit of his singular vision", "An unprecedented look into the personal and creative life of the visionary auteur David...

    I adore David Lynch; he is without doubt my favourite film maker and probably my biggest idol so it?s not surprising that I loved this book. David comes across as charming, unusual and creative and this is conveyed in the book really well and you get some wonderful insight in to his ...

    Repetitive and somewhat boring, though there are great anecdotes sprinkled throughout. I think the problem is Lynch has never really changed since he was a kid, which is a good thing because Lynch as he is is great, but it makes for a rather boring and repetitive memoir/biography - eve...

    ?A fascinating look into an endlessly imaginative and alarming man.? Otago Daily Times ?[A] memorable portrait of one of cinema?s great auteurs?It provides a remarkable insight into Lynch?s intense commitment to the ?art life?.? Guardian ?Traditional and c...

    I?ve been a big fan of David lynch since forever, seen his movies and twin peaks multiple times! There?s just so many layers in his work, and the mood you get when watching is something else! So when this book came out, I just needed it! David is truly one of a kind,and getting t...