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Fifteen years. Two brothers. Angels and demons. A story like no other. And one of the most passionate fan bases of all time. That’s Supernatural. There’ll Be Peace When You Are Done: Actors and Fans Celebrate the Legacy of Supernatural is an emotional look back at the beloved television show Supernatural as it wraps up its final season after fifteen unprecedented years on Fifteen years. Two brothers. Angels and demons. A story like no other. And one of the most passionate fan bases of all time. That’s Supernatural. There’ll Be Peace When You Are Done: Actors and Fans Celebrate the Legacy of Supernatural is an emotional look back at the beloved television show Supernatural as it wraps up its final season after fifteen unprecedented years on air. With heartfelt chapters written by both the series’ actors and its fans—plus full-color photos and fan illustrations—There’ll Be Peace When You Are Done traces Supernatural’s evolution, the memorable characters created by its writers and brought to life by its talented actors, and the many ways in which the show has inspired and changed the lives of both its viewers and cast. Both a celebration of Supernatural and a way of remembering what made it so special, this book is a permanent reminder of the legacy the show leaves behind and a reminder to the SPN Family to, like the series’ unofficial theme song says, “carry on.” Including contributions from: Jared Padalecki (“Sam Winchester”) Jensen Ackles (“Dean Winchester”) Richard Speight, Jr. (“Gabriel”) Andrea Drepaul (“Melanie”) Carrie Genzel (“Linda Bloome”/”Linda Berman”) Julie McNiven (“Anna Milton”) Tahmoh Penikett (“Gadreel”) Shoshannah Stern (“Eileen Leahy”) Brendan Taylor (“Doug Stover”) Lauren Tom (“Linda Tran”) And many more, including a special message from Mischa Collins ("Castiel") Edited by Lynn S. Zubernis, a clinical psychologist, professor, and passionate Supernatural fangirl, There’ll Be Peace When You Are Done is the ultimate send-off for this iconic show that has touched and changed the lives of so many fans across all walks of life.


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Fifteen years. Two brothers. Angels and demons. A story like no other. And one of the most passionate fan bases of all time. That’s Supernatural. There’ll Be Peace When You Are Done: Actors and Fans Celebrate the Legacy of Supernatural is an emotional look back at the beloved television show Supernatural as it wraps up its final season after fifteen unprecedented years on Fifteen years. Two brothers. Angels and demons. A story like no other. And one of the most passionate fan bases of all time. That’s Supernatural. There’ll Be Peace When You Are Done: Actors and Fans Celebrate the Legacy of Supernatural is an emotional look back at the beloved television show Supernatural as it wraps up its final season after fifteen unprecedented years on air. With heartfelt chapters written by both the series’ actors and its fans—plus full-color photos and fan illustrations—There’ll Be Peace When You Are Done traces Supernatural’s evolution, the memorable characters created by its writers and brought to life by its talented actors, and the many ways in which the show has inspired and changed the lives of both its viewers and cast. Both a celebration of Supernatural and a way of remembering what made it so special, this book is a permanent reminder of the legacy the show leaves behind and a reminder to the SPN Family to, like the series’ unofficial theme song says, “carry on.” Including contributions from: Jared Padalecki (“Sam Winchester”) Jensen Ackles (“Dean Winchester”) Richard Speight, Jr. (“Gabriel”) Andrea Drepaul (“Melanie”) Carrie Genzel (“Linda Bloome”/”Linda Berman”) Julie McNiven (“Anna Milton”) Tahmoh Penikett (“Gadreel”) Shoshannah Stern (“Eileen Leahy”) Brendan Taylor (“Doug Stover”) Lauren Tom (“Linda Tran”) And many more, including a special message from Mischa Collins ("Castiel") Edited by Lynn S. Zubernis, a clinical psychologist, professor, and passionate Supernatural fangirl, There’ll Be Peace When You Are Done is the ultimate send-off for this iconic show that has touched and changed the lives of so many fans across all walks of life.

