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Cut off all communications with them until you've read it for yourself It had the feel of a Supernatural feature film, and Sam and Dean work together as efficiently as in the early parts of the series In the years that followed, their father taught them about the paranormal evil that exists in the dark corners of America, and taught them how to kill it. Passarella also manages to weave in character exploration, which reveals how deeply familiar he has made himself with the world of Supernatural. Name Required.

Sam, Dean and Bobby were the same trio I welcome on my screen every week and the story itself was layered and engrossing, just like a weekly episode. Rite of Passage exceeded my expectation so much that I am definitely checking out Mr. He references parts of the Supernatural canon only diehard fans will pick up, and considering he created this storyline to live in the middle of season seven, he even hints at some things still to come down the line that actually do get paid off on-screen This is the first Supernatural novel LA TV Insider Examiner has ever been sent for review, and we have to admit, Passarella set a high bar for any future ones we check out—and thanks to his clever creation, we certainly want to check out more!

The death count in the story was likely higher than all the episodes of one season combined I could picture and hear what was going on as I read as if I was watching an episode of the show The story itself is quite tragic, and I found myself wishing that some things were different in the end.

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Fans of the show Something else the novel brings forward about the hunting life is that a hunter's job is never done. The novel begins with Sam and Dean hunting harpies before moving into them picking up reports about the deaths in Laurel Hill. Touches like those make this a good tie-in novel for the series Overall, it's an entertaining read and worth checking out if you're a Supernatural fan It draws you in, from the bloody deaths to Sam and Dean's investigation to the original characters for the novel, and it's hard to put down.

Rite of Passage] totally exceeded my expectations The lore in the story is also pretty awesome Though the thing I liked the most about the book is the few scattered references to things that assure you the author actually likes the series as much or, almost as much, in some cases as the readers Rite of Passage ] was a fast read that became more engrossing as it went on.

Stakes ratcheted, descriptions were strong, and there was no lack of violence I was surprised how much I wanted to keep reading once I got into it Ffull review here. Twenty-nine 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 Alerted to strange happenings in Clayton Falls, Colorado, Bobby sends the boys to check it out.

A speeding car with no driver, a homeless man pursued by a massive Gila monster, a little boy chased by uprooted trees—it all sounds like the stuff of nightmares. The brothers fight to survive a series of terrifying nighttimes, realizing that sometimes the nightmares don't go away—even when you're awake A brand-new Supernatural novel set amidst the turmoil of season 6, that reveals a previously unseen adventure for the Winchester brothers, from the hit CW series!

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Read interview. Read the Affairs Magazine review of Supernatural: Night Terror and an interview with John Passarella about the book. A treat for all horror fans Passarella also manages to weave in character exploration, which reveals how deeply familiar he has made himself with the world of Supernatural. Ultimately, this is a story which I'm surprised the Supernatural writers themselves haven't thought up yet.

For anyone who likes the darker, more gory standalone episodes of Supernatural like 'Bloody Mary,' 'Everybody Loves a Clown' and 'My Bloody Valentine,' this book is for you! Basically, the new SPN book "Rite of Passage" is going to make you want to avoid every possible life activity.

Rite of Passage by John Passarella is a must-have for any Supernatural fan.

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Rite of Passage is] an excellent example of a Supernatural tale. Taken on its own, this could even be seen as the basis for a big-budget film treatment.

The characterizations are right on point, the mythology is well-maintained, and all of the various elements come together in the end. You do not have to be a fan of the [CW television] series in order to fully enjoy this adventure Author John Passarella is well known for writing some dark, twisted, and creepy stories.

That possible imbalance is probably what gives each of his stories their surreal aura. Whatever talent, dark imagination, or paranormal ability this author has, he definitely used it in spades for writing [ Supernatural: Rite of Passage ]. I ended up reading the entire book in a single sitting. Thank heavens I was on vacation and did not mind losing so much sleep! Rite of Passage ] is palpable.

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I found it difficult to put down even though I was quite disturbed by some of the imagery The brotherly banter is in full swing in spite of the extra burden Sam carries Passarella captures the burden Sam is dealing with throughout the novel until it finally becomes a very real threat.

