Night of the Living Rerun

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Pocket Books, 1998 - Fiction - 178 pages
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"A History Lesson?

"As long as there have been vampires, there has been the Slayer. one girl in all the world, to find them where they gather and to stop the spread of their evil and the swell of their numbers.

As if real life wasn't already overflowing with vampire-staking, now Buffy has begun to "dream about slaying! Night after night, it's the same thing. She's back with the Puritans, a Slayer on the trail of a witch. What can it mean?

Buffy gets a clue when Xander and Giles start acting like "they have ancient alter egos. Now the stage is set for a symbolic replay of the night the Master was accidentally trapped in the other dimension.

Only this time, the Master wants a happy ending -- for himself. Buffy and her friends must pervent the Master from rewriting the script and escaping his supernatural prison before Sunnydale becomes history!

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About the author (1998)

The son of an American doctor, Arthur Byron Cover was born in the upper tundra of Siberia on January 14, 1950. He attended a Clarion Science Fiction Writers' Workshop in 1971, where he made his first professional sale, to Harlan Ellison's "Last Dangerous Visions". Cover migrated to Los Angeles in 1972. He has published a slew of short stories, in "Infinity Five, The Alien Condition, Heavy Metal, Weird Tales, Year's Best Horror Stories", and elsewhere, plus several SF books, including "Autumn Angels, The Platypus of Doom, The Sound of Winter", and "An East Wind Coming". He has also written scripts for issues of the comic books "Daredevil" and "Firestorm", as well as the graphic novel "Space Clusters". Among his most recent projects have been his best-selling novelizations of the comic book series J. Michael Straczynski's "Rising Stars", and the novelization of Archangel Studios' "The Red Star" graphic novel series.

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