The Lost Slayer Bind-Up

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Simon and Schuster, Jan 1, 2003 - Fiction - 592 pages
29 Reviews
Truth and Consequences

Buffy Summers's adjustment to life at U.C. Sunnydale has not gone smoothly. She feels awkward, insecure, and jealous that Willow's all over the college life. So when she is visited by a prophecy of impending danger, the timing couldn't be worse. There's plenty of evil afoot as it is: a unified troop of vampires has descended upon Sunnydale, and tension between Buffy and Willow gets in the way of demon hunting.

Before long, a single moment of bad judgment catapults Buffy into an alternate future dimension where vampires reign supreme. Imprisoned in the body of her 24-year-old-self -- and confronting friends and foes the likes of which she'd never imagined -- the Slayer must uncover her past misstep and correct it, or risk facing a terrifying monster that she herself has created....

 

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Review: The Lost Slayer (The Lost Slayer #1-4)

User Review  - Svein - Goodreads

This should really have 4,5 stars as it was truely a great book. Way above what one would expect from a tv-series tie in book. It was very adult, dark and well written. I will for sure read more books by Christopher Golden, bith his Buffy books and other writing. Read full review

Review: The Lost Slayer (The Lost Slayer #1-4)

User Review  - Emma Dowling - Goodreads

I absolutely love this book! I am a huge fan of Buffy the TV show and so this book really pulls on the heart strings! Fantastically written and absolutely gripping! A must read for any fan of the show! Read full review

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Christopher Golden is the award-winning, bestselling author of such novels as Wildwood Road, The Boys Are Back in Town, Of Saints and Shadows, and the Body of Evidence thriller series. He has cowritten a number of novels and comic books set in the worlds of the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel. There are more than eight million copies of his books in print. He lives in Massachusetts with his family.

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