30 review for There'll Be Peace When You Are Done: Actors and Fans Celebrate the Legacy of Supernatural

  1. 5 out of 5

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    Not at all what I expected! This was a first for me with this type of book, so I am not sure what books of this nature generally look like. I guess I expected more pictures and more fond reminiscing of episodes. There are quite a few pictures and drawings of the characters from Supernatural, but the book is more about the lingering affects the show on peoples lives, including the stars, guest stars and fans. The chapters are in essay format and many talk specifically about one episode while others Not at all what I expected! This was a first for me with this type of book, so I am not sure what books of this nature generally look like. I guess I expected more pictures and more fond reminiscing of episodes. There are quite a few pictures and drawings of the characters from Supernatural, but the book is more about the lingering affects the show on peoples lives, including the stars, guest stars and fans. The chapters are in essay format and many talk specifically about one episode while others deal with the show as a whole and how the show dealt with certain subjects like people with disabilities (i.e. Bobby Singer in a wheelchair) and the deaf (Shoshannah Stern) who played Eileen. So Shoshannah tells a story which includes details about where she was in life when she was hired for Supernatural, the fact that ASL is her first language and that is a language that very few people know, how she often gets asked and has to answer stupid questions about her deafness (i.e. what it feels like to not be able to hear) and she goes on to talk explain the fact that she is not getting cochlear implants and wants everyone to know so people don’t keep coming up to her and letting her know that it is an option for her to look into. She says she went through a period of grieving when she found out her character of Eileen was going to die. The book also has stories of friends made online by connecting through Supernatural, couples formed from Supernatural and the author’s experiences where she wonders where she would be now if she hadn’t watched that first episode of Supernatural, she also discusses some psychological effects of a show like Supernatural. We as fans feel like we are inviting good friends or family into our homes each week as we watch. I certainly know this feeling because even as I stopped watching all TV a few years back when I got really big into reading, Supernatural was the one show I continued to watch week after week. I will be one that will sorely miss Sam and Dean. The book has some good stories and it covers topics like how women have been portrayed in the media and how they became more powerful on Supernatural. We saw a lot of very powerful women such as Jo Harvelle, Mary Winchester, Sheriff Jodi Mills and her group of hunter girls. Where at the beginning when the show began, women were seen mostly as daughters, wives and mothers. The show also had a LGBTQIA presence with characters like Cesar and Jessie who were not your stereotypical gay couple because they were tough and hunters, as well as lesbian characters like Charlie Bradbury. I enjoyed some of the stories and it brought back memories of quite a few episodes and characters that I enjoyed. However it also had a lot of extraneous information that I didn’t care about. I think the stories could possibly have been edited better to be more succinct and to the point as well as sticking to supernatural a bit more and not going of on odd tangents. I voluntarily read & reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts & opinions are my own. Blog|Goodreads|Facebook|Instagram|Twitter|BookBub

