After Image (Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 2, #7)
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After Image (Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 2 #7)

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THE LATE SHOW MAY BE YOUR LAST.Sunnydale, California, hosts more than its fair share of action and horror. It's understandable, then, that news of the long-closed Sunnydale Drive-In's grand reopening with a scheduled night-long festival of classic action and horror movies is met with disinterest or disdain by Buffy, Willow, and Cordelia. Only Xander, who has been spending...more
Mass Market Paperback, 272 pages
Published January 24th 2006 by Simon Spotlight Entertainment
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Amanda Hendsbee
This was not one of my favorite Buffy novels, but it was still fairly entertaining. Just took me a bit longer to get through it than usual because it drags a bit toward the middle. Overall, I like the concept, so it's worth reading if you're a die-hard fan of the show.
Christopher Dodds
I really enjoyed reading this book it seemed like an episode of the series. The character's were fleshed out well and the plot was well thought off with some interesting fights, humour and character development.
Julianne
In this book, Willow has a fibre optic cable going into her bedroom to provide her with high-speed internet access. It's set in Season 2, i.e. 1997.

In 1997, nobody had fibre-optic cable broadband.
Barely anybody has it now, in 2008!
ARGH!

This technological historical inaccuracy really bugged me. Otherwise it was a decent Buffy tie-in. Battle scene seemed a bit short. Willow kept wanting to do magic and people kept telling her she wasn't ready, which jarred too. Some of the dialogue didn't seem com...more
MaryAnn
My Book Group is reading Vampire Stories for November. Many members are big Buffy fans while I have never quite caught on to enthusiasm. So I am giving Buffy a try.

I enjoyed this book despite the fact that I wasn't sure about something so popular from television. I did feel at a disadvantage though for not having the back story of which this book was the newest episode. Some of the characters were not clear to me and I never did quite understand the villian and what his particular evil/special p...more
Randy Holmberg
eh the book is okay but lets be honest there have been better ones. if you want a good buffy book i would recommend queen of the slayers. this one seemed to just run out of time so the ending was cut wayyyy tooo short!
Tia
Weak story.
Tiffany Baker
Awesome!!!
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As a young man, Mr. Askegren took part in his parents high-wire circus act until an accident stopped that career for him at age 11. He acquired a love of comic books and of writing in general, which he turned into a profession. In addition to the Alias book, he wrote several books based on comic book series such as Spider-Man and Iron Man. He died of a heart attack at age 51.
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