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  • Paperback: 864 pages
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing (1 Mar. 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1442412119
  • ISBN-13: 978-1442412118
  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 5.1 x 21 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 522,005 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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In every generation, there is a Chosen One. A slayer destined to protect the human race. She alone must fight the demons of hell. She alone must risk her life to stop the spread of evil. Buffy is the Chosen One. A night at the fair becomes a nigh

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By Moo^_^ on 19 Sept. 2013
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Great selection of books, only falut was the last page. Look forward forwarding the others in the collection. Great cost
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i have read all the buffy books now annd have found them all to be really fun reads. my favourite story in this book is blooded. I recommend this book if you're looking for a fun, lighthearted read. :)
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Three Cheers For Volume Three 28 Nov. 2010
By Summer40 - Published on Amazon.com
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Volume 3 has a far better flow than Volume 2. In "Carnival of Souls", you have the devoted Angel and a timid Willow; "One Thing or Your Mother" gives the reader Angelus and computer savvy Willow; and in "Blooded", Angel is back (remorseful and devoted once again) and a Willow who has cemented herself as a fighter against evil. Buffy is at her sassiest in "One Thing or Your Mother". After Angelus ruthlessly taunts Buffy with heart breaking words and violence, Buffy in turn delivers a ego bruising insult to Angelus that the reader will relish in delight. I never thought I would ever be interested in knowing the background story on Principal Snyder, but Kirsten Beyer weaves a realistic tale that will endear the reader to the weasel-like dictator, only momentarily. "Blooded" is the stronger story in which all of the characters prove how devoted they are to each other. If you are a fan of Oz, sorry, he's not really present, but any Buffy fan will enjoy BTVS Volume Three.
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Carnival of Decent Novels 14 Jan. 2015
By jrmspnc - Published on Amazon.com
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This book is the third in a series collecting previously published Buffy novels: Carnival of Souls (2006), One Thing or Your Mother (2008), and Blooded (1998).

Carnival of Souls, by Nancy Holder, takes place during the gang's junior year, between the episodes "Ted" and "Surprise." A mysterious carnival arrives in Sunnydale, and our heroes find themselves overcome by the seven deadly sins - Willow, envy; Xander, sloth; Buffy, pride; Giles, anger, and so forth.

One Thing or Your Mother by Kristen Beyer takes place immediately after the second season's "I Only Have Eyes for You." The title character is Principal Snyder's mother but there is an intriguing subplot involving Drusilla's desire to be a mother.

Blooded is more difficult to place in the Buffy chronology; it may be more helpful to consider it taking place in a third season that didn't quite exist. The authors, Nancy Holder and Christopher Golden, seem to have written the story before seeing the end of season two. They clearly knew (or simply anticipated) that Angel would stop being Angelus, but appear to have had no idea how that happened, how he came back, or how the group dynamic would play out.

All three novels are light reads, with a style clearly intended for young teens (occasionally, especially in Blooded, the prose is aggravatingly juvenile). All of the writers do a fine job capturing the voices of the characters and the plots of each novel would have made for excellent viewing as episodes of the TV show. None of them will change your life or are likely to linger in the memory (indeed, I had read Blooded twelve years ago and reading my review from back then did not refresh my memory of it). Still, there is nothing wrong with entertainment lite every now and again. All in all, the collection is recommended for any one who enjoys Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
Good addition to any Buffy lover's collection. 20 Mar. 2014
By Annie - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
*DOES contain at least ONE spoiler*

This book was pretty decent. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone who hadn't already watched the series or read the original comic books simply because the three different stories are written by different people, and they wrote these stories with different time periods in mind.

For instance, the first story is meant to take place near the beginning of the series when Buffy and Angel are still in that "honeymoon" phase of their relationship. Then, when the second story opens, Buffy and Angel are mortal enemies and Buffy is trying to consider how exactly she's going to bring herself to kill him. In the third story, Buffy and Angel are all snuggly again.

So, if someone who had never watched the series simply picked this book up on a whim to read it, I think they would find it very hard and confusing to read. But the storylines were good, and the characterization of the characters was great. I could just hear some of the lines coming from the mouths of Sarah Michelle Geller and David Boreanaz.

Individually, the second story was probably the best. It had an entirely original storyline (within the framework of the overall series, that is) that was just really involved and really well-done. I really loved that one. The first one was good, as well. I was less fond of the third and final story because parts of it were very similar to other Buffy episodes/comics already available AND because some of thing things that happened (like Angel actually deciding to kill Willow to save Buffy) just were NOT realistic. Of the three, the last one was definitely the weakest.

However, the anthology was still a nice addition to anyone who loves Buffy.
Steve's Review 28 Jan. 2014
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I admit that I bought this book to check it out, I am a huge fan of the show and I was curious to see if the writer was actually capturing the flavor of the original show. To my surprise the answer is yes, reading these stories was just like watching a Buffy episode you can almost see it in your mind! Fast paced, humorous, action filled and witty! The characters respond to situations and events just like you would expect them to and the dialog is dead one, they say just what you would expect them to say! I liked this book so much that I bought the other two in this series and can't wait to read them. The writer also does a great job linking these stories back to events that occurred in the different seasons which adds to the color. If you are a Buffy fan then I definitely recommend you check this book out, you won't be disappointed!
Great filler for long time Buffy fans looking for some new content! 4 Oct. 2013
By Ed Palmatier - Published on Amazon.com
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These are original stories, but they fit within the timeline of the series. Suspenseful, but not so much as to keep me up at night and I read mostly just before going to bed.
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