Go Ask Malice: A Slayer's Diary
January 22 Had the dream again last night. Only, this time it was different. . . . Faith has always been a loner. Growing up in a broken home in South Boston, shuffled from relative to relative, her only companion was an imaginary friend named Alex, who helped her escape into a fantasy world of... show more
January 22 Had the dream again last night. Only, this time it was different. . . . Faith has always been a loner. Growing up in a broken home in South Boston, shuffled from relative to relative, her only companion was an imaginary friend named Alex, who helped her escape into a fantasy world of monsters and the supernatural, far from the real-life horrors of the waking world. Now, taken away from her mother by social services and shipped off to a foster home, Faith learns that some nightmares are all too real, that the inventions of her childhood really do haunt the night, hungry for blood. Enter Diana Dormer, a Harvard professor and representative of the Watchers Council who has come to tell Faith of her destiny, to train her, to prepare her for what is to come: Faith is the Chosen One. She alone will stand against the vampires, the demons, and the forces of darkness. But she's not alone. When Alex, her childhood companion, returns in her dreams, she warns Faith that someone else is coming for her, a force so deadly and unforgiving that it has inspired fear in the underworld for a thousand generations. Its name is Malice. As memory and fantasy begin to merge, Faith's two worlds collide, with cataclysmic results. A violent battle for the Slayer's soul is staged, winner take all. This is her story. . . .
Publish date: July 1st 2006
Publisher: Gallery Books
Pages no: 256
Edition language: English
Series: Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 2 (#9)
Go Ask Malice: A Slayer’s Diary by Robert Joseph Levy, a Book Review by Stella Coulsonwas at the time of reading, a complete surprise. I have read many tv and movie tie in novels. Some are good, some less impressive and a few wonderful in their own right. This falls under the latter. Its remarkable ...
Media-tie in works are often a tricky thing. They're heavily controlled by those that control the franchise so usually don't have much opportunity to go beyond some very carefully drawn lines and have to be careful to reset to canon, which can make it very hard to allow characters to grow. This stor...