I bought this after finishing watching Twin Peaks and being in the mood for more, more, more. The punch line to that is that once I finally got it, I realized it's edited by a professor in the English Department that I am a grad student in. Hilarity ensued.
Really, though, I quite liked the book, even when I found the essays unconvincing or, in one case, completely bizarre. It's in my nature to want to dissect details of the things that I love--like Twin Peaks--and this collection of critical essays makes good company for that. My particular favorite is "'Disturbing the Guests with This Racket': Music and Twin Peaks" by Kathryn Kalinak, which nails the one question I had asked verbatim: "Who programmed this jukebox?" (referring to the odd musical inclusions on the jukebox at the Double R Diner).