Five Seasons of Angel: Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers Discuss Their Favorite Vampire

Five Seasons of Angel Science Fiction Fantasy Writers Discuss Their Favorite Vampire In this thoughtful witty look at the acclaimed Buffy spin off five science fiction and fantasy writers discuss their favorite vampire

  • Title: Five Seasons of Angel: Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers Discuss Their Favorite Vampire
  • Author: Glenn Yeffeth Don DeBrandt Michelle Sagara West Marguerite Krause Peter S. Beagle Candace Havens Jacqueline Lichtenberg K. Stoddard Hayes
  • ISBN: 9781932100334
  • Page: 216
  • Format: Paperback
  • In this thoughtful, witty look at the acclaimed Buffy spin off, five science fiction and fantasy writers discuss their favorite vampire.

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    1. Some strong essays on the show and it's the characters. Failed, IMHO by not including one on either Fred or Gunn. To which, I can only say, WTF editor, WTF?

    2. Definitely made me rethink some of the episodes as well as the character dynamics. A good read that, of course, makes me want to re-watch the show.

    3. What can I say? Intelligent discussion and analysis of a really cool TV show?Right up my alley. I am an intelligent, educated person who reads books but is also unrepentantly addicted to TV.I couldn't put this down. I'm pleased that several of the essays even talk about why the writer didn't like the show. It's not just gushingally though-provoking and balanced.Please check out the other offerings in the Smart Pop Series atsmartpopbooks If Angel wasn't your thing, they also have books on House, [...]

    4. I've read a number of Buffyverse books, and this is by far one of the best. The essays are smart, diverse, and engaging. Within the pages you will find well-thought out character studies, examinations of genre, as well as bloody good time. Some of my favorite essays include: "The Assassination of Cordelia Chase" (which perfectly stated everything I loathed about what they did to her in S4), "There's My Boy," and "Jasmine:Scariest Villain Ever."If you're looking for a smart book about a smart sho [...]

    5. Enjoyable series of essays about the series and characters of Angel. Good overall but with one or two exceptional pieces. For behind the scenes fans"Angel By the Numbers" and for a humors look at Angel's love life "To All the Girls He Loved Banged and Maimed Before"

    6. 4.5 stars. As always, some entries were better than others, but overall there were plenty of insights and new perspectives.

    7. A fun and eclectic collection of essays. I loved the freedom of the writers to write about whatever interested them. It made for a really interesting array of topics, formats, and opinions.

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