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Supernatural: John Winchester's Journalby Alex Irvine
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Sam and Dean Winchester know allthe secrets their father recorded inhis journal. Now you can too.
On November 2, 1983, Sam and Dean Winchester lost theirmother to a demonic supernatural force. In the wake of thetragedy, their father, John, set out to learn everything he couldabout the paranormal evil that lives in the dark corners and onthe back roads of America . . . and how to kill it. In his personaljournal, he not only compiled folklore, legend, and superstitionabout all manner of otherworldly enemies but also recorded hisexperiences—hunting the creature that killed his wife even ashe raised his two sons.
Part prequel, part resource guide, John WinchestersJournal finally gives fans the ultimate companion book forSupernatural. Its all here: the exorcism Sam and Dean usedin “Phantom Traveler,” Johns notes on everything from shapeshiftersto Samuel Colt, Deans first hunt, Sams peewee soccerteam . . . and Johns single-minded pursuit of a growing anddeadly evil.
Sam and Dean Winchester take up the reins of theirfather's quest to hunt down the demon who killed their mother. Lucky for them,John recorded the secrets of his dark crusade in his one-of-a-kind journalfilled with hard-won knowledge of monster hunting and preternatural dealings—atome revealing the heart of a man haunted by guilt after the death of Sam andDean's mother . . . and a story that ends abruptly at John's own disappearance.Without the diary, Sam and Dean would have been lost during their adventures onthe CW's Supernatural—and now, with the journal itself in your hands, you toocan delve into the eldritch world of monsters, ghost, spirits and ghoulsalongside television's hottest demon hunters. A opus of hidden knowledge, JohnWinchester's Journal is a must-have addition to any Supernatural fan's occultlibrary.
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