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Sabrina Spellman has just made the hardest decision of her life: She's leaving behind her beloved friends at Baxter High. Now it's time to follow the path of night and find her way among the witches and warlocks at the Academy of Unseen Arts.
Sabrina has always been good at the school thing, but now she has a whole new world to navigate. Her power is growing daily, but it comes with a high price. She must always remember her new allegiances and the cost they have on her friends...and on herself.
And then there's her new classmates. Prudence, Dorcas, and Agatha are friends, kind of, but can Sabrina trust them? And what about Nick Scratch? He's as charming as ever, but will his feelings for Sabrina last?
Based on the hit Netflix show, this original YA novel tells an all-new, original story about Sabrina.
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it was even more captivating than the first one, with amazing development into some favourite characters
- Tasha Ní Mhiacháin
I can't wait to read more.
“Dawn remade the world every day, but today the dawn had remade a whole new year.”
It took me a few tries to get stuck in to Daughter of Chaos but that was solely because of a reading slump and nothing at all to do with the book.
I didn’t think I was going to enjoy the Harvey chapters, he is a charming kind of character but he’s never been my absolute favourite. I actually really enjoyed the deeper insight into his character, and his life. His decision towards the end made my heart hurt.
I love Prudence. I loved the chapters on her so so much - they too made my heart hurt. I don’t understand how I can feel so fiercely protective of a character in a book!
Honestly, the only characters I don’t like from this are the typical unlikeable characters like Harvey’s dad, Ambrose's boyfriend, and Father Blackwood.
I really love being in Greendale and I cannot wait to read more.
That dream scene towards the end had my nerves rattled. I have watched the show but the way Sara has blended what we know with what we don’t keeps the read so exciting.
Again, the audio was fantastic. I love the readers.
“Stories teach us to live better.”