Colony

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Simon and Schuster, Oct 1, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 256 pages
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Welcome to Sunnydale High, where midterms and peer pressure are the least of your worries. The Stake Your Destiny series returns Buffy Summers and the Scoobies to the glory days of high school. But this time you control the action and accept the full responsibility of being the Slayer. Interactive story lines advance by the choices you make, leading toward more than a dozen possible endings. Do you have what it takes to be the Slayer, or will you fail and summon a successor?
Because of the high incidence of death and violence, the Mayor of Sunnydale has invited a woman called Belakane to speak at Sunnydale High School. Her program, "Be the Ultimate You!" builds self-esteem in teenagers. But Belakane is a demon antlike queen, whose test -- and subsequent nurturing of the skills she discovers -- is simply part of ber plot to enlist workers to build her colony, and to find mates to help her populate it. Soon Sunnydale High is full of kids with only one trait each: aggressive Slayer, brainy Willow, helpful Oz...and Belakane has only just begun....
 

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Contents

Section 1
11
Section 2
16
Section 3
24
Section 4
26
Section 5
31
Section 6
50
Section 7
63
Section 8
79
Section 14
172
Section 15
183
Section 16
190
Section 17
194
Section 18
202
Section 19
219
Section 20
231
Section 21
249

Section 9
99
Section 10
113
Section 11
119
Section 12
134
Section 13
162
Section 22
250
Section 23
251
Section 24
252
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Laura J. Burns has written more than thirty books for teens and kids, and hopes to write at least thirty more. She lives in California with her husband and kids.

Melinda Metz is the author of over sixty books for teens and middle-grade readers, including the YA series Roswell High and Echoes (originally published as Fingerprints). She was on the writing staff, along with writing partner Laura J. Burns, of TV shows Roswell (based on her series) and Missing. Melinda and Laura also wrote the middle-grade mystery series Wright and Wong together. The Case of the Nana-Napper, the second book in the series, was nominated for a juvenile Edgar. Melinda lives in Concord, North Carolina with her dog, Scully.