Publish date: October 30th 2007
Pages no: 357
Edition language: English
Series: Supernatural (#2)
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This book is a lot better than Nevermore, the first Supernatural tv tie-in novel, was. That's not to say that Nevermore was bad, it wasn't, it's just that this one is more creepy and scary. Still, there's something lacking. This is the first time I've ever read a television series tie-in novel, so I...
Compared to the first novelization of the TV series, [book: Supernatural: Nevermore], this one has a slightly edgier, more difficult case, with our favorite Winchester boys trying to save the residents of a small town from getting slaughtered by creatures that seemed as if they came out of Dawn of t...
Surprisingly good story. I never expect much from tie-in books of TV shows. These are made to order stories and let's face it, fan stories are usually much, much better than tie-in books. However, Mariotte came up with an interesting plot, town is cursed, bodies pile up, Winchester brothers right sm...
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