  2. 5 out of 5

    Schizanthus Nerd

    Make sure there are no breaks in your salt lines, grab some pie and settle in for some love letters, Supernatural style. There’ll Be Peace When You Are Done highlights the impact Supernatural has had on the lives of both actors and fans over the past fifteen years. Whether a specific episode made fans feel seen, sometimes for the first time, or if they’ve been superfans from the beginning, this TV series has grown into something I don’t think anyone ever expected. Supernatural leaves behind a f Make sure there are no breaks in your salt lines, grab some pie and settle in for some love letters, Supernatural style. There’ll Be Peace When You Are Done highlights the impact Supernatural has had on the lives of both actors and fans over the past fifteen years. Whether a specific episode made fans feel seen, sometimes for the first time, or if they’ve been superfans from the beginning, this TV series has grown into something I don’t think anyone ever expected. Supernatural leaves behind a fundamentally changed group of people, inspired to do good, be weird, and be kind. Fans have made lifelong friends, changed their career, been inspired to write and create, and found family. Online communities have sprung up, interactions at conventions have solidified friendships and so much money has been raised for charity. Supernatural does not sugarcoat the painful aspects of life Reminding us to ‘Always Keep Fighting’, regardless of our circumstances, and encouraging us to leave the world better than we found it, Supernatural has been one hell of a road trip. As we watched Bobby Singer face his physical limitations, we also watched Dean Winchester struggle for psychological healing after trauma, and we also saw Sam Winchester battle his addiction. This book includes photos of the cast, fan art and quite possibly the best Supernatural shirt I’ve seen, “Sam and Dean Winchester - Keeping gay girls just a little bit straight since 2005”. This book has demonstrated to me just how limited my Supernatural fandom has been compared to others. I’ve never been to a convention. I’ve never made Supernatural artwork. I’ve never written fan fiction. I’ve never connected with my favourite actors on social media. But I have loved this show. I’ve laughed and cried through episodes. I’ve watched favourite characters die, and sometimes come back. I’ve worn my Represent shirt less than I’d like to, so it doesn’t wear out too soon. I’ve read every interview of Jared’s I can find where he references mental health. I’ve drooled over my fair share of cast photos. I’ve reused my 2018 calendar for the second time this year because I like the pictures in it more than recent ones. I also have the benefit of having loved and lost many TV shows before this one. I know the joy of rediscovering favourite episodes and finding new ones years after I first watched them. Supernatural is not the only beloved show I’m losing this year (2020 just keeps on giving) but I have fifteen years worth of Winchester binge watching at my fingertips. Sam, Dean and all of the other characters I’ve welcomed into my fiction family over the years aren’t really going anywhere; they’ll be there whenever I need them. So, this is how I suggest we say goodbye to Supernatural. Let’s go back to the beginning and rewatch it all. Let’s continue the conversations and keep the fandom alive. Let’s continue to support each other and follow the future endeavors of all who created Supernatural for us, and with us. Let’s refuse to dwell on endings, but instead embrace this as a new phase of the fandom. Thank you so much to NetGalley and Smart Pop, an imprint of BenBella Books, for the opportunity to read this book. Blog - https://schizanthusnerd.com

  3. 5 out of 5

    Taryn Elliott

    While the intention of this book was to be a cushion for the blow of the season finale for our beloved show, Supernatural, now it is a warm and perfect coffee date. Yes, Supernatural didn't come to the end we were prepared for, but as is with our brothers, nothing quite goes as planned. Not even the end of our show. Instead, sit back with your coffee, tea, water, Family Business beer... *side eye* and read these FAMAZING stories about the cast, crew, and fans of Supernatural. Lynn and her team d While the intention of this book was to be a cushion for the blow of the season finale for our beloved show, Supernatural, now it is a warm and perfect coffee date. Yes, Supernatural didn't come to the end we were prepared for, but as is with our brothers, nothing quite goes as planned. Not even the end of our show. Instead, sit back with your coffee, tea, water, Family Business beer... *side eye* and read these FAMAZING stories about the cast, crew, and fans of Supernatural. Lynn and her team did an amazing job with these stories using inclusivity, humor, and heart. All the things that make Supernatural what it has become over the years. I cried reading some of these. I laughed at a ton of them, because what is SPN without laughter? The bookends are exactly what you'd expect from this collection of amazing people. Jared to start us off with emotion and sweetness and Jensen closes it with a sincere and no nonsense style we've come to love. Some highlights for me: Shoshannah Stern, Amy Hutton, Richard Speight Jr., Lauren Tom, Chad Lindberg, Tahmoh Penikett, and the Hunter Husbands. But truly, every story deserves to be read. They were all thoughtfully done and beautifully written. We have a very creative and talented group of people under our huge SPNFamily umbrella. And I'm so very thankful for them all. Thank you to the author for all her time and effort in doing this massive undertaking one more time.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Magenta

    As a fan of Supernatural this collection gave me the warm and fuzzies. Lynn and her team did a lovely job of collating these stories, many of which made me laugh out loud. Would recommend for any Supernatural fan!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Jenny Houle

