2 Buffy Books Come to E-Readers in July

If you’ve missed hanging out with Buffy and the Scoobies in Sunnydale, then a new opportunity is coming to your e-reader soon. Three volumes of short novellas featuring Joss Whedon’s vampire slayer and her firends written by a host of talented authors including Christopher Golden and Nancy Holder will become available in e-book format on July 26th. Check out the synopses of the novellas below.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer 1:

In Coyote Moon, a typical night at the carnival becomes deadly as shape shifters turn the amusement park into their own house of horrors.

Buffy starts having past-life nightmares in Night of the Living Rerun, and must face her historic counterpart before the events of the past repeat in the present.

In Portal through Time, Slayers over the centuries are in danger, and Buffy must protect them in order to save her own life and legacy.


Buffy the Vampire Slayer 2:

In Halloween Rain, as if Halloween at the Hellmouth isn’t bad enough, a brewing storm threatens to bring new demons to life, just in time for a celebratory massacre.

A curse on the school’s rummage sale causes strange behavior in the halls of Sunnydale High in Bad Bargain.

Buffy and her friends are looking forward to the revival of the old drive-in theater, but when people start slipping into comas in Afterimage, this late show may be their last….


Buffy the Vampire Slayer 3:

A night at the fair becomes a night of terror for Buffy and her friends when their personalities start matching the amusements in the park in Carnival of Souls.

In One Thing or Your Mother, Buffy must face a fear worse than her typical demon: children.

In Blooded, Willow accidentally turns her body into a vessel for the spirit of an ancient warrior—and he’s out for revenge.



Grab them for your e-readers on July 26th.

[Source] Simon and Schuster

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