Nevermore - Keith R.A. DeCandido
I just want to know...why is it that some people think that reading a novelization of a show you like is breaking some sort of fandom law? As a fan of Supernatural, I tend to be drawn to anything pertaining to the show, and I'm not ashamed of reading this book.

Although it combined a few of my favorite things (Supernatural, Edgar Allan Poe, a haunting...), I just wasn't feeling it that much. Which I find odd, really. I probably would have liked it better if it had just focused on one storyline. I think maybe filling it to the brim with a ghost seeking justice AND the murders with a Edgar Allan Poe theme was just too much for a small novel such as this one.

There were times that I thought the author hit the nail on the head when it came to Sam's and Dean's personalities, but I almost felt like he was trying too hard when it came to Dean sometimes. He definitely got his love of classic rock down pat. I did enjoy reading about a few things that happened on the show that I forgot about though. So, it wasn't the greatest book in the world, but it wasn't that bad either.