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Portal Through Time (Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 2 #6)

4.17 of 5 stars 4.17  ·  rating details  ·  302 ratings  ·  11 reviews
Buffy thought she'd finished the Master when she dusted him. But in Sunnydale things have a way of coming back. . . . The Master may be dead, but he is not forgotten. One of the vampire lord's devotees sets out to alter the past so that he can resurrect the Master without Buffy's meddling. When he conjures up a portal to transport his minions through time, the vampires are ...more
ebook, 352 pages
Published November 28th 2006 by Gallery Books (first published October 24th 2006)
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Veleka Georgieva
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T.J.
Feb 17, 2012 T.J. rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Buffy fans that don't mind stepping away from the tv version
Recommended to T.J. by: amazon
So much to say about this. It has all the things I like in a book. History, Buffy, Words. I love the French Revolution part. Though I spent most of it picturing Buffy popping to the future to B*tch slap Angel for not telling her he was there and to avoid him. This was actually the first time in a long while that I've read a book cover to cover (digitally speaking) without putting it down or even looking at a clock. so it definitely held my attention remarkably well. Characterization is perfect. ...more
Adriane


So I have mixed feelings about this book. On the one hand it was exciting and I loved all the different cultures, on the other hand it got a little repetitive, but only a little hence the fact that it's still 4 stars.
Also I learned something about myself because in the first trip there are magically alive trees and rocks that crawl out of the ground and I didn't blink twice. In the second story a giant statue of a god comes alive and I totally balked. So I guess magicky nature is fine but man m
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Kris Irvin
This book was weird. In some places, the character development was really off. (Not development... but... true to their characters in the show? Not quite.)

The beginning started off SO slowly. I was really bored up till they made it partway through Sumeria. Then I finally got interested in the story. After Xander angers the plague god, it moves pretty quickly. But the first bits are slow and boring.

Also, wish there had been way more French Revolution. And way more Civil War. I don't know. The w
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Kelly Johnson
One of my favorite Buffy novels I've read. The writing itself is on a much higher level than some of them (especially the ghastly Coyote Moon) and the story was absolutely fun and exciting. Being a history buff myself I loved the four time periods Buffy and the Scoobies ended up in and loved the mix of history and culture from a new perspective. I found myself jealous of them seeing things like ancient Sumeria (minus the insulted angry plague god, that is).
Tracy Dobbs
The third Buffy book in my BtVS "collection" vol1 and easily the best of the three. Since it was the longest of the three, there was a bit more story, and even character, development. It felt like a more well-rounded, stand-on-it's-own type of book. The first two were okay, this one was just better. They were all three really meant for teens who had watched the show and/or knew the background story.
Jane
A “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” novel. Vampire assassins are going back in time to kill the Slayer in order to change history and allow the Master to rise. Buffy and the Scoobie gang have to travel back in time in order to prevent this. An enjoyable, fun read.

Nadine Jones
I was looking for some mindless fun, but I think this book actually sucked brain cells OUT of my head, it was so bad. I don't know why I keep hoping to find a great Buffy book, it's probably hopeless.
Crystie
It was interesting to read about other slayers. I could have done without the trips into Buffy's childhood.
Randy Holmberg
A diffrent aproach to the buffy novels, but it was only okay
Geri
I still can't get enough of BTVS!!!
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Alice Henderson is a writer of both fiction and video game material. Her most recent novel, Voracious, pits a lone hiker against a shapeshifting creature in the wilderness of Glacier National Park. She wrote the Buffy the Vampire Slayer novels Night Terrors and Portal Through Time. While working at LucasArts, she wrote video game material for several Star Wars titles. She holds a master's degree i ...more
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