    I came to "Supernatural" a bit late in things. When season 12 was added to Netflix, I decided to see what all the fuss was about, and opted to finally check it out. Three weeks later, when I left my couch and rejoined the world, I was a full convert, drawn into a family I didn't realize I was missing until I was home. The Winchesters and the family they've created for themselves in the ones they care about spoke to a part of me that has always known family wasn't just about blood, it was about t I came to "Supernatural" a bit late in things. When season 12 was added to Netflix, I decided to see what all the fuss was about, and opted to finally check it out. Three weeks later, when I left my couch and rejoined the world, I was a full convert, drawn into a family I didn't realize I was missing until I was home. The Winchesters and the family they've created for themselves in the ones they care about spoke to a part of me that has always known family wasn't just about blood, it was about the bonds you make with people. More than that, though, the "family" of fans which embraced that sentimentality quickly became a part of my life, too, as so many have found over the last 15 seasons. I remember where I was and what I was doing when the announcement came out that season 15 would be the last. Does anyone who is a fan not? I was out at a very public event, my "Carry On My Wayward Son" hoodie (part of my daily uniform by that point) on, when two text messages came in back to back from two very different friends that just said "Are you okay?" My heart hiccupped...that's the only way I can describe what happened when I read those texts...and then I noticed a Twitter notification. Suddenly I was surrounded by a thousand other people, crying as quietly as I could as I watched JA, JP and MC announce that season 15 would be the final season. THERE'LL BE PEACE WHEN YOU ARE DONE is a second collection of stories about our "family", from the fans and also from cast. ( FAMILY DON'T END WITH BLOOD, also collected and editied by Lynn Zuvernis, is the first.) The stories contained are reminders that the motto "always keep fighting" has been embraced by a huge community that has endless stories about monsters and darkness but have learned, like the Winchesters, to find those who help us in our battles. Sometimes that help comes from unexpected and/or unconventional places...the show has taught us that that's okay. It has also helped us learn how to grieve, especially when the loss is so great that it flattens us for a bit. Both books are not only a great addition to the library of a fan, but they are also a great way to show those who don't "get" our relationships with the show/it's cast what the deeper connection is. Season 15 may mark the end of new episodes, but we will never lose our bonds as fans and as surrogates in the Winchester family.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Denice Langley

    With accolades from every corner of the Supernatural world, it is hard to add anything of merit to a review. 15 years of stepping outside their comfort zone to help any and everyone is not only a major achievement, it's a milestone that very few shows hope to reach. That the actors and their characters are both well loved by fans, is almost unheard of. If you've never watched the show, well, you must be living in an alternate universe. I'm sure this is not the last we will see of these brothers With accolades from every corner of the Supernatural world, it is hard to add anything of merit to a review. 15 years of stepping outside their comfort zone to help any and everyone is not only a major achievement, it's a milestone that very few shows hope to reach. That the actors and their characters are both well loved by fans, is almost unheard of. If you've never watched the show, well, you must be living in an alternate universe. I'm sure this is not the last we will see of these brothers and their dedicated efforts to keep us all safe, but we will miss tuning into their world every week.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie

