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A Big Improvement!
on 12 December 2011
Ever since I read the title and synopsis of this book I couldn't wait to read it! It is a subject me and a friend have talked about many times about possible plot ideas for Supernatural and it became a reality!
After reading the previous three books (War of the Sons, One Year Gone and Coyote's Kiss) I wasn't sure if I was going to enjoy this book as much as I did. I found the other three to be greately disappointing in both plot, character building and the over all telling of the story but John Passarella revived my hope for any SPN books that may be to come in the future.
It took me longer than usual to read this book because I had to work it around my work shifts but had I not needed to work I would have read this in one sitting. I found John's story telling and grammar a vast improvement on the previous books, he kept me gripped into the story and the nightmares characters were having could easily be a refelection of many people's fears (mine would have been the spider xD).
The characters in this book were believable and not too Mary-Sue/Gary-Stu like unlike in previous books, in my opinion.
As well written as Night Terror was my only complaint would be that it would have been nice if there was just a tiny bit more focus on the nightmares of the Winchesters. I would have also liked to have more focus and length on the fight between Soulless Sam and Dean towards the end instead of the page and a half (roughly).
But all in all this was a great book and I would definately recommend it for any Supernatural fan, the brother's relationship was back on track and it was like watching an episode.