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Book
Long Way Home (novel)
Unseen3
The conclusion to the first crossover trilogy
About
Author(s) Nancy Holder & Jeff Mariotte
Publication date October 1, 2001
Length 304 pages
Published by Pocket Books
ISBN ISBN 978-0743418959
Series
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Long Way Home is a novel by Nancy Holder & Jeff Mariotte centered around Angel, Buffy Summers, the Scooby Gang, and Angel Investigations.

Synopsis

In Los Angeles, Angel and Buffy compares notes and realize that both of them are dealing with cases of missing teenagers - most of them are children of the rich and powerful. Coincidence? They don't think so. But when Buffy checks in with Giles, she learns that prime time doomsday has hit Sunnydale, taking precedence over the gang warfare in LA. Back in Sunnydale, Buffy finds the gateway through which the monsters are gaining all access passes to our universe. These gateways are controlled by renegade scientists who have discovered how to manipulate time and dimensional portals from one reality to the next, which could explain where the teens are hidden. But something goes wrong and nothing ever comes out of these gateways the same way that they went in. Now they come out bent and destroyed. Alina is the only child that can control these portals but either she's lost her control or something in the Hellmouth is breaking these barriers. Buffy and Angel must go into the portal and see if they can salvage any of the children left on the inside.

Continuity

The events took place after "Restless" and "To Shanshu in L.A." but before "Buffy vs. Dracula" and "Judgement".

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Organizations and Titles

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Locations

Weapons and Objects

Death Count

Behind the Scenes

Trivia

Pop Culture References

Quotes

Anya Jenkins: "[...] she's the Slayer, right? She kind of makes the rules. We're just the Slayerette's? Hah. I'm a Slayerette."
- Long Way Home, p. 47

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