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Coyote's Kiss by Christa Faust
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Aug 04, 11

bookshelves: paranormal, read-in-2011, sci-fi-and-fantasy

In general it was a fun romp! It's soulless Sam being soulless most of the time and being a little too soullful on occasion. That was a slight weakness to the characterization. Dean also had moments where he trusted his brother, and at this point in the tale, just before "Appointment in Samarra", Dean should be going out of his mind dealing with the shell that is his brother. After all, it's only a few weeks later that Dean has his haert stopped so he can meet up ith Death. You have to be in some state to go that extreme.

that said, let it all go and just enjoy the ride. And the ride is fun, and energetic, and there's a precious soulless moment when Dean's life is in peril but Sam takes the time to buy two prostitutes for the night! And in the end, being soulless works to Sammy's advantage and saves the day. Meantime Dean meets the female version of himself and doesn't get laid.

Seriously, you watch Supernatural? Read the book.
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