|Review: Dust: Not
bad, nice to see Buffy back in LA and it really showed
the problems she was having with her father. The
I-was-dead theme was kind of taking it's toll but it was
still a good story.
So-so, a little boring but it explains everything about
the Master's bones that appears in the season 2 premiere.
Looks Can Kill: Not too great. It was
a good story but the characters were portrayed horribly.
Angel and giles were continuously arguing and being
insulting to one another, which would have fit in to
place if this book were in Season3, but it's not so it
didn't make any sense. Jenny was just written weird and
it seeme dlike everyone was mad at each other (with the
exception of Xander and Willow).
No Place Like...: A wonderful story
that could have been read as a legend/myth told around a
campfire. Absolutely fun to read and very interesting as
it was a ghost story. I liked how there was something to
discover in this novel. Definitely better than Cameron's
Uncle Dead and the Fourth of July: A
cool story, though the zombie issue didn't spark much
interest with me but Uncle Sam was an interesting
character. I like how this book is using more of Angel,
Giles and Jenny which doesn't usually happen. Plus it's
nice to see Jenny in some stories. Nicely written and fun
The Show Must Go On: Great story and
it really felt like an episode of Buffy. The Shakespeare
vampire troupe were interest-sparking and the fact that
they killed people like in Shakespeare plays made for an
even more fascinating story.