Ghoul Trouble

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Simon & Schuster, Feb 15, 2002 - Fiction - 256 pages
2 Reviews
Something wicked has been preying on Sunnydale students -- and whatever it is, its methods are pretty gruesome. Buffy locates some human bones that have been picked clean, and knows that she's dealing with an unearthly evil. Some help from the Scooby Gang would be ideal, but they've run into trouble of their own. Oz and Xander are literally (perhaps "unnaturally)" mesmerized by a hottie new chick band headlining at the Bronze, and Willow has been captured by Sunnydale's latest resident carnivores.

What they need is the Slayer. But in order to help her friends, Buffy must first dust a vampire -- one that has an urgent interest in Joyce Summers, the unique ability to resist sunlight, and an open invitation to the Summers' house...

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Review: Ghoul Trouble (Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 3 #4)

User Review  - Rebecca - Goodreads

Another enjoyable Buffy novel. This time with Ghouls and a vampire immune to sunlight who decides to take on the slayer. It was loads and fun and a good easy read. If you like the tv show you are ... Read full review

Review: Ghoul Trouble (Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 3 #4)

User Review  - Kerra Crawford - Goodreads

this book was very cool. i couldn't put it down. Read full review

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About the author (2002)

John Passarella currently resides in Swedesboro, New Jersey, with his wife and three young children. His co-authored first novel, Wither, published under the pseudonym J. G. Passarella, was a Bram Stoker Award-winner and is available from Pocket Books.

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