Saturday, October 17, 2020

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: Season of the Witch

Alright so I know that I am like a year late on reading this one, but who cares right?! I became obsessed with the Netflix show almost instantly! I was very excited when I won a copy of this beauty last year, but unfortunately did not get a chance to read it until now. I loved reading this prequel while listening to the show again! I am pretty sure most of us remember the show "Sabrina the Teenage Witch" with Melissa Joan Hart, and that gave us a sweet version of the half-witch half-mortal. However, this spooky version gives us a more adultish version to fall in love with. Sabrina is still a lovable half-witch that is trying to find the balance between the witch world and the mortal world. However, now we get to see and read the darker side to it all! Sarah Rees Brennan gives a little bit of a deeper look of the months leading up to Sabrina's Dark Baptism that isn't really shown in the show. I finished this book in about two days, with a day break in between to a lazy day with my family, and I honestly wish I had the other two books in the series on hand! Both this book and the show are naturally perfect spooky, but can definitely be enjoyed any time! 

    It's the summer before her sixteenth birthday, and Sabrina Spellman knows her world is about to change. She's always studied magic and spells with her aunts, Hilda and Zelda. But she's also lived a normal mortal life-attending Baxter High, hanging out with her friends Susie and Roz, and going to the movies with her boyfriend, Harvey Kinkle. 
    Now time is running out on her everyday, normal world, and leaving behind Roz and Susie and Harvey is a lot harder than she thought it would be. Especially because Sabrina isn't sure how Harvey feels about her. Her cousin Ambrose suggests performing a spell to discover Harvey's true feelings. But when a mysterious wood spirit interferes, the spell a big way.
    Sabrina has always been attracted to the power of being a witch. But now she can't help wondering if that power is leading her down the wrong path. Will she choose to forsake the path of light and follow the path of night?

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