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Review: Buffy the High School Years : Glutton for Punishment



Buffy: The High School Years - Glutton for Punishment (Buffy: The High School Years, #2)

Review: Buffy the High School Years - Glutton for Punishment - Book #2 - Kel McDonald, Yishan Li and Joss Whedon - November 2016
After enjoying the first Graphic novel in the Buffy the High School Years, I knew I had to read the next one as I was hooked. Back in the day, I was a huge Buffy and Angel fan and loved watching the TV show Buffy the Vampire Slayer. I even have a Willow and Spike Pop Funko. In Glutton for Punishment, Buffy and her friends are told that if they wish to push up their grades in their worst subjects, they can take an extra-curricular course. Buffy doesn't have time for much of any spare time, and her grades could do with some improving especially in History. Buffy and Xander choose to take Home Economics while Willow chooses Art. This class would have been easy and straightforward, but they have a new teacher and things aren't adding up as people are going missing and their new Home Ec teacher seems obsessed with food and sweets. It turns out that he is a Sabretooth shifter with a sweet tooth for pastries. Can Buffy put her slaying skills to the test and save her friends and the school from the new Tiger invasion before more class members disappear including her best friend, Xander ?
Find out in Book #2 Glutton for Punishment - part of the Buffy the High School Years. I am now looking forward to reading the next Volume in this graphic novel series.


 


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