Power of Persuasion

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Gallery Books, Oct 19, 2001 - Juvenile Fiction - 208 pages
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When the female population of Sunnydale starts strutting its girl power, the push for gender equality seems like a normal expression of '90s feminism. After all, a girl trying out for the football team isn't usually a sign of imminent danger. But when the guys start acting like powerless pawns and a few even turn up dead, Buffy Summers notices that the local womyn's movement has reached a feverish -- and probably unnatural -- pitch.

The Slayer is the only one who can see straight during the ultimate battle of the sexes. Her friends -- including Giles -- are spellbound by the malignant muses permeating the school. Even the local vampires are acting strange. Alone in her search for answers, Buffy must figure out who's behind the sinister sisterhood...and close the gender gap before the feminist revolution goes too far.

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Review: Power of Persuasion (Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 3 #12)

User Review  - Fudeco - Goodreads

Oh my god. What was this? I saw this and had to have it, because here in Brazil it's just SO RARE. Then i read it. It took me a little time to read it, but i loved it! I loved Massie's writing! The ... Read full review

Review: Power of Persuasion (Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 3 #12)

User Review  - Ceejay - Goodreads

I liked the original Buffy movie. Thanks to Netflix I've watched all the Buffy TV episodes. And now I'm reading all the Buffy books I got at a book sale. This book is fun. GO,BUFFY!GO! Read full review

About the author (2001)

Elizabeth Massie is author of numerous novels for young adult, middle grade, and primary readers. These include the Young Founders series, the Daughters of Liberty trilogy, "The Great ""Chicago"" Fire: 1871," "The Fight for Right," "Read All About It, "and more. A former middle school teacher, Elizabeth enjoys exploring both important and little-known moments in American history and presenting those moments to readers through the struggles and triumphs of her characters.
Elizabeth lives in the historic Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, very close to where her family moved in 1747. She says, "Every place is historic. Well-known or not, every town, city, and county has its own compelling tale of people and events, a story that plays a part in the continuing story that is our history.

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