Supernatural: Nevermore

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Title Supernatural: Nevermore
ISBN 978-0061370908
Author(s) Keith R.A. DeCandido
Publisher HarperEntertainment
Published July 31, 2007
Purchase Available on Amazon
Preceded by None
Succeeded by Supernatural: Witch's Canyon

Supernatural: Nevermore by Keith R.A. DeCandido is the first novel tie-in for Supernatural. It takes place between the second season episodes "Crossroad Blues" and "Croatoan." It was published July 31, 2007 by HarperEntertainment and is 336 pages in length.

Contents

Synopsis

Sam and Dean have hit New York City to check out a local rocker's haunted house. But before they can figure out why a lovesick banshee in an '80s heavy-metal T-shirt is wailing in the bedroom, a far more macabre crime catches their attention. Not far from the house, two university students were beaten to death by a strange assailant. A murder that's bizarre even by New York City standards, it's the latest in a line of killings that the brothers soon suspect are based on the creepy stories of legendary writer Edgar Allan Poe.

Their investigation leads them to the center of one of Poe's horror classics, face-to-face with their most terrifying foe yet. And if Sam and Dean don't rewrite the ending of this chilling tale, a grisly serial killer will end their lives forevermore.

Characters

Quotes

Sam shrugged as he sipped his coffee. "What can I tell you, Dean, it was revolutionary at the time. And hey, if it wasn't for that story, we probably wouldn't have CSI today." "No loss," Dean said. "There's better things on Thursday nights anyhow."

Trivia

  • Historian's Note - This novel takes place between the second-season Supernatural episodes "Crossroad Blues" and "Croatoan."
  • The author gives a mention of SuperWiki in his acknowledgments as an online resource for his work.
  • While talking with Dean, Sam admits that John actually did assist in his application to Stanford by filling in relevant paperwork for Sam's scholarship, although Sam later admits that he had John declared legally missing after his first year to allow him to deal with the paperwork himself.
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