    So I was browsing NetGalley a few weeks ago, checking out the selections (I don’t often request books; my blog is still kind of small and I don’t necessarily think I’ll be approved for many titles, but I like to know what books are out there that I can look forward to!), when the first part of the title of one book reached out and punched me in the face: There’ll Be Peace When You Are Done: Actors and Fans Celebrate the Legacy of Supernatural, edited by Lynn S. Zubernis (BenBella Books, 2020). T So I was browsing NetGalley a few weeks ago, checking out the selections (I don’t often request books; my blog is still kind of small and I don’t necessarily think I’ll be approved for many titles, but I like to know what books are out there that I can look forward to!), when the first part of the title of one book reached out and punched me in the face: There’ll Be Peace When You Are Done: Actors and Fans Celebrate the Legacy of Supernatural, edited by Lynn S. Zubernis (BenBella Books, 2020). The song by Kansas has been a long time favorite of mine, so I was immediately curious as to what the book was about, and I was a million times more delighted when I read the rest of the title and learned that this was a collection of essays about the CW show Supernatural, a show my husband and I binge-watched two years ago on Netflix and which I’ve enjoyed ever since. The book was offered as a ‘Read Now,’ and I happily clicked the button. (And since I was pulled in by the title, I’m counting this as my read for the 2020 PopSugar Reading Challenge prompt of ‘a book you picked because the title caught your attention.’) Lynn S. Zubernis has edited a collection of essays and interviews by both cast and crew members and fans that speak to not only the brilliancy of the show, but the camaraderie and deep friendship that has blossomed among its ardent fans. Cast, crew, and fans alike refer to themselves as family (the SPNFamily, to be exact), and in every essay, their bonds are made obvious by the love the fans show each other, the charity work that every person even loosely associated with this show is moved to participate in, the deep desire to follow Sam and Dean’s footsteps by making the world a better, safer place, and the courage to be open, vulnerable, and thus, free. The essays run the gamut, from experiences on set and how they changed an actor or actress’s life, to how being part of the fandom helped each fan to grow, but the common theme here are the permanent effects one single TV show has had, and the effects are massive. Far from being a mere aside of pop culture, Supernatural has acted as a catalyst for personal growth, from inspiring fans to keep fighting with the anxiety that has plagued them for years, to pushing them to take steps and make changes that they’d been afraid of taking. For a show that carried on for fifteen seasons, that’s no small feat, and no small amount of changed lives. The effects of Supernatural are long-ranging. There’s an awful lot to fall in love with in this book. The actors’ willingness to connect with their fans is truly remarkable, and their essays, in which they detail their involvement in fan conventions and on social media, is absolutely heartwarming. But what really shines is the dedication to charity that this show has fomented among its followers. Almost every essay has some mention of how its author engaged in work that benefited people they never met- fundraising, multiple crisis support networks, helping other fans to pay off devastating medical bills- because that’s what family does, even far-off family you don’t often, or ever, see face-to-face. And the Supernatural fandom is the family everyone deserves. The book isn’t without its criticism of the show, particularly towards earlier the seasons’ treatment of women. It’s never harsh, but it’s fair, and I appreciated such an even-handed take, because when you love something, you want it to be the very best it can be, and we should all be able to criticize the things we love while still loving them. And there are deep dives into certain characters (Charlie is a particular favorite, but there’s plenty of love for Sheriffs Jody Mills and Donna Hanscum as well) and their far-ranging influence, but my favorite essays were the ones that demonstrate that Supernatural‘s ripple effects are less like a tossed pebble and more akin to a giant bolder dropped into the middle of a lake. Actor Rob Benedict sharing his experiences with suffering a stroke helped a fan to recognize that she was experiencing similar symptoms, and that pushed her to get medical help in time to save her life. A professor used the show to develop a course that helped veterans suffering from PTSD return to civilian life. Fans crowdfunded gender correction surgery for another fan who had decided to move forward with living his best life. Other fans raised money to start a school in Nicaragua and a children’s center in Haiti. The list go on and on and the stories are no less impressive as the book nears completion. Ms. Zubernis has chosen a set of essays that reveal the depth and heart of a television show about two brothers saving the world from things that go bump in the night (and day!), and its true legacy is the love its fans have extended from the show itself to each other and the world beyond. If you’re a Supernatural fan, this book, this love letter to not just the show but to you and the friends you’ve made because of it, is one you can’t miss. Even for the casual fan like me, There’ll Be Peace When You Are Done was an utter joy to read: the fandom’s love and connection to each other is evident on every single page, and that kind of love is absolutely what the world needs right now. To be honest, I didn’t want this book to end, and I’m looking forward to reading Ms. Zubernis’s other works at some point as well. “Because family really don’t end with blood. And those of us who have been part of the SPNFamily, whose lives have been changed for the better by this show, are now a little more able to ‘carry on.'” There’ll Be Peace When You Are Done is a beautiful, moving testament to a television show that transcended the bounds of pop culture and changed what it means to be a fan, and we’re all the better for it. Carry on, friends, and Always Keep Fighting. Huge thanks to NetGalley for allowing me to read and review this wonderful book! https://shesprobablyatthelibrary.home...

