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Whether the reader is new to the Supernatural family or has been with them since the beginning, theyre in for a wild and surprising ride with Supernatural: The Roads Not Taken. For the first time ever, you can make decisions alongside Sam and Dean Winchester in their quest to battle monsters, demons, and every Big Bad looking to crawl out of the dark recesses of Americas Whether the reader is new to the Supernatural family or has been with them since the beginning, they’re in for a wild and surprising ride with Supernatural: The Roads Not Taken. For the first time ever, you can make decisions alongside Sam and Dean Winchester in their quest to battle monsters, demons, and every Big Bad looking to crawl out of the dark recesses of America’s small towns. Open up a local paper in a diner and pick which strange occurrence the boys will investigate first. Jump headfirst into your very own adventure with the Winchester brothers and pick your cover story: will you be an FBI agent, reporter, or bikini inspector? Figure out which lead to follow. Decide whether to split up or stay together. Do you call Bobby Singer for help? And remember, the clock is ticking! If you make the wrong decision, another victim could meet a dark and gory death. Demons, spirits, and ghouls lurk around every corner, waiting to get the drop on Sam and Dean — and only by following all the clues, interviewing the right suspects, and making the right choices can you lead them to victory. This heart-pounding interactive adventure will be broken down into a series of five original stories, each with branching storylines and multiple endings, all based on the choices the reader makes.


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Whether the reader is new to the Supernatural family or has been with them since the beginning, theyre in for a wild and surprising ride with Supernatural: The Roads Not Taken. For the first time ever, you can make decisions alongside Sam and Dean Winchester in their quest to battle monsters, demons, and every Big Bad looking to crawl out of the dark recesses of Americas Whether the reader is new to the Supernatural family or has been with them since the beginning, they’re in for a wild and surprising ride with Supernatural: The Roads Not Taken. For the first time ever, you can make decisions alongside Sam and Dean Winchester in their quest to battle monsters, demons, and every Big Bad looking to crawl out of the dark recesses of America’s small towns. Open up a local paper in a diner and pick which strange occurrence the boys will investigate first. Jump headfirst into your very own adventure with the Winchester brothers and pick your cover story: will you be an FBI agent, reporter, or bikini inspector? Figure out which lead to follow. Decide whether to split up or stay together. Do you call Bobby Singer for help? And remember, the clock is ticking! If you make the wrong decision, another victim could meet a dark and gory death. Demons, spirits, and ghouls lurk around every corner, waiting to get the drop on Sam and Dean — and only by following all the clues, interviewing the right suspects, and making the right choices can you lead them to victory. This heart-pounding interactive adventure will be broken down into a series of five original stories, each with branching storylines and multiple endings, all based on the choices the reader makes.

30 review for The Roads Not Taken (Supernatural: The Television Series)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Carissa Anne

    I really enjoyed this read. It was fun and easy to get through, gory and a bit scary without being bad enough to make sleep impossible. The writer did a great job of capturing Dean and Sam's mannerisms and ways of speaking (especially Dean's sense of humor. That was practically perfect). I didn't really like that the book was split into 4 separate stories. They were way to short for my liking, ESPECIALLY for a "pick your own route" book. It made it less enjoyable in the fact that every wrong I really enjoyed this read. It was fun and easy to get through, gory and a bit scary without being bad enough to make sleep impossible. The writer did a great job of capturing Dean and Sam's mannerisms and ways of speaking (especially Dean's sense of humor. That was practically perfect). I didn't really like that the book was split into 4 separate stories. They were way to short for my liking, ESPECIALLY for a "pick your own route" book. It made it less enjoyable in the fact that every wrong choice automatically ended with Sam and Dean's demise. In other 'pick your own route' books, both choices will often go on for several more sections before one will ultimately end in failure. That is what I was expecting when I started reading this, and I was disappointed when I didn't get that. However, it is an enjoyable read. I would recommend this book to Supernatural fans in a younger generation, maybe 15+ for some mildly sexual context. However, if you're a 'pick your own route' book buff, this may not be the choice for you.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Chrissy

