BTVS: One Thing or Your Mother by Kirsten Beyer

Posted January 11, 2010 by Lisa Mandina in / 0 Comments

There was a time, probably early last year, when I still had a “reading schedule” set up. Every 10 or so books I’d read a Buffy the Vampire Slayer book (BTVS). Every 20 books I’d read a classic, every 5 books a nonfiction, etc. This was my way of broadening my book reading horizons. But then, things like reading for the Mark Twain list came along, and last spring I was really enjoying all the weight loss memoirs that I was reading and the inspiration they gave me at the time on my own weight loss journey.

Well, I decided to pick up a Buffy book to keep in my locker at the bookstore while I was reading the HUGE Stephen King novel at home. This was a fun book. While it wasn’t a story from the show, it was in the season where Angel is Angelus. And the mayor is there, and Spike is getting ready to get back at Angelus. I like how all this was intertwined with things we knew from the show. And while I’d been reading the comics that were supposed to be season 8 of Buffy, I lost interest in those. I know that it’s supposed to be so awesome that they can do so much more with comics that is unaffordable for a tv show, but to me it was just way too far out there. And I felt that the human sides of the stories, the things that made me laugh or cry when I watch the show were missing. So I stopped buying them and reading them.

This book was a fun one as I said. It was great to visit that world again. As I now seem to reside in either a Twilight or Sookie Stackhouse neighborhood I was reminded again why I love Buffy and considered putting the DVD’s back in my bedroom tv so I could watch them and enjoy it again. And I may still do it. I’ll be typing up at least one more book review tomorrow. And I’m getting close to the end of the Stephen King book as well.
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