While Dean snaps his one-liners the decay of his will to hunt is beginning to show. Rite of Passage ], I was a little nervous. Could a book really compete with a weekly TV show and the smoldering good looks of the cast? Would the characters and world they inhabit feel the same? I was pleasantly surprised at how engrossed I was with the story.

Sam, Dean and Bobby were the same trio I welcome on my screen every week and the story itself was layered and engrossing, just like a weekly episode. Rite of Passage exceeded my expectation so much that I am definitely checking out Mr. He references parts of the Supernatural canon only diehard fans will pick up, and considering he created this storyline to live in the middle of season seven, he even hints at some things still to come down the line that actually do get paid off on-screen This is the first Supernatural novel LA TV Insider Examiner has ever been sent for review, and we have to admit, Passarella set a high bar for any future ones we check out—and thanks to his clever creation, we certainly want to check out more!

The death count in the story was likely higher than all the episodes of one season combined I could picture and hear what was going on as I read as if I was watching an episode of the show The story itself is quite tragic, and I found myself wishing that some things were different in the end.

Fans of the show Something else the novel brings forward about the hunting life is that a hunter's job is never done. The novel begins with Sam and Dean hunting harpies before moving into them picking up reports about the deaths in Laurel Hill.

Touches like those make this a good tie-in novel for the series Overall, it's an entertaining read and worth checking out if you're a Supernatural fan It draws you in, from the bloody deaths to Sam and Dean's investigation to the original characters for the novel, and it's hard to put down. Rite of Passage] totally exceeded my expectations Basically, the new SPN book "Rite of Passage" is going to make you want to avoid every possible life activity. Rite of Passage by John Passarella is a must-have for any Supernatural fan.

Rite of Passage is] an excellent example of a Supernatural tale. Taken on its own, this could even be seen as the basis for a big-budget film treatment. The characterizations are right on point, the mythology is well-maintained, and all of the various elements come together in the end. You do not have to be a fan of the [CW television] series in order to fully enjoy this adventure Author John Passarella is well known for writing some dark, twisted, and creepy stories.

That possible imbalance is probably what gives each of his stories their surreal aura. Whatever talent, dark imagination, or paranormal ability this author has, he definitely used it in spades for writing [ Supernatural: Rite of Passage ].

I ended up reading the entire book in a single sitting. Thank heavens I was on vacation and did not mind losing so much sleep! Rite of Passage ] is palpable. I found it difficult to put down even though I was quite disturbed by some of the imagery The brotherly banter is in full swing in spite of the extra burden Sam carries Passarella captures the burden Sam is dealing with throughout the novel until it finally becomes a very real threat.

While Dean snaps his one-liners the decay of his will to hunt is beginning to show. Rite of Passage ], I was a little nervous. Could a book really compete with a weekly TV show and the smoldering good looks of the cast? Would the characters and world they inhabit feel the same?

I was pleasantly surprised at how engrossed I was with the story. Sam, Dean and Bobby were the same trio I welcome on my screen every week and the story itself was layered and engrossing, just like a weekly episode. Rite of Passage exceeded my expectation so much that I am definitely checking out Mr. He references parts of the Supernatural canon only diehard fans will pick up, and considering he created this storyline to live in the middle of season seven, he even hints at some things still to come down the line that actually do get paid off on-screen This is the first Supernatural novel LA TV Insider Examiner has ever been sent for review, and we have to admit, Passarella set a high bar for any future ones we check out—and thanks to his clever creation, we certainly want to check out more!

The death count in the story was likely higher than all the episodes of one season combined I could picture and hear what was going on as I read as if I was watching an episode of the show The story itself is quite tragic, and I found myself wishing that some things were different in the end.

Fans of the show Something else the novel brings forward about the hunting life is that a hunter's job is never done. The novel begins with Sam and Dean hunting harpies before moving into them picking up reports about the deaths in Laurel Hill. Touches like those make this a good tie-in novel for the series Overall, it's an entertaining read and worth checking out if you're a Supernatural fan It draws you in, from the bloody deaths to Sam and Dean's investigation to the original characters for the novel, and it's hard to put down.

Rite of Passage] totally exceeded my expectations