    I was so scared to read this book. But honestly, I ended up being pleasantly surprised. It was just like stepping into the pages of Supernatural. I was afraid they'd be writing a book about something with not really knowing the details, but they nailed it. You could hear practically hear Dean's voice, and see Sam's knowing expressions. It made me so nostalgic for the show. It's a bit sad to realize there were only three adventures in the book. But, when you look at the length of it, I was even I was so scared to read this book. But honestly, I ended up being pleasantly surprised. It was just like stepping into the pages of Supernatural. I was afraid they'd be writing a book about something with not really knowing the details, but they nailed it. You could hear practically hear Dean's voice, and see Sam's knowing expressions. It made me so nostalgic for the show. It's a bit sad to realize there were only three adventures in the book. But, when you look at the length of it, I was even more impressed to see how much work they put into drawing through each of the options. There could only be room enough for three at that point. I used to read those 'choose your own adventure,' Star Wars books in school, and I've always loved those. They are always in the back of my mind when I think about books. To be fair though, I was really impressed through the first adventure, that it started to get tiring in the second two. Once you get used to the pattern, you know you're gonna go back and read the other options anyway. The tone felt a little different too, like maybe it was a different person that wrote it from the first. It had all of our favorite tropes, like Dean loving pie, or 'an animal probably did it.' Or 'I've already talked to the police.' And there were these moments of closeness between Sam and Dean that you can only get from a book. It made me think, 'this is why people say books are always better.' Sam frowned in that special way of his. Dean was very familiar with that expression: it meant that his brother was bugged with something that he couldn't put his finger on yet. Dean knew better than to ask Sam to talk about it. He'd let Sam brood on it for a while. Sam was an Olympic-level brooder. He'd let Dean know when he'd figured it out. Or there was a point when Sam was the one who empathized with the victim's family, because he knew Dean's way of grieving and dealing with Darkness was to counter it with humor, something the family might take as being insensitive, even though Sam knew better. This was so good to me, as a long time loving fan of Supernatural. It's something that's just fun and nostalgic, and I'm glad to put it on my shelf beside my Supernatural DVDs.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Crownoyami

    This was the most fun I've had with a book in YEARS! It's a decision book (not sure what the actual term is) which I haven't read since I was a kid. (You know the ones, if you think Sam and Dean should open the door turn to page 53 if not keep reading type books) I loved it. I loved every second of it, and while typically I'm pretty OCD about reading from Page 1- End I had no trouble with this one (besides the times I chose 'wrong' and had to go back) I love this book and can't wait for more This was the most fun I've had with a book in YEARS! It's a decision book (not sure what the actual term is) which I haven't read since I was a kid. (You know the ones, if you think Sam and Dean should open the door turn to page 53 if not keep reading type books) I loved it. I loved every second of it, and while typically I'm pretty OCD about reading from Page 1- End I had no trouble with this one (besides the times I chose 'wrong' and had to go back) I love this book and can't wait for more from this author, decision book or not!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Emma Rieger

    I enjoyed this book.It was fun to pick your on path, whichever path you takes ends up with a new ending. In this book there are different stories. At the end they all were connected. I especially like how the characters behave just like they do on the show. At each climax of each story in the book it was every good and creepy like Supernatural always is. I enjoyed the book and I would recommend it if you watch the show.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Emma

    Well this was a bit of fun for a Saturday afternoon. Liked the whole process of choosing the correct way forward reminded me of reading Goosebumps in my childhood. Felt there was a little too much explanation of the boys themselves for someone who is a religious viewer of the show but it still kept me entertained.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Ashley Beery

    Loved the ability to choose your own adventure. Even if you picked wrong it still comes into play. The boys sounded EXACTLY like they do in the show. Everything was spot on and I loved it!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Tere Ocádiz

    Ojalá hubiera más decisiones que tomar :c

  8. 5 out of 5

    Guadalupe

    I had to stop and think whenever I had to make a decision because I didn't want my babies to get killed! I have to admit that I was killed three times, though. And every time that happened I was like: The characters... OMG! Waggoner did an amazing job with the dialogues! Dean was perfect, I could hear Jensen's voice speaking in my mind and Dean's sense of humor was on top! Sam was perfect too, it was as if I were watching a Supernatural episode in my mind (well, four episodes actually). The book I had to stop and think whenever I had to make a decision because I didn't want my babies to get killed! I have to admit that I was killed three times, though. And every time that happened I was like: The characters... OMG! Waggoner did an amazing job with the dialogues! Dean was perfect, I could hear Jensen's voice speaking in my mind and Dean's sense of humor was on top! Sam was perfect too, it was as if I were watching a Supernatural episode in my mind (well, four episodes actually). The book is divided into four different stories, but guess what!, in the end they're all connected!! That's one of the things that I liked most about the book! If you are a fan of "Supernatural" and you want to have a good time making choices that will be vital for the Winchesters' future, then this is your book!!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Lissa

