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Resurrecting Ravana (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) epub ebook

by Ray Garton

Resurrecting Ravana  (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) epub ebook

Author: Ray Garton
Category: Genre Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Simon Spotlight Entertainment; Media tie-in edition (January 1, 2000)
ISBN: 0671026364
ISBN13: 978-0671026363
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 443
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RAISING THE DEAD With midterms looming, the students at Sunnydale High are predictably stressed-out. Even super-student Willow is feeling the pressure to succeed. And when her usual study buddies -- Buffy, Xander, and Oz -- decide they don't need her tutorial sessions, Willow wonders if she's really what they don't need. But her hurt feelings don't explain her sudden antagonism toward Buffy -- or the strange dreams they've both been having. As tensions in the school escalate into brutal acts of violence -- and the perpetrators turn up horribly mutilated -- Buffy and the gang search for a supernatural source. The evidence indicates that someone is attempting to resurrect a powerful Hindu demon. Willow's new conÞdante, guidance counselor Promila Daruwalla, becomes the prime suspect...until Giles runs into an old "friend" who is always causing trouble. It will take all of the Slayer's resources...and the help of all her friends...to find the culprit and destroy the key to the demon's
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The reason I gave this book a low rating is that much it relates to the Big Bad's past 1100 years of life. Also, stupid origin.
But the Sunnydale parts were great. People in the town are behaving oddly. Too men who have friends and neighbors for over fifty years begin an argument that ends with one killing the other. And the winner? he's dinner. Case after case of besties turning beasties keep the story rolling. Two teachers get deadly physical with one killing the other in the cafeteria in spite of Oz & Xander's attempt to stop them. The teacher who killed soon became the teacher who was eaten. And then, it happens to Buffy and Willow.
So is is the new teacher, Ms. Daruwalla the reason the Rakshasa, minions of the evil god Ravana, are turning friend against friend, parent against child? Willow certainly HOPES not, but she's getting less sure by the day.
There is only ONE way to stop this immortal enemy of Rama - and time is running out!

Red eye, morphing, ravenous little Indian (not Native)demons who hide under the bed;ready to turn anyone into non-thinking hateful human beings as the demons rub their bellies in anticipation for dinner. "Resurrecting Ravana" is indeed a dark novel, not for children. It reads like a horror novel, which one could never turn into an episode of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer". Garton doesn't insult the Buffy fan reader, by placing reminders all over the place about what the characters did in the past. It's not necessary, because Buffy, Giles and the Scooby gang face several adversaries. Even our favorite daper chap, Ethan Rayne makes an appearance. Grayston has succeeded in creating a mature novel that definately makes the reader squirm with delight.

8/2 - While reading this I'm coming to think that the reason I didn't particularly enjoy the previous Buffy book I read was because I felt like the show was in its heyday during Season 1-3 - after they left Sunnydale High the show lost something that couldn't be recreated at university or at work, nothing was ever quite the same again. If the show was at its best during the first three seasons, then it follows logically that, for me, the best books would be the ones set during the same time frame. The previous book, Mortal Fear, was set sometime after Buffy started working at the new Sunnydale High as the guidance counsellor and after Xander and Anya's breakup - a storyline I didn't like at all in the show because I really wanted Xander to end up happy, and without Anya I didn't think he was.

The 'bad guy' of Resurrecting Ravana is an interesting idea. The Rakshasa, who are shapeshifters and can change to look like anyone but often choose children as they tend to be universally protected, create discord between best friends, which ends in one friend killing the other and then finding a hidden place where they lie down and are very speedily devoured by the Rakshasa, leaving only a perfectly cleaned set of bones. There's a bit of unnamed racial profiling, Willow actually says that it's mean and not fair, when it's determined that the Rakshasa are Hindu Gods and of course that means that the new Indian guidance counsellor is suspect number one. To be continued...

13/2 - This is getting better as I get towards the end. All the favourites are here, in their best incarnations (except for Spike) - Willow and Oz, Xander and Cordelia, Giles, Joyce, and Angel (just not with Buffy, which is a little sad to think about every time he pops in to save Buffy from the sudden glut of vampires). The bad guy is a Hindu god/demon and Ethan Rayne, one of my all time favourite baddies (after Spike), is involved. I have over the last 50 pages or so I've become quite annoyed with everyone's (especially Giles') obtuseness when it comes to Phyllis and the identity of her mystery man. I mean it's so OBVIOUS and really bugging me that no one else has a clue. 'Lloyd' is desperate to get his hands on the Ravana statuette and is wooing the only woman who can get him access to it; Ethan is in town, he's always looking for more power (well that's what he wants every time he pops up), and he specifically told Giles that he's 'in love' (I don't quite understand Ethan's decision to tell Giles that, unless it was a pointed clue from the author to who 'Lloyd' really is). Anyone else see the coincidences that really aren't? The idea that Phyllis' 100+ year old grandfather is still alive is quite interesting and something that should have been more fully investigated. Considering his interest in the occult, especially the dark side, I imagine it's not machines that are keeping him alive (as Willow supposes), but potions, a demon, or spell. To be continued...

14/2 - Happy Valentine's everyone (not that this book has more than a few lines that could be considered romantic)!! I KNEW Phyllis' love interest would be Ethan! Why didn't that occur to any of the characters? I don't think that really made sense. This got three stars, but it's really three and a half (as shown on BL) because I thought the familiar Buffy characters were there, sounding like themselves.

my favorite author writes on my favorite series; who can ask for anything more. ray garton is an excellent, diverse writer, from adult horror to sabrina the teenage witch, ray covers the gamit of dark fiction. this time the scoobies are taking on werewolves when all of a sudden, things go astray. this may be looked at as an early version of buffy. the characters are: principal snyder, joyce, cordy and angel with the villian being ethan rayne. there is referrals to h.p. lovecraft and aleister crowley too. the book is a fun read as i believe mr. garton has nailed the characters and their eccentricites down pat. there are a fair number of buffy books out on the market and most of them are quite lame. this in my opinion is the best of the buffyverse! highly recommended.

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