In this second volume, Art follows his father's story of his time in Auschwitz during the Holocaust and his struggle to survive while also still butting heads with the man.
Diana and Matthew have returned from their time-walk to Elizabethan times and much has changed. The dangers are graver as is the search for the Book of Life. Finding it will require a lot of Diana and Matthew and cost so much more.
Here comes a story of struggle and hardship as Art listens and works to convert his father's story of him and his wife's struggle to survive the Holocaust into a graphic novel.
Four teens expected a night of fun in an escape room. What they got was a night of truths, secrets, and horror.
Volume 2 of BTVS: Omnibus finally brings Buffy to Sunnydale and into season 1 and 2 of the show. Herre are stories we've only head mentions of on the show and that brings us even closer to the chosen one. Also, another apocalypse.
It's the end of the Baudelaires' story, though certainly not the end of their journey. Their ultimate questions are answered and there are some that are fated to never be answered.
Kallia desires a much bigger life, one that's not in a fancy cage per se but on a grand stage for all to see that she is better than any other magician out there. Her ability with flames is wild but she has to be careful or she may burn out of worse. But it comes at a cost she doesn't realize until it's too late.
After being destroyed by Hardin, somebody Tessa thought she loved, she must rethink everything and try put her life back together. When he comes begging at her feet she's left wondering if she should give him a second chance. Can she handle it? Handle him, especially in the midst of a life-changing opportunity?