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Long Way Home by Nancy Holder
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If you haven't already read the first two books of this “trilogy,” don’t bother. This is the only one you need to read. You can infer the setup in the fist two books from the flashbacks in this one.

This volume actually is worth reading. It is well-paced and interesting. Although the characters don’t quite ring true, the story and the characters are entertaining—so long as you don’t compare them to the real thing. It’s like watching a movie adaptation of your favorite book. You have to forget the book to enjoy the movie. ( )
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Sunnydale was the town that had things in it that shouldn't have been there. -- Prologue
Buffy stepped through the door she had visualized, and over a plain wooden threshold, and that was the end of what could remotely be called normal. -- Chapter 1
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Buffy and Angel find themselves launched into a frightening reality where fierce dragons and other fairy-tale monstrosities rule supreme. Once they locate each other, they rally the missing teens -- including Salma -- and attempt to make their way through the interdimensional portal back to Sunnydale. Little do they know that two unlikely allies have also come through to alternity: Spike and the rogue Slayer, Faith, both with their own respective -- and complicated -- MOs.

Back in L.A., gang violence and vigilantism are at a fever pitch. The Slayerettes -- now an extended unit -- are holding down the fort, awaiting Buffy and Angel's return. But Slayer and Vampire are feeling moral conflict that rivals the physical strain of demon-slaying: each wonders if a reality exists where their love could have survived. And when one of the duo's charges is suddenly killed, the portal to Sunnydale is sealed. Now, before they can worry about ridding their own universe of supernatural chaos, they've got to find a way to get back to it....
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This title concludes a three-volume crossover series which uses characters and settings from both Buffy and Angel. Buffy and Angel are stuck in an alternate reality where dragons and monsters rule. In the homeworld chaos is rife, Buffy and Angel must find a way home before it's too late.

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