    Sam and Dean are on the road, saving people and hunting things, and the reader gets to make some of their decisions for them. There are four stories contained here (well, really, three and a half), and it soon becomes clear that the stories are somehow interrelated (and not just because they're in the same book). I loved Choose Your Own Adventure books when I was a kid, and this book brought back some good memories. I managed to keep Sam and Dean alive for most of the book (only making one bad Sam and Dean are on the road, saving people and hunting things, and the reader gets to make some of their decisions for them. There are four stories contained here (well, really, three and a half), and it soon becomes clear that the stories are somehow interrelated (and not just because they're in the same book). I loved Choose Your Own Adventure books when I was a kid, and this book brought back some good memories. I managed to keep Sam and Dean alive for most of the book (only making one bad choice), and of course I had to read all of the alternative outcomes, as well. Recommended for the Supernatural fan, especially those who like CYOA books.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Liron Reeve

    First - I didn't know it was this kind of book when I bought it. I actually bought it just because it had Supernatural on the cover. I really liked the option of the choices that were given during the book. I hadn't realised the refrences to deja vu during the book - until the end, and that was impressive how the writer explained it. All in all, I liked it so much I gave it 4 star (just becuase I expected something else from the book) #teamfreewill :)

  11. 5 out of 5

    Maggie May

    What if one of Sam and Deans hunts went horribly wrong and they died? I know, we have all seen that episode, okay episodes. Still in this case you get to decide how they react to a situation and see if they survive. There are three separate hunts to work your way through and if you get the guys through them then the whole journey, including the very literal dead ends, gets tied together pretty cleverly. The writing lacked finesse but all in all its a fun little read. What if one of Sam and Dean’s hunts went horribly wrong and they died? I know, we have all seen that episode, okay episodes. Still in this case you get to decide how they react to a situation and see if they survive. There are three separate hunts to work your way through and if you get the guys through them then the whole journey, including the very literal dead ends, gets tied together pretty cleverly. The writing lacked finesse but all in all it’s a fun little read.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Merin

    While not the best thing ever, I did enjoy this book, mostly because I am always a sucker for case fics and brother banter and Sam and Dean being badass. I also loved how the monster tied in so nicely with the choose your own adventure format of this book. That was actually quite clever, if I do say so myself! If you're a fan of Supernatural, then I'd recommend this book. More Sam and Dean can never be a bad thing, amiright?

  13. 5 out of 5

    Sofia

    It gets a little confusing because of the separate stories. Yet it makes this book fun to pause and read through a length of time, going through every choices. I had to laugh too because some of the endings or behaviors doesn't seem like what would happen in the show. But hey let our imagination run wild!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Anne

    Rounding off from 3.5 Although the storiesin this book aren't part of the SPN canon, it's still a good read about Sam and Dean's "extra" hunts. I liked the ala-Choose Your Own Adventure spin, although there were times I made the wrong choices that got the boys killed haha! But I was really happy I picked the right path for them in the end. Definitely a must read for fans of the series.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Caramel Mocha Latte ☕️

    It's a super good book! It starts out really simple and I wasn't really impressed beyond the childhood memories of 'choose your adventure' books... Until I got to the second or third short story in the book. Then I was hooked. What seems to be completely unrelated is entirely connected. This book plays the Inception noise while you're reading it, it's that good. 10/10

  16. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie Graves

    A) This book is by Tim Waggoner, and the GoodReads listing is incorrect with regards to author. B) A choose your own adventure book for adults featuring Sam and Dean Winchester? I'm all in. And not to give the ending away, but the framing of the story is really super-clever.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Brittni

    A super fun, fourth-wall breaking, choose your own adventure book for adults who are fans of the show.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Jenn

    Choose your own adventure as only Supernatural could do it!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Laura

    I normally really enjoy the SPN books, but this one just annoyed me. I couldn't get into it like the others. I loved the concept of choosing your own path, but I don't think it worked out right...

  20. 5 out of 5

    Kim

    A fun read for the Supernatural fan. Sort of breaks the fourth wall.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Matthew Wilson

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. A fun short story which allows you to make your own decisions as Sam and Dean. Make sure you make the right decisions otherwise like me you'll end up dead.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Creepyquills

    This was Supernatural meets Choose your own Adventure meets Goosebumps. A fun read and if you are a Supernatural fan I think you will enjoy it!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Diane

    I put it down for a long time, it didn't take months. It's Choose Your Own Adventure with Sam & Dean! Lots of fun running the different scenarios, trying not to die.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Emily

    Interesting!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth

    A fun light read for fans of the show, it's basically a Supernatural Choose Your Own Adventure. There aren't heaps of stories but I enjoyed this.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Megan Guy

    This book was actually pretty good. A lot more realistically written them a lot of the Supernatural books I've read. Huge fan of the show!!

  27. 4 out of 5

    melissa knight

  28. 4 out of 5

    Jess

  29. 4 out of 5

    Offie

  30. 5 out of 5

    Bobbie Venturini

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