A famous researcher and his team of paranormal investigators have arrived in Westbridge looking for evidence of magic. Now Sabrina's got to undo all her spells without magic--and fast. Because right behind her are some serious dudes in black!...
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Spying Eyes Reviews
In case you were not a fan of Sabrina the Teenage Witch in the 90s, these books are based on the tv show, which is about Sabrina, who learns as a teenager that she's a witch, as are her aunts. This book tells the story of Sabrina's first Castanalia, a holiday on which witches can cast all the spells they want for 24 hours without any consequences, because the day will just start over again the next day. However, Sabrina's aunts forget to mention that one spell doesn't go away, and if you don't prepare for that in advance, you won't know which one! When scientists come to their town looking for evidence of magic, Sabrina has to find the spell that didn't go away, and fix it, while there's a ban on magic.This book was a fun read, and really brought me back to the show, which I loved as a preteen. (It was on TGIF with Teen Angel, Boy Meets World, and You Wish. I loved that lineup!) This book was definitely cheesy, though. I can't remember if the show was like that.When the witches had to stop doing magic to avoid the suspicion of the scientists, I found it scarier than I probably should have, just because it reminded me so much of Charmed, which had several episodes with similar plot lines, including one in which a witch ends up burned at the stake! But these scientists were more of the goofy variety.So, not exactly a great work of literature, but a fun story, especially if you were a fan of the show.3 stars.This review is copied from my blog, The Towering Pile. It was originally published here.
Fun with a lot of fast plot movement, just like the series.
When I was about 10, i loved the TV show Sabrina the Teenage Witch and whenever i came across them in the book store i would always beg my parents to buy me one. But i never had the patience to sit down and read it. Now, I've read it so I can review it. i think the TV show version of this book is much better than the actually book version. First of all, I think its a better outcome if movies are based on books not vice versa. To me, it just works better. second the whole series is not as interesting as the book blurb makes it sound. this is what happens with many books i read. compared to the television shows these days, Sabrina the Teenage Witch is a boring series. Comparing 90's classic sitcoms and 2010's television shows, the main event in a 90's show might just be a little "side event" in a show today. if a book is written based of a boring tv show, then the book will also most likely be boringOverall this book is not well written, because it combines a series of random little events that have nothing to do with each other and that are supposed to be interesting. It is also very repetitive. The book mentions that Sabrina's aunts are witches as well, and throughout the book the author writes about more of their abilities as witches with out realizing that the audience does not care about repetitive facts.
this is a cute, short story, where Sabrina gets to have fun casting all the spells she wants on a day that doesn't exist. but, everyone forgets to tell her that one of her spells will remain. so, she has to figure it out and fix it... while government scientists come into town to study evidence of magic! I like when the books try to describe magic that would have been difficult to create on the show (with 90s special effects). obviously this isn't great literature, but it's nice for someone with fond memories of the show.
I loved all of the Sabrina tales full of magic. Every story was a different adventure and some new and exciting challenge to overcome. These books made me want to have magical powers too but the ending results were hilarious.
Awesome! Childhood memories learning how to read and watching this tv show as a faithful fan!!!! :)
It coolI am a fan of Sabrina the teenage witch
I used to love this T.V. show, along with the books.. now I don't care for both much anymore.
This one was weird.
This was a cute and quick read, but it was definitely a little cheesy - much like the show itself!