  8. 4 out of 5

    Alexandra Lucia Brînaru

    (I recieved an ARC of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review) This needs all the stars in the world. I am probably not able to critique it objectively, although given the fact that it is a bundle of interviews of real life people and not at all a fictional work, I don't even think it could be critiqued as such. Being part of the fandom literally ever since I began to know I have a place in the world (I saw the first episode together with my mum in 2005, when I was literally 5 y (I recieved an ARC of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review) This needs all the stars in the world. I am probably not able to critique it objectively, although given the fact that it is a bundle of interviews of real life people and not at all a fictional work, I don't even think it could be critiqued as such. Being part of the fandom literally ever since I began to know I have a place in the world (I saw the first episode together with my mum in 2005, when I was literally 5 years old, and it traumatised me), Supernatural surely played a big role in my development as a person. After seeing that first episode, we rewatched it countless times, not keeping up with the show as it aired, only for me to be able to pick it up from the start again 8 years later and never stop since. Now, Supernatural is about to end. The show is 15 years old and I'm 20. Besides my family, I don't think there's literally anything else that has lasted so much, that remained such a constant throughout my life. This book made me cry. A whole lot. And I can't wait for the moment I'll hold it in my hand in physical form. It showed me how the fandom made so many people speak up and get out of the toxic relationships they had with themselves and with the world. I wish I had been more active in the fandom way back, it probably would've made me believe in myself and in my passions more, something I'd struggled with for my whole life. Nonetheless, the show still empowered me. It is something I'll always keep in my heart and in my life. I am so glad this show exists. Because no matter if it ends this year, or the following year, it will keep existing. The SPNFamily will never end. I recommend any die-hard Supernatural to read this book and I can't wait to get my hands on this one, as well as all the other books on this subject that are out there.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Ceili Widmann

    This was exciting, heartwarming, and a must read for every Supernatural Fan. I've been out of the fandom for a little while and this inspired me to return! The stories were wonderful and really captured why Supernatural appeals to so many people. The book features stories from actors, crew, fans, and artists inspired by the legacy of the show. The different perspectives gave a lot of different insights with the same basic message: this fandom is unique, it's touched a wide range of people, and i This was exciting, heartwarming, and a must read for every Supernatural Fan. I've been out of the fandom for a little while and this inspired me to return! The stories were wonderful and really captured why Supernatural appeals to so many people. The book features stories from actors, crew, fans, and artists inspired by the legacy of the show. The different perspectives gave a lot of different insights with the same basic message: this fandom is unique, it's touched a wide range of people, and it's opened a lot of doors in the TV industry because of its unique characters who have a range of abilities, sexualities, genders, and personalities.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Heather (bookswithclarkie)

    If you are a fan of the TV show Supernatural and those hot 🔥 Winchester brothers then this book is perfect for you. In this book we celebrate the shows actors and actresses their triumphs and failures. It was fun to read first hand accounts of the goings on behind the scenes. The book is full of interviews from the fans, cast and crew. It was heartwarming, funny and sad knowing the show has ended. But none the less a great read!. Pick yourself up a copy today!. . Thank you to netgalley the author and If you are a fan of the TV show Supernatural and those hot 🔥 Winchester brothers then this book is perfect for you. In this book we celebrate the shows actors and actresses their triumphs and failures. It was fun to read first hand accounts of the goings on behind the scenes. The book is full of interviews from the fans, cast and crew. It was heartwarming, funny and sad knowing the show has ended. But none the less a great read!. Pick yourself up a copy today!. . Thank you to netgalley the author and publisher for this ebook in exchange for my honest review.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Kyndal

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This book along with the first one has SO MANY meanings. These books will forever be apart of our little family, these books express so many emotions, I cried reading so many chapters. Especially Jensens, reading that he will miss Dean and reasons why, makes me sad. Why will Jensen miss Dean? His badassery. He will miss walking into a room with all the confidence in the world and lopping off a Vampires head or throwing the ‘67 Impala (Baby) into a reverse 180. He’ll miss all of those cool things This book along with the first one has SO MANY meanings. These books will forever be apart of our little family, these books express so many emotions, I cried reading so many chapters. Especially Jensens, reading that he will miss Dean and reasons why, makes me sad. Why will Jensen miss Dean? His badassery. He will miss walking into a room with all the confidence in the world and lopping off a Vampires head or throwing the ‘67 Impala (Baby) into a reverse 180. He’ll miss all of those cool things him and Jared got to do, along with the badassery. He’ll miss the humility that is also peppered into the characters. The balance is what makes them real to the fans. You can’t just have someone who’s a badass and never breaks. Jensen believes Deans legacy is that he never gives up. Which it is, the message “Always Keep Fighting” comes from Dean. The show carries the message that had inspired the fandom to keep fighting too, whatever fight that they’re facing. Julies chapter was also really nice to read, about how Jensen let her take control of their sex scene, and how if she didn’t want it to be shown he would make sure it wasn’t shown. She also mentioned him covering her up in between takes. Which I thought was quite wonderful. Supernatural will never end. The show might, but what it has built? This will never end. Besides nothing ever stays dead on supernatural.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Leah Hines

