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Witch's Canyon Characters Ë 107 ¹ Twenty two years ago Sam and Dean Winchester lost their mother to a mysterious and demonic supernatural force In the years after their father John taught them about the paranormal evil that lives in the dark corners and on the back roads of Americaand he taught them how to kill itSam and Dean have set out on a road Twenty two years ago Sam and Dean Winchester lost their mother to a mysterious and demonic supernatural force In the years after their father John taught them about the paranormal evil that lives in the dark corners and on the back roads of Americaand he taught them how to kill itSam and Dean have set out on a road trip to the Grand Canyon but this is no vacation for the brothers. Not finishing this crap book A murder spree bloody massacre in a whole town Ramblings about how it's like for them to live in motel rooms How their relationship with their father was Really Maybe if it was the first book even then Stop with the filling up already and get to the fuckin' pointPlus I honestly don't recall Sam being the one calling the shots In the show where this is supposedly based upon the brothers were always treated euitably Here the story is all told from Sam's perspective like Sam's the main character and Dean was his little brother But it just felt off to me And I really do like Sam a lot but Dean is no secondary character now come on in Dean's toneThis feels nothing like the awesome show that Supernatural is Even if I take Supernatural out of the euation and treat the book like it's some other random stand alone or something it's still a crappy book to me

Jeffrey J. Mariotte ´ 7 Characters

On a stretch of deserted ranchland just beyond the canyon's stunning vistas mysterious murder sprees have occurred every forty years The area's inhabitants have been few and far between in years past but a nearby mega mall is about to celebrate its grand opening and attract thousands of fresh victimsThe Winchester boys are determined to protect locals and shoppers alike but they n. Supernatural Witch's Canyon is the second novel in the Supernatural series and was written by Jeff Mariotte Eric Kripke I've been a fan of the television series for years but I've never read the books until now I was glad I started because this book was great I love how I can picture Dean and Sam so clearly and really see them acting and speaking the way the did throughout the book It makes things excellent for fans of the television series because you get face time with Sam and Dean and in a whole new way Mariotte did a great job decribing the characters for us especially those who aren't familiar with the television series The secondary characters who are decribed in the book don't stick around too long I usually don't giveaway such a line but lots of secondary characters die in this book It's hard to say it it was just wow There gone There gone LOL I'm glad I wasn't a secondary character in this book ; What I did like is the gore No I'm not a weirdo but I do like a good horror novelmovie and this book was good on that aspect More so than the show at times actually I enjoyed how the book got down to buisness and actually did feel like a Supernatural episode most of the time It was a good read with a good plot but I found something missing Maybe it was the boys They didn't feel excatly like the Sam and Dean we have grown to love and I guess it just bothered me a little bit Would I recommed this book to others Yes and maybe If you are a hardcore Supernatural fan like myself I would recommend this book for sure It's Sam and Dean what's not good about that If your not so into the tv series or you just think it's okay then I would say it's up to you to read this It's not a bad book at all I actually enjoyed many parts but it could be less pleasing to a regular ParanormalMystery reader

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Witch's CanyonEver anticipated they'd be fighting a group of killers this vicious this vindictive this dead A deadly horde of animal spirits and human ghosts has arisen to terrorize this tiny corner of the Arizona desert If Sam and Dean can't figure out why the wide open spaces of the West will once again become a desolate frontier and the witch's canyon will be the brothers' final resting plac. As a fan of the show I walked away very disappointed in this attempt at a tie in novel The story itself dragged and while the author was probably trying to fill a page count uota it only managed to make the plot seem really uninteresting Also there were many instances where it felt like Dean and Sam's roles were mysteriously reversed Their dialogue read as if they were saying each others lines Maybe that's up to personal interpretation but it left me wondering if the writer had even seen an episode of Supernatural before So a very low score for this one