Supernatural: Bone Key Paperback – 26 Sep 2008
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About the Author
Keith R. A. DeCandido is best known for his Star Trek fiction, and has also written tie-in novels for other popular sci-fi and fantasy series, such as Buffy, Doctor Who, Andromeda and Farscape, as well as Spider-Man comic books and videogames (World of Warcraft, Starcraft, Command & Conquer). He has also edited various anthologies, including Doctor Who: Short Trips and several Star Trek anthologies. DeCandido is also a professional musician and is currently a member of the Boogie Knights.
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If you're not then go and get the dvd Supernatural - The Complete First Season and watch it, because it's a hugely entertaining show.
so if you are familiar with the show then read on [although the book does fill in most of the back story so you never know, this might be something that would get you hooked on it. but watch the dvd anyway, eh?]
this story is an all new tale, not based on any tv episode, and it takes place roughly a third of the way through the third year of the programme. sam and dean visit the island of key west in the south of florida, to investigate several deaths that have taken place there. ths island is being haunted by ghosts of those who lived and died there. a strange couple are making sacrifices. and a vengeful spirit is waiting to strike. and when the latter happens, the whole human race might just be at threat.
can sam and dean save the day?
the book is roughly two hundred and eighty three pages long, divided into twenty chapters. and it does have an advantage over the previous two supernatural novels in that's it's a fair bit shorter than them, which makes it much better paced.
the characterisation of the main characters is spot on and you can imagine the actors saying the dialogue. there are a fair amount of supporting characters also, and they're given a fair amount of depth. but where the book really scores is the setting. the island is very convincingly described, with a lot of local colour and detail, and it makes it sound like a very interesting place to visit.
not great literature but a very entertaining read if you're a fan of the show, and a good way to spend time whilst waiting for the next episode.
not one for the very young thanks to some adult themes and moments.
I also absolutely love the playlists he has included at the back of both books, they make the experience all the better!!
Once you don't look too much in to it you'll also enjoy reading it! Easy to read, good storyline.
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PLOT WAS NOT QUITE AS GOOD AS THE OTHERS BUT A MUST READ IF YOU ARE A SUPERNATURAL FAN
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