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Tales of the Slayer, Volume 3 (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) (edition 2003)

by Yvonne Navarro

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Title:Tales of the Slayer, Volume 3 (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
Authors:Yvonne Navarro
Info:Simon Spotlight Entertainment (2003), Paperback, 336 pages
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The Third Tales of the Slayer collection is better again. This time there are four longer novellas by Holder, Golden, Odom and Navarro. We have a Chinese slayer in the time of the British hold on China, a Native American slayer, a Louisiana slayer in Hollywood in the 1940s, and finally an slayer than lives on an American military base in Japan, who has to deal with the 47 Ronin.

Tales of the Slayer 3 : 01 Dark of the Moon - Yvonne Navarro
Tales of the Slayer 3 : 02 Ch'ing Shih - Mel Odom
Tales of the Slayer 3 : 03 Voodoo Loubge - Christopher Golden
Tales of the Slayer 3 : 04 The Code of the Samurai - Nancy Holder

Native American slayer does her best with little help.

3.5 out of 5

Chinese girl dealing with vamps, crimelords and protecting the people gets Irish help, but has to face vampire lord.

4 out of 5

Louisiana girl's Hollywood demon murder debut.

4 out of 5

American girl is welcome relief for the living side of a Japanese family's monster war.

4 out of 5

http://superprose.blogspot.com/2006/12/buffy-tales-of-slayer-3.html ( )
  bluetyson | May 22, 2007 |
The third book in this series is a collection of four novellas and as such goes into much deeper detail. I really liked this collection and if you take a peek at my Buffy collection you would not be too surprised to learn that more and more detail is something that i love. I want a PhD in Buffy studies someday and my slayer timeline is getting filled in. ( )
  rampaginglibrarian | Jul 3, 2006 |
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Holder, NancyAuthormain authorall editionsconfirmed
Odom, MelAuthormain authorall editionsconfirmed
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0689864361, Paperback)

The Slayers' lives are short, and not very sweet. The Watchers' Journals are full of their tales -- their battles, their triumphs, and ultimately, their successors.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer is but the latest in a long line of women warriors stretching back to the dawn of humankind. As long as there have been vampires, there has been a Slayer. Usually called in her teens, the Chosen One leads a brief life full of conflict and doom.

From the Anasazi villages of A.D. 1250 to Shanghai, China, in 1866, from Hollywood in the '40s to Buffy's predecessor in Tokyo of the '90s, Slayers have always risen above their most recent defeat.

Four best-selling Buffy novelists come together in a collection of novellas chronicling tales of Slayers past. Christopher Golden, Nancy Holder, Mel Odom, and Yvonne Navarro each present a new entry in the historic line of Slayers.

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