    As a fan of Supernatural from episode one I was excited to come across this book. It's a beautiful tribute to the show and the fans. I love the chapters from the actors. It's amazing when you think about it how huge of an impact this show has had on everyone its touched. The fan written chapters are emotional and beautiful. Amazing photography and illustrations! This one made me laugh, made me smile, get choked up, and shed some tears. Very well done.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Gloria Smith

    Such a great read for anyone who loves Supernatural! This is my first book that I have read from Lynn and I plan on reading her other books in the future!!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Ami

    * I recieved a copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review* Ok, so this is a highly unusual review for me! The reason is because I haven't even finished the book and I just HAD to come give you feedback! There was no way it could wait! This book.... is perfect and amazing. I've been a huge fan since Supernatural since the very begining. I've been with the brothers the whole ride. When I learned last year that it was going to be over after season 15, I too felt devastated! I * I recieved a copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review* Ok, so this is a highly unusual review for me! The reason is because I haven't even finished the book and I just HAD to come give you feedback! There was no way it could wait! This book.... is perfect and amazing. I've been a huge fan since Supernatural since the very begining. I've been with the brothers the whole ride. When I learned last year that it was going to be over after season 15, I too felt devastated! I felt like I'd been punched right in the feels. It was like a death in the family. I was so sad. And not just did I feel sadness, but anxiety- how were they going to end the show? Are they going to kill off Sam and Dean for REAL this time? Noooo!! D: I hated the end was coming and I was dreading how it was going to be over for good. I felt..... lost almost. I cried. I complained. I took to social media. I got eye rolls from most people. It's just a show, so what. They aren't real people. Or so what you can just stream the series and re-watch. UGH! Nobody understood what I was feeling! This book does. So many stories from fans and people involved with the show. They talk about the love they've had for the show, what it has meant to them over 15 years of following the journey, and the bittersweet tears now that the journey is over. This book made me feel that I wasn't crazy or alone in what I was feeling for this series. Others felt it. Lots of others! This is a sad book on one hand because we know the end is nigh... but on the other hand, it made me feel.... I don't know. More connected and loved be a community of people. Like, it felt like in our sadness, I realized we are all here together. I talked about Supernatural with my friends, but I had never dug around online Supernatural communities. I knew we had a huge family, but I guess it never really sank in before the scope of fandom. This book is wonderful. This book is sad. This book is beautiful Thank you to the author who put it together, and all the people who contributed their stories to it. Thank you Netgalley for allowing me to read it. Every Supernatural fan needs to read this.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Rachel Russell

    Fifteen years. Two brothers. Angels and demons. A story like no other. And one of the most passionate fan bases of all time. As a fan of Supernatural and part of the fandom, this was definitely a book I was looking forward to reading. This book dives into the fandom side of the popular TV show Supernatural. This book is a must read for any Supernatural fan. This book explores 15 years of Supernatural history, something that started out as a TV show which has now inspired one of the biggest fa Fifteen years. Two brothers. Angels and demons. A story like no other. And one of the most passionate fan bases of all time. As a fan of Supernatural and part of the fandom, this was definitely a book I was looking forward to reading. This book dives into the fandom side of the popular TV show Supernatural. This book is a must read for any Supernatural fan. This book explores 15 years of Supernatural history, something that started out as a TV show which has now inspired one of the biggest fandoms across the globe bringing together fans to share their love for Sam and Dean Winchester. In this book we get to celebrate our love for the characters and the show that has created a world wide family. With entries not only from fans themselves but also the actors who play the characters. 15 years is a long journey and this book helps a love that this fandom shares for a show that is coming to an end. But while the show may be coming to an end, the love and dedication that this show has created will live forever. I loved this entire book, reading how Supernatural affected so many different lives in so many different ways. I am sad to see the show ending but the Supernatural fandom will never end. And the best way to end this review.....Carry on my wayward son. There'll be peace when you are done.....

