[Ebook] ➤ Seven Seasons of Buffy Author Glenn Yeffeth – Varanus.us

Seven Seasons of Buffy This Collection Of Irreverent And Surprising Essays About The Popular Television Series Buffy The Vampire Slayer Includes Pieces By Leading Science Fiction And Fantasy Authors Contributors Include Bestselling Legend David Brin, Critically Acclaimed Novelist Scott Westerfeld, Cult Favorite Vampire Author Chelsea Quinn Yarbro, And Award Winner Sarah Zettel The Show And Its Cast Are The Topics Of Such Critical Pieces As Lawrence Watt Evans S Matchmaking In Hellmouth And Sherrilyn Kenyon S The Search For Spike S Balls An Informed Introduction For Those Not Well Acquainted With The Show, And A Source Of Further Research For Buffy Buffs, This Book Raises Interesting Questions Concerning A Much Loved Program And Future Cult Classic.

[Ebook] ➤ Seven Seasons of Buffy  Author Glenn Yeffeth – Varanus.us
  • Paperback
  • 240 pages
  • Seven Seasons of Buffy
  • Glenn Yeffeth
  • English
  • 24 June 2018
  • 1932100083

    10 thoughts on “[Ebook] ➤ Seven Seasons of Buffy Author Glenn Yeffeth – Varanus.us


  1. says:

    Why read Received for review.What impressed me Many authors I had read, or at least heard of, contributed essays to Seven Seasons of Buffy I didn t agree with everything the essayists put forth, but appreciated the contrasting opinions that made me consider other outlooks This book is a celebration of everything that Buffy was, but doesn t hold back when presenting theories and ideas that show fans may rabidly disagree with.What disappointed me With any anthology of this nature, some essays Why read Received for review.What impressed me Many authors I had read, or at least heard of, contributed essays to Seven Seasons of Buffy I didn t agree with everything the essayists put forth, but appreciated the contrasting opinions that made me consider other outlooks This book is a celebration of everything that Buffy was, but doesn t hold back when presenting theories and ideas that show fans may rabidly disagree with.What disappointed me With any antholo...


  2. says:

    You really can t go wrong with sci fi and fantasy authors giving their take on what makes made Buffy the cult production that it came to be.The authors delve into everything from Buffy s single status to whether or not the Scoobies should be insiders or outsiders in the world of normal people If...


  3. says:

    An interesting collection of essays about Buffy A bit too focused on Angel or Spike, but I did particularly like the essay When did the Scoobies become Insiders by Sarah Zettel which talked about how the Scoobies moved from outsiders to insiders over the course of the ser...


  4. says:

    A few of the articles were spot on, in my opinion, and a few missed the mark, but in that way that I can respectfully disagree with So why didn t I enjoy itI guess maybe it hasn t aged well, I don t know, but I found myself skimmingarticles than I usually would.


  5. says:

    An excellent collection of highly interesting essays.


  6. says:

    A fun read for any Buffyphile into analyzing the show and its characters.


  7. says:

    You can findreviews BloodyBookaholicAre you the kind of Buffy fan that declares that Buffy was the ultimate T.V Series Are you the kind of Buffy fan that bought the series and watched it over and over and over again Are you the kind of fan that discusses with your fellow Buffy mates various points of the series Like what went wrong, what went great, and things like that If you answered yes to any of these questions then this IS the book for you This book will give you plenty of thin You can findreviews BloodyBookaholicAre you the kind of Buffy fan that declares that Buffy w...


  8. says:

    I ve been a Buffy fan since the early years and at one point in time, I might have been one of those crazed fans that collected all things Buffy, but my love for the TV series waned with the start of season four, not only because Angel left I personally might have cried when he left at the end of season 3, even knowing that he was getting his own show the next season, yet I never really wanted Angel and Buffy together as I thought that he deserved better but because of the show just seemed I ve been a Buffy fan since the early years and at one point in time, I might have been one of those crazed fans that collected all things Buffy, but my love for the TV series waned with the start of season four, not only because Angel left I personally might have cried when he left at the end of season 3, even knowing that he was getting his own show the next season, yet I never really wanted Angel and Buffy together as I thought that he deserved better but because of the show just seemed so pointless and the upheaval of characters and such altered the show Despite how pointless season 4 felt, I hung in there and watched til the end I have all 7 seasons on DVD, numerous books, poster and other Buffy Angel odds and ends So when I found this book, and I literally mean found it, abandoned in a free pile of stuff , my inner geek girl kinda squealed Fast forward about 3 years and here I am, finally reading it and to my surpr...


  9. says:

    As always, when reading a collection from many different contributors, it s impossible to like them all equally My favorite essays were written by Roxanne Longstreet Conrad loved her frisky creativity , Scott Westerfeld his ideas about story types intrigued me , Laura Resnick liked her writing and it rang true to me , Justine Larbalestier really loved her voice and her festival ideas , Kevin Andrew Murphy interesting behind the scenes info about making the show , Christie Golden another As always, when reading a collection from many different contributors, it s impossible to like them all equally My favorite essays were writte...


  10. says:

    Since finishing Buffy and Angel I ve become a voracious reader of Buffyverse academia and have enjoyed most of it I read the companion book Five Seasons of Angel and loved it It was clever and well written It was with high expectations that I read Seven Seasons of Buffy, and was sadly, quite disappointed First, this essay compilation needs a much better editor Basic information about the show was incorrect, at least one character s name was misspelled, and a couple of essays suffer from far Since finishing Buffy and Angel I ve become a voracious reader of Buffyverse academia and have enjoyed most of it I read the companion book Five Seasons of Angel and loved it It was clever and well written It was with high expectations that I read Seven Seasons of Buffy, and was sadly, quite disappointed First, this essay compilation nee...

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