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The Usual Sacrifices Summary ¸ 8 æ When Sam and Dean head to Kentucky to investigate a rash of unexplained disappearances in a town close to Mammoth Cave they’re told local folk tales about the mysterious cave and the sacrifices it reuires to ensure the town’s prosperity Could the disappearances be linked to the ritual or is another brand of evMmoth Cave they’re told local folk tales about the mysterious cave and the sacrifices it reuires to ensure. Much better than average book outing for the Winchesters uickly paced plot that would make a great episode of this cult classic series Interesting take on the typical monster of the week and the true villains are human not a spoiler Recommended for all Winchester fans

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When Sam and Dean head to Kentucky to investigate a rash of unexplained disappearances in a town close to Ma. This is my 16th SPN novel and it probably won't be my last Since they're not all by the same author you never really know what to expect I've had some I really loved because I felt like I was right in that great SPN episode and I've had some I didn't really like because the writing needed a lot of improvement This one is somewhere in the middle I guess The writing wasn't amazing but still good and the story didn't really pull me in but the Supernatural feeling was definetlly there with Dean just being Dean The development of the story was uite slow but it helped to get a feeling for the town and its people I'll give 35 375 stars

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The Usual SacrificesThe town’s prosperity Could the disappearances be linked to the ritual or is another brand of evil at wor. I honestly don't even know where to start with this I am a HUGE fan of the TV show Sam and Dean have been with me for literally half of my life This book was NOT what I was hoping for It read like really really bad fan fiction by someone who didn't know the characters or the tone of the show at all It is supposed to take place during Season 10 which is when Dean has the Mark of Cain and it left me wondering if the author has even seen that season or the show in general The plot was almost non existent Unlike the show the boys did almost no research other than 1 scene when they go to the library and when they finally head into the cave they have ABSOLUTELY NO IDEA what kind of monster they are going to encounter Which doesn't vibe with Sam and Dean at all They went into the cave not knowing what they were going to face and therefore they didn't know how to kill it By that point they usually have a fair idea of what they're looking at Nope Not in this one Overall the story was extremely slow and uneventful and Sam and Dean did not in my opinion follow their well established characters They acted scared and jumpy which is not how 2 badass monster hunters would act in my opinion They would have walked into that cave fully confident that they were about to kill the baddie and would have sauntered out with cocky smiles on their faces I would have liked discussions on what was going on besides them just talking about how many people were missing And Dean has character traits than just being hungry and confrontational all the time He's protective and smart and witty and resourceful He exhibited none of these things Sam is always trying to figure out the lore behind whatever monstercreature they are facing and that never seemed to happen either At 50 pages to the end I still had no idea what kind of monster if any was killing people And the psychic element just felt like a cop out Like the author didn't want to put any effort into creating the lore and background for the towncharactersmonster so she plopped a psychic into the town so that the boys would have an extremely vague idea of what was going on But even that wasn't fully developed The psychic didn't know what was going on and couldn't give them a description of what exactly was happening or what was taking all these people Again it felt lazy on the side of the author Like she didn't care enough about the story or the Winchesters to create a fully fleshed out story I did not like this book in case that wasn't clear and I doubt I will be reading any published Supernatural Books I'll stick to fan fiction and Wattpad for thatAt least those people care about the integrity of the Supernatural Universe