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The Willow Files, Volume 2 is a novelization anthology of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer novels series. Written by Yvonne Navarro, it was originally published on January 30, 2001 by Simon Pulse.


Since the self-proclaimed "science nerd" had the odd luck to fall in with Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Willow Rosenberg has come into her own. As a member of the Scooby Gang, Willow used her skills as savvy 'Net girl to help save the world on more than one occasion. But as time passed, Willow’s powers evolved from Web surfing to the limitless realm of magic. And with that change came some difficult life lessons.

Willow has always longed for more parental guidance, but when Sunnydale's adults are swept up in a witch hunt, Willow finds that her mother's judgment really bums. And who knew that her forays into the black arts would bring her literally face-to-face with an alter ego "Old Reliable" never imagined existed? Ultimately, though, when it comes time to take charge of her future, Willow realizes that whether it be as a computer hacker or Wicca extraordinaire, she can go further than she had ever dreamed… by staying right where she has been all along.


The Willow Files, Volume 2 is a novelization of three Buffy the Vampire Slayer episodes:


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International titlesEdit

  • French: Les Fichiers Secrets de Willow — 2 (Willow's Secret Files — 2)
  • German: Die Willow-Akten II (The Willow Files II)


  • The Willow Files, Volume 2 won the 2002 Bram Stoker Award for Superior Achievement, in the category "Works for Young Readers".[1]



  1. "Past Bram Stoker Nominees & Winners". Horror Writers Association. Archived from the original on April 29, 2013.
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