  16. 4 out of 5

    Ioanna

    Supernatural. Need we say more? This is a very sweet book created from a person who loves the series for people who love the series: this is the Supernatural family. The Supernatural phenomenon is that it connected so many people, brought together fans, and left a lot of sweet memories. And this is exactly what There'll Be Peace When You Are Done is doing: creating one more sweet memory for the Supernatural Fam. This is a very pleasant book to read, and quite interesting, too. Recommended if you' Supernatural. Need we say more? This is a very sweet book created from a person who loves the series for people who love the series: this is the Supernatural family. The Supernatural phenomenon is that it connected so many people, brought together fans, and left a lot of sweet memories. And this is exactly what There'll Be Peace When You Are Done is doing: creating one more sweet memory for the Supernatural Fam. This is a very pleasant book to read, and quite interesting, too. Recommended if you're a fan of the series.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Amy

    It was nice reading about all the different ways this show impacted people. I started rewatching this show from the beginning after I began this book. I will be sad when I get to see season 15 for the first time and know it is the last. This book made me wish I'd had the chance to go to a con while the show was airing. Hopefully the still have a few in my area. I received a free galley from netgalley.com.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Rt

    Fans and actors reflect on the end of SPN, with essays from Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles, and others. The fans are often quite moving about what the show has meant to them, including when they critique its fridging origins. The actors speak a lot about inclusivity (both Jesse and César’s actors have pieces, as does Eileen’s, and hers is hilarious and the best of the bunch). Like Joe Biden I guess, the show has grown a lot in its understanding of the world around it.

  19. 5 out of 5

    A.

    This book is like a love letter to the this wonderful show and the fans that have hung in over all of these years! It's so heartwarming to hear how this show and the actors have had such a huge impact & touched so many. Chapters come both from fans and the actors & has some really nice photography and illustrations! Definitely a 'good read!' This book is like a love letter to the this wonderful show and the fans that have hung in over all of these years! It's so heartwarming to hear how this show and the actors have had such a huge impact & touched so many. Chapters come both from fans and the actors & has some really nice photography and illustrations! Definitely a 'good read!'

  20. 4 out of 5

    Sandy

    An excellent love letter and farewell to a show that has touched so many lives. Each chapter held so many memories and paid homage to the depth of the connection between the actors and the fans. I especially loved the way the fan and actor chapters were woven together and titled the same so neither group is placed above the other. Of course, Jensen's final chapter made me cry. Nothing stays dead on Supernatural.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Annabel

    After reading Family Don't End with Blood I had to read this book as well. Once again the stories were wonderful and inspiring, and I loved reading all of them. Together, they perfectly described why Supernatural is such an amazing show, why the SPNFamily is the most wonderful fandom of all time, and most of all, why Supernatural will never truly end. I simply loved it. All of it.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Anne Young-Cronister

    What. An awesome book! Those of you that are huge fans of Supernatural will Love this book with it's behind the scenes stories! I loved it!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Cara

    It was an amazing treat for my fangirl heart!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Steph Carr

    This time, Richard and Jensen made me cry. Jerks.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Elise

    me??? crying about supernatural in 2020?? it's more likely than you think.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Jim

    I love Supernatural. This is a collection of vignettes by people whose life has been affected by this show. It is poignant and well written. Very sweet.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Margie

    The editor Lynn Zubernis, the casts, and the fans pour their's hearts out to tell how this AMAZING show like Supernatural changed their's lives for the better in There'll Be Peace When You Are Done.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Lara

    There’ll Be Peace When You Are Done: Actors and Fans Celebrate the Legacy of Supernatural was an emotional read. Seeing how much the show impacted the fans lives and even the actors was amazing to read about. The collection of stories really showed how much the impacted people and how it will leave a legacy well after the show ending. It really shows that Supernatural created a family that will never change.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Kristi

  30. 4 out of 5

    Barb

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