Seven Seasons of Buffy: Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers Discuss Their Favorite Television Show

Seven Seasons of Buffy: Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers Discuss Their Favorite Television Show

Introduction by Drew Goddard, co-writer "Conversations With Dead People"
Edited by Glen Yeffeth
-240 Pages
-April 2003
-Various Authors

  Summary: Like the title says, a plethora of authors have written articles, pieces or even short comical pieces that relate to Buffy the Vampire Slayer in some way.
   
  Rating: 4.5/5
   
  Review: This is going to be one of those books thatís beneficial for every Buffy fan. I was at first skeptical about the idea of reading small articles all bound together in one book (especially since I thought Iíd already read the first article online, but it turned out that I was wrong.) however thereís such a wide variety of articles in here that itíll be sure to please every different type of Buffy fans out there. That being said, there were articles that I absolutely adored and thought the writers deserved award winning prizes! But then there were the articles that pissed me off so much that I was tempted to rip the book up and throw it into the path of an oncoming subway train. Thus is the magic of this book. Youíll love it, youíll hate it, and youíre certainly sure to find an author or two whom you find yourself nodding your head in agreement. (For me, that related to anything that was Buffy/Angel or Buffy/Riley related.) Since the series has ended, it feels great to go back and read opinions on the show (some are done in the most oddly creative manner, but if youíre a big enough fan, youíll understand each and every nuance.) without the benefit of a message board. So even if you donít agree with whatís being said, too bad, you donít get the chance to dispute it and go around in circles like some message boards are so apt to do. So pick this one up, itís definitely worth the read.
   
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