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Some Of Us Really Do Watch For The Plot: A Collection of Supernatural Essays

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This eclectic collection is the first, official or unofficial, to explore the characters and world of Supernatural. Sam and Dean's psychology, emotional lives and even fashion sense are analyzed, the dynamics of the Winchester family explored and the reasons why there is not more fraternal hugging is seriously considered. We get insights into supporting characters such as ...more
Paperback, 333 pages
Published 2007 by CafePress
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Kris
Oct 08, 2007 rated it it was ok
Shelves: 2007
There were a couple of metas that were entertaining, and seemed rather well thought out, but for the most part, I had some serious issues with it:

1. Arguments that didn't seem thought out, or seemed rather abrupt.
2. Typos. Typos. Typos.
3. Multiple pages without print, where there should have been.
4. Comments made by the people writing the metas, to the people putting the book together, and which weren't taken out.
5. Someone doing NOE ("Name of Episode"), instead of "Name of Episode" (NOE), and t
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Kate
Aug 15, 2013 rated it liked it
The good: this book was written and published by fans! The bad: this book was written and published by fans. But seriously... overall the book was average, but the individual essays varied a lot. Some were really well thought out and insightful, and others were just these detailed, tedious blow by blow summaries. Some were well-written, while others really could have used a beta reader. (Or should I say editor?) Regardless, it's really great to see some essays of academic quality, and then reali ...more
Kimberly Zebrowski
Jun 24, 2012 rated it really liked it
Despite some small issues that really aren't worth it to nit-pick at, these very interesting essays. They are only about the first two seasons but it really is a wonderful insight to the observations of the fans. Some essays have topics that I never would have even considered. Overall, I recommend this book to any Supernatural fan who is really fascinated with the themes and hidden meanings of the show. ...more
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