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 America...and he taught them how to kill it.
Sam and Dean have hit New York City to check out a local ro...more
The story with the ghost was decent enough but it was just weird reading about Sam & Dean. I couldn't really picture them as themselves in the show, which is one of my fav shows.
They talk about the Impala and music and some funny stuff from Dean, but it just wasn't the same. Damn it!
Well, I tried. I guess I will stick ...more
Readers who are going to buy this book, please consider reading my review before you actually spend your precious money on it. I know its Supernatural, you love the show, but consider my review as a warning.
And People who REALLY liked this book, please don't read my review.
First of all, I would like talk about the cover. Dean and Sam are looking hot as usual, background is okay, like the fog, but whats up with this red circle (whatever it is) saying ...more
The inconsistencies abound in this book. For starters, ...more
So Much Fun!
but not a good case (plot)...
But I enjoyed reading it.
because I'm dying to read new stories about these heroic Brothers, the FREAKING WINCHESTERS!
World building (monstrous, ghostly, etc) & Characters (Sam & Dean Winchester; except some minor people) were in the tv shows
so of course: ★★★★★/5
Written Style: ★★★★★/5
amazing; it was exactly what Sam & Dean would say (I laughed so much at their comments & sarcasm) or do.
the case was a bit lame. ...more
I've read better fan-fiction.
Seriously. Without a doubt, this is one of the top ten Worst Books I've Ever Read. It was a struggle to get through.
I didn't go into Nevermore expecting much, just a good, fun, stupid read about my latest TV obsession, but I expected the author to at least get Sam and Dean's characterization down. Within the first thirty pages, I was completely horrified by just how "off" they were:
Dean is an idiot whose sole inte ...more
This particular story sees the brothers to New York to help out a friend of a friend with a ghost haunting him, calling out "love me." While there, they take on another, darker case. Someone is creating a murder ritual to bring Edgar Allen Poe back to life.. ...more
I was ecstatic when I realized that some genius (more than one someone) had written books to this series.
Because, I really really do love me them books. I had to read them. now. right now!
But then my rational side kicked in and was all like
But then I rarely listen to that part of my brain when it comes to SPN.
This book was a little weird to get into.
Mostly because it was difficult for me to go from watching the boys and ...more
On the other hand, descriptions of driving and the mechanics of how to fit a large car into a small space ... let's just say a little goes a long way. Also, the author's Dean is not my Dean. Neither is his Sa ...more
The author did a fantastic job of switching between the brothers perspective throughout the story, and captured their personalities and inner monologues pretty perfectly. The plot was a bit predictable - just like the show - and mimicked the show pretty well in terms of pacing, characterization, etc.
Basically I got exactly what I thought I would and I asked my library to order the next in the se ...more
The biggest issue I had: Sammich is not and will never be acceptable.
But it was pretty good, I mean it was basically like reading iffy fanfiction. Let's be real; I read Redemption Road so I've got some pretty high standards. This was alright though. Enjoyable, just not up there. The mom ...more
Yay!!!! Nice to see Sam and Dean in their own novel. The Poe Murders were very interesting. Glad resurrection doesn't happen in real life. Also glad that they were able to figure out who killed Roxy. Hope more cops will help the hunters.
Can't wait to read Witch's Canyon!!!!
Nevermore is the first, which I probably would have started with anyway, as a Baltimore res ...more
This is the first Supernatural story, so it is basically the one that all others are based off of, and this one did not disappoint. With a healthy dose of Poe, and the usual hunting and brotherly bantering that can only be seen in a Supernatural episode, this was a ha ...more
However, sometimes doing this is damned impossible.
Generally, such has always been the case for Sherrilyn Kenyon's books and JR Ward's Black Dagger Brotherhood. When I'm immersed body, mind and soul into a novel, I can't analyze it in the same manner I would with other books. The character ...more
Decandido was very descriptive throughout this novel, but not in a good way. He talked all about New York, but never about Sam or Dean or the supporting characters. The supporting characters were not fleshed out in the slightest. Al ...more
The blurb promises a lot more than you'll get.
You won't be surprised that with a title Nevermore plus a specific setting, it has to be about Poe or his works. Someone is trying to recreate a resurrection ritual killing people in a manner found in Poe's stories and poems. Now, I love Poe and usually when his motifs are used in fiction, I like it. Here, it fell flat. Oh, and boring. Dean calling Sam Sammich (I don't remember that ever happening) and listing every single band and their songs did ...more
Okay! So I've been taking a break from the show for a few months now (I'm only on season 3) and I missed these characters so I picked this up. It starts off really refreshing, Sam and Dean seem in character, there's mystery, and it's pretty fun. But then as you get introduced to more and more characters, they completely irked me - in every way. Annoying, stereotypical and...strange. The dialogue was getting more irritating and just felt less and less enjoyable as I went along.
The mystery wa ...more
It wasn't bad. It wasn't great either, but it wasn't bad. My daughter loves the Supernatural series, turns out my wife did to. I'm now watching the DVDs.
I'll probably read the other books given time (okay, so I'm a nerd...or possibly a geek, I'm never sure of the difference). I "sort-of" like the series (don't get your theology from it or anything), and I sort-of like the books. Brain candy for sure, but still fun.
This one follows the story of Sam and De ...more
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