This article is about the novel. For the character, see the Immortal.
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Immortal is a Buffy the Vampire Slayer novel. Written by Christopher Golden and Nancy Holder, it was originally published in October 1999 by Pocket Books.

Synopsis[edit | edit source]

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During a routine slaying, Buffy encounters a vampire named Veronique who knows the slayer's name and can anticipate her attack. One who doesn't have the proper respect for Mr. Pointy. One who cannot die. If slain, she will reincarnate in a new body.

An invincible demon is the last thing Buffy needs right now. Joyce Summers is about to undergo a serious operation, calling up all of her daughter's fears about her own mortality. Angel wants to comfort Buffy, but her mother's crisis underscores the differences between them: he will live forever, while she will grow old… or die young.

Torn between her duties as the Chosen One, Buffy needs the support of her friends to help her solve a rash of grave robberies, head off an influx of new vampires, and take Veronique down once and for all. For Veronique is on a mission — to bring about the unification of her masters, the Triumvirate, into one all-powerful demon that will drink the blood of the last man on earth[1]

Continuity[edit | edit source]

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Production[edit | edit source]

  • The cover features a promotional picture taken for Buffy the Vampire Slayer season 3.
  • This novel is also available in e-book and audiobook format, abridged and narrated by Charisma Carpenter.
  • In the United Kingdom, this was the first Buffy novel to appear in hardback form.
  • The cover for the Russian edition includes an illustration by Scott Grimando.

Bloopers[edit | edit source]

  • The first flashback on Angela Martignetti is marked as taking place in 1872, while the other two, occurring after, are marked as being in 1862.

International titles[edit | edit source]

  • French: Immortelle (Immortal)
  • German: Die Dämonin des Todes (The Demoness of Death)
  • Russian: Проклятые (Damned)
  • Spanish: Inmortal (Immortal)

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