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Nina continues to learn how to use her slayer powers against enemies old and new in this second novel in the New York Times bestselling series from Kiersten White, set in the world of Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
Now that Nina has turned the Watcher's Castle into a utopia for hurt and lonely demons, she’s still waiting for the utopia part to kick in. With her sister Artemis gone and only a few people remaining at the castle — including her still-distant mother — Nina has her hands full. Plus, though she gained back her Slayer powers from Leo, they're not feeling quite right after being held by the seriously evil succubus Eve, a.k.a. fake Watcher's Council member and Leo's mom.
And while Nina is dealing with the darkness inside, there's also a new threat on the outside, portended by an odd triangle symbol that seems to be popping up everywhere, in connection with Sean's demon drug ring as well as someone a bit closer to home. Because one near-apocalypse just isn't enough, right?
The darkness always finds you. And once again, it’s coming for the Slayer.
- The events of the story are established as taking place in January 2007, during the period of end of magic.
- Artemis Jamison-Smythe (Only mentioned)
- Athena Jamison-Smythe
- Helen Jamison-Smythe (Only mentioned)
- Eve Silvera (Only mentioned)
- Leo Silvera (Only mentioned)
- Bradford Smythe (Only mentioned)
- George Smythe
- Jade Weatherby
- Honora Wyndam-Pryce (Only mentioned)
- Wanda Wyndam-Pryce (Only mentioned)
- Rhys Zabuto
- Thea Zabuto
Organizations and titles
- Half-demon (Only mentioned)
- Cambion (Only mentioned)
Behind the scenes
- The cover features an illustration by Kekai Kotaki.
- According to White, the novel will take place "just a few months" after the first book. She also described: "All our favorite characters are back, plus some extra demon buddies, a terrifying new foe, and a blast from Buffy's own past."
- A first preview was released by Entertainment Weekly, along with its cover reveal.
- ↑ "Chosen". Simon & Schuster. Retrieved June 24, 2019.
- ↑ Karen Rought, "Kiersten White answers all your burning 'Slayer' questions". Hypable, January 10, 2019. Retrieved April 26, 2019.
- ↑ David Canfield, "Ready for more Slayer? Get a first look at Kiersten White's next Buffy-based novel". EW.com, July 17, 2019.