Na noite de dois de novembro de , gritos e um choro alto fizeram John Winchester pular da cama assustado. A seguir, deparou-se com uma cena. Supernatural - O diário de John Winchester (Portuguese Edition) Alex Irvine. Na noite de dois de both in printed or e-book style are available. We suggest you. Sam and Dean Winchester know all the secrets their father recorded in his journal. Now you can, kaz-news.info November 2, , Sam and Dean Winchester lost their.
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Editions for John Winchester's Journal: (Hardcover published in Supernatural: O Diario De John Winchester (Hardcover) ebook, pages. Go back on the road with Sam and Dean Winchester in this revised and updated edition of the best-selling O Diário de John Winchester - Série Supernatural. Confira também os eBooks mais vendidos, lançamentos e livros digitais exclusivos. Supernatural - O Diário de John Winchester (Coleção Supernatural ).
There are a lot of moments that make me want to scream, when plot lines don't make sense, there's way too many inconsistencies or - most of all - when they just abort the best story lines completely. Anyway, what I really wanted to say was: while all these genres are accurate, I mainly watch the show as a character study.
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That might be both the reason why I actually still love the later seasons and why the show frustrates me to no end. Two brothers in their 30s who've literally been to hell and back, who lose all their friends except for that one angel friend Castiel who's a tragic figure in itself, having turned his back to heaven after choosing Dean above all else , who don't have any sort of stability or normalcy in their lives and who are both mentally not very well.
I want to know this kind of stuff.
I want to have a look at their fucked up ness through a magnifier. I live my TV like I like my novels: characters first, stories second. Which is to say, mainly I watch this show for glimpses of a show it could be.
So, why am I talking about this, and what does it have to do with this book? This is supposed to be the journal he's written between the death of his wife and his own death.
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At about the same time, six of Juliet Monroe's cattle are slaughtered in the field in what appears to be an animal attack.
A short time later, a woman is murdered in her home by the ghost of a Native American that died in a bloody battle. When Sam and Dean investigate the new mall being built in the area, another spirit strikes, killing a security guard.
The murders keep happening, all seeming to be perpetuated by different spirits--a nineteenth century soldier, an angry bear, and a Native American--and more attackers show up all the time.
Juliet Monroe and her rancher friend, Stu Phillips cute rock alias, dude!
Stu and later another friend are both killed when they venture outside; Juliet remains indoors and plots to kill the wolf-creature that murdered them. Meanwhile, Sam and Dean investigate the forty-year murder cycle, going down several blind alleys until they meet Baird Harmon, a ninety-one-year-old who has witnessed three of these murder cycles and is doing his best to stop this one.
With his help, they discover that a witch named Elizabeth Marlbrough once lived in the valley, and that the forty-year cycle is a result of her curse on the land. While Sam assists local police and security at a mall opening in town, Dean and Baird search for the witch's grave. Unfortunately, Baird is killed while preventing Elizabeth's spirit from killing Dean.
He's a hero and saved everyone, at least. The boys also manage to sort-of rescue Juliet she made the bathroom bomb on her own, though, and had already set the wolf on fire--gosh, the characters here are a lot more proactive in solving their own problems than in Nevermore. As for retrofitted series history, there's not a lot of that here. There are some stylish flashbacks to Sam and Dean's youth with their father--training in the wilderness and whatnot--that are very in character, though the scene of John abandoning both boys without food and water for several days probably won't improve fans' opinion of John any.
Gorier, grittier than the first SPN novel, Witch's Canyon includes lots of deaths, so many that the author never bothered to give us a final count. And the real-life repercussions on a small town that has suffered such catastrophic and spectacular losses are never addressed.
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Let's face it, in a world as wired and connected as it was in , the events - and the death count - in one small town near the Grand Canyon would have been major fodder for the hour news channels and could never have been explained away by the too-easy explanation the town's sheriff says in the final pages that people are already accepting. In fact, in light of the timeframe of the killings and their horrendous natures, that explanation would never be accepted by the town's citizens.
Still, the story was exciting and it moved along quickly. I would have liked to have spent a little more time in Dean's and Sam's heads, but the bits I did get rang true to their characters as SPN fans have come to know them.
Would someone please label these novels by 1 their order in the book series and 2 their timeframes within the SPN TV series timeline? Shapeshifting ghosts, a 40 year-old curse, brutal attacks, murder and mayhem. Witch's Canyon Supernatural 2 is an original story, but only an okay homage to Supernatural's early seasons.
The story could've been made a lot better if the author had been a more mindful fan of the show. Honestly, I didn't enjoy this one as much as Nevermore; it lacked the boys' trademark humour, there was veritably little brotherly banter or other expectant dialogue and the story did crawl in places. Revised ed. He has written Supernatural episode guides for every season and is a regular interviewer for the Official Supernatural Magazine.
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Capa dura Compra verificada. Amei o livro. A review from the perspective of a fan and a bookbinder Compra verificada. I don't want to re-hash what many others have written here, but this book is amazing. I'm a professional bookbinder fineblankbooks.
I've watched this show since episode 1 and feel I pretty much know it inside and out and this book has so much great info. My favorite parts are the sections that deal with the behind-the scenes stuff and I especially can't wait to read the section about what goes into the creation of the hotel room sets I've always been a bit fascinated with how they came up with the distinctive look to the hotel rooms which is definitely unique to this show.
You've already read in the other reviews here about all the stuff that comes with the book that you can pull out. That's all very cool though when I received the book, the envelope of posters of the Chuck Shurley book covers had already pulled off the page in transit and taken some of the image with it But it's bad for a book - bad for the binding - to have something that thick shoved into it and I'll probably re-attach the envelope to the page, but leave the folded posters out of it when it's stored; just keep them near it instead of in it.
From a bookbinder's perspective, this book is actually SEWN together in folded sections called "signatures" which is a rarity anymore often, even large coffee-table books that are mass-produced are glued together instead of sewn.
This allows the book to lay open flat and is really the best way to make a book. There's nothing I hate more than paying a lot for a book only to get it and find out it was cheaply assembled. This one was not. There is a lot of attention to detail in the look and content of this book.
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I mentioned that it was bad for the binding to have stuff attached to the pages it adds thickness to the book that puts stress on the spine over time , HOWEVER, with the exception of the thick packet of Chuck Shurley posters, the other things that are attached to the pages are spread around; attached in different places on different pages they aren't all attached to the center of the pages, for example and if you're going to attach things to the pages, this is the RIGHT way to do it!
It means that no one area of the book ends up with excess thicknessCongrats, if you have never watched Supernatural and read all the way through Jeff Mariotte lives in Arizona.
I want to know this kind of stuff. Gorier, grittier than the first SPN novel, Witch's Canyon includes lots of deaths, so many that the author never bothered to give us a final count. Let's face it, in a world as wired and connected as it was in , the events - and the death count - in one small town near the Grand Canyon would have been major fodder for the hour news channels and could never have been explained away by the too-easy explanation the town's sheriff says in the final pages that people are already accepting.