Rite of Passage review Æ 3

review Rite of Passage

Rite of Passage review Æ 3 ï Thirty years ago Sam and Dean Winchester lost their mother to a demonic supernatural force Following the tragedy their father taught the boys everything about the paranormal evil that lives in the dark corners of America and how to kill itLaurel Hill New Jersey is beginning to look like one of the unluckiest places on Earth wRel Hill New Jersey is beginning to look like one of the unluckiest places on Earth when a series of mishaps hit the town But Sam and Dean suspect it’s than just bad luck Along with Bobby Singer the brothers soon realize that a powerful Jap. this was a good bookif u like supernatural u will like thisits a seperate story from the show but it is also in between episodessam and dean are up to their old tricks again along with bobbyi highly recommend this book

John Passarella ñ 3 review

Anese demon is encouraging the chaos But the demon has bigger plans and they are going to need to make their own luck to stop itA Supernatural novel that reveals a previously unseen adventure for the Winchester brothers from the hit TV series. I am very much late to the party when it comes to Supernatural As someone who's lurked in fandom spaces most of her life I've known about this show for years but only picked it up recently And if I'm watching the show why not read the books while I'm at it As someone who also reads a lot of fanfiction it's always an interesting turn to see how sanctioned spinoff novels differ from it One thing to note about this one is its notable lack of focus on the main characters They can't exactly develop Sam and Dean of course because it's not their right; it's the show's But the book tries to make up for it by hyperfocusing on the side characters and villains Overall it had an interesting plot very SPN like The various accidents were gruesome and compelling to try to stop But the villain itself seemed split the first half has its focus on his ability to take small possibilities for disaster and push them to fruition but rather than follow that to its natural conclusion the book throws in that this demon wants a family and is coming back to collect its sonsnew wife to take back to its world Which isn't to say the plot couldn't juggle both but we spend a considerable amount of time with these three boys who've grown up the past eighteen years come into their power only for them to not use the trademark bad luck power that drew Sam and Dean to the location in the first place It might've been poetic way to end their stories; that they've had bad luck all their lives and now have the power to give that bad luck to others but no It's just a mind control bloodbath at the end which seemed like a shame On top of that I didn't feel much sympathy for most of the characters an the one I did the one we were supposed to root for was killed in a rather anticlimactic fashion The parts that did revolve around the supernatural accidents and the boys Bobby investigating however were delightful Sam struggles with keeping his head on his shoulders Dean gets low key attached to a black cat that becomes useful at the end of the book and Bobby's crotchety competence is always appreciated no matter if it's on paper or on screen Overall I enjoyed reading it I wasn't aware the SPN books had so many installments but I'll probably be picking up another again in the future

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Rite of PassageThirty years ago Sam and Dean Winchester lost their mother to a demonic supernatural force Following the tragedy their father taught the boys everything about the paranormal evil that lives in the dark corners of America and how to kill itLau. Good book Didn't like the oni though Glad Bobby Dean and Sam were able to stop them RIP Ryan and the people the oni killed