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"Instant Replay" During a routine slaying, Buffy encounters a vampire named Veronique who knows the slayer's name and can anticipate her attack. One who doesn't have the proper respect for Mr. Pointy. One who cannot die. If slain, she will reincarnate in a new body.

An invincible demon is the last thing Buffy needs right now. Joyce Summers is about to undergo a serious oper
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Paperback, 320 pages
Published May 1st 2000 by Simon Pulse (first published January 1st 1999)
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Kathy
My first foray in to Buffy fiction and I'll be going back. Buffy and gang take on Veronique, a very old vampire who can take new form after being staked. She's up to nefarious schemes to make Hell on Earth (pretty much like every Buffy villain). Buffy also has to deal with her Mom's serious illness at the same time. Good stuff, I miss these characters.
Paul
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Dark-Draco
There's a vampire with the ability to be reborn into another body every time she dies. She works for her Masters, who need to be reborn into this world. She's in Sunnydale, making new offspring and digging up rotton bodies. This is where the Slayer steps in!

The story is excellent - gory, disgusting and yet with the same great humour that made the TV series such a joy to watch. Veronique is a superb baddie and I loved the fact that she had her own little flashbacks so her story could be explored,
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Matthew Ledrew
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Dony Grayman
Una de las pocas novelas del Buffyverso editadas en castellano.
Scott
I listened to Charima Carpenter read this in audio format today during work. Christopher Golden's one of the better Buffy writers, but this book is still pretty crappy. I'm gonna recommend the audio format for everyone because a) it's abridged, and b) the villain is French, and Charisma Carpenter is absolutely horrible at accents. Way amusing.
Elaine
this is one of the best buffy books in the series it seems to be more adult then the other ones. i found the story gripping and actually read it in one day. buffy seems to have grown up in this book and is trying to deal with major issues. i did find angel a little too broody in this book. i always reread this when i have nothing to read
Randy Holmberg
this is by far one of the best Buffy books. Any time Nancy holder and chris golden get together its like buffy magic. Would highly recommend to any buffy fan, both obsessed or newbie.



Takes place in season 2/3. The scooby gang is in great form with angel, oz, willow, cordy, and xander.
Brian
Jun 23, 2012 Brian marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: media, fantasy
given to me by Shaun....who saved it from the trash when Wedon's office was being cleaned out on the Fox lot after Dollhouse's plug was pulled.
Ginette
A really good read but it did seem to be lacking. There was just something about it that had me glad when I had finished with,
Lisa
Sep 10, 2008 Lisa rated it 1 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: no-one
Shelves: lost-interest
Bought for 50p in a jumble sale, thanks to my all consuming love for Buffy. Was definitely NOT worth the money.
Samantha
Christopher Golder and Nancy Holder help to elevate this Buffy novel from the run of the mill young adult serial novel.
Laura Flanagan (Oscuro y Seductor Romance)
Está bien sobre todo el argumento de un vampiro que aunque muere puede poseer otro cuerpo. Pero eso es todo.
Makayla
i just started to read this book and it is pretty good i might have to show it to friend
Valerie
Jul 30, 2008 Valerie rated it 1 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: desparate readers
Recommended to Valerie by: free
Shelves: tv-made-me-do-it
Given a choice between Buffy comics and Buffy novels, you should choose comics.
Laura
I read this so long ago I can't do a true review but I do remember enjoying it.
Seth Zimmerman
For any Buffy fan, this is a must read. The best Buffy novel out there.
Ali Vakilzadeh
I read it, and i loved it. I read the last two chapters at least 5 times!
Leigha
I admit to being a dork. I like books based off my favorite TV shows!
Jennifer
Seeing as I loved the Television series I also liked the books.
Maggie
Corny. Silly me. I love Buffy though.
OctoberWoman
Standard Buffy fare but enjoyable.
Sharon
Again, read a long time ago
Luke
Good for a bit of nostalgia.
Elizabeth
Fun little read.
Tiffany Baker
AWESOME!!!!!!!!!
Lib 5030 Group 5
Dec 03, 2013 Lib 5030 Group 5 marked it as to-read
Shelves: young-adult
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Christopher Golden is the award-winning, bestselling author of such novels as The Myth Hunters, Wildwood Road, The Boys Are Back in Town, The Ferryman, Strangewood, Of Saints and Shadows, and (with Tim Lebbon) Mind the Gap. Golden co-wrote the lavishly illustrated novel Baltimore, or, The Steadfast Tin Soldier and the Vampire with Mike Mignola, which they are currently scripting as a feature film ...more
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