Supernatural: John Winchester's Journal
Sam and Dean Winchester know all the secrets their father recorded in his journal. Now you can, too. On November 2, 1983, Sam and Dean Winchester lost their mother to a demonic supernatural force. In the wake of the tragedy, their father, John, set out to learn everything he could about the... show more
Sam and Dean Winchester know all the secrets their father recorded in his journal. Now you can, too.
On November 2, 1983, Sam and Dean Winchester lost their mother to a demonic supernatural force. In the wake of the tragedy, their father, John, set out to learn everything he could about the paranormal evil that lives in the dark corners and on the back roads of America . . . and how to kill it. In his personal journal, he not only compiled folklore, legend, and superstition about all manner of otherworldly enemies but he also recorded his experiences—hunting the creature that killed his wife even as he raised his two sons.
Part prequel, part resource guide, John Winchester's Journal finally gives fans the ultimate companion book for Supernatural. It's all here: the exorcism Sam and Dean used in "Phantom Traveler," John's notes on everything from shape-shifters to Samuel Colt, Dean's first hunt, Sam's peewee soccer team . . . and John's single-minded pursuit of a growing and deadly evil.
Publish date: 2009-02-03
Publisher: It Books
Pages no: 218
Edition language: English
Read this review, and many more on my blog October Tune!Ever since I found out Supernatural has novels as well, I got very excited. I got even more excited when I found out about John Winchester’s Journal, the book Sam and Dean use a lot in the first couple of seasons (not sure what happens to it in...
Supernatural: John Winchester's Journal is a novel that gives you a good insight into the world of Supernatural before the TV show started. I am an avid fan of the TV show and must say I'm disappointed that they had mistakes in the Journal compared to what they say in the TV show. Other then those m...
This books offers little tidbits of information into the childhood of the boys. It gives you an insight into John's mind which you don't really get much in the show. It enjoyed that and the monster lore mixed through out. The entries about Mary were all of course heart wrenching.
If you find yourself obsessed with Supernatural--which I am--this is a great piece of backstory, containing both entries about their life as well as collected bits of lore that ties in to a lot of the episodes as well as things that I kind of expect to see in future episodes. That is, if the Winches...