Buffy the Vampire Slayer

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Katherine hansen
May 4, 2020
Just got the book and just loved it.
Robin Orlowski
July 25, 2003
Although the movie was campy, this book remains (because of the wonderful abilities of imagination) current)Anybody who is interested in the BTVS world ought to start out here to get an inking of how Buffy got her calling and the whole background behind her birthright.
Also unlike the movie, it theorizes what happens after Buffy saves the day. Even if it leaves out the fact that Buffy is supposed to have burned down the gym, how on earth she (post-revelation)went to Europe or her parents divorce, it is not as choppy as the movie version.
Reading this book is not necessary, but strongly recomended to understand the slayer's world. It's also worth noting in this series that she lacks the all-important network of the slayerettes or expansive research outlets and her only helper is a drifter.
June 30, 2003
While the movie had a clever premise I was bored by the MTV look. But this book is witty and introduces the characters that have now become legendary. I am glad I read this. The author does an excellent job of setting the atmosphere and presenting the action. If I had read this instead of seeing the movie I might have started watching the first year.
March 24, 2003
As usual this is an excellant book. Richie is THE best teen/horrer auther out there and you should definitely read this book.