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Obsidian Fate is a Buffy the Vampire Slayer novel. Written by Diana G. Gallagher, it was originally published in September 1999 by Pocket Books.


Eternal Night

On the outskirts of Sunnydale, recent rains have uncovered the remains of a five hundred-year-old Spanish expedition. But one of the artifacts, a smoky mirror with an ornately carved obsidian frame, goes missing, along with the history teacher who found it. And when Buffy narrowly escapes the attack of a black jaguar while on patrol, Giles puts the gang into research mode.

An ancient volume identifies the missing mirror as a magical object formed by the Aztec god of darkness. A mortal who looks into the mirror will see his or her fate — and can be manipulated by the evil god, who is scheming to regain his power.

Taking their destinies into their own hands, the Slayer and her friends rush into a ferocious battle between light and darkness in the shadows of a massive Aztec temple, a battle against perpetual night — and the evil that thrives in the dark hours.




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Behind the scenes


  • The cover features a promotional picture taken for Buffy the Vampire Slayer season 3.

International titles

  • French: Le Miroir des Ténèbres (The Mirror of Darkness)
  • German: Der Gott der Finsternis (The God of Darkness)


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