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Half-witch, half-mortal 16-year-old Sabrina Spellman has made her choice: She's embraced her witchy roots, and her power is growing daily. But will it come at too high a price?
It's not easy being half-mortal, half-witch. At least, not for Sabrina Spellman. She just discovered that her dad is Satan... and that it's her destiny to rule Hell.
As usual, Sabrina's got other plans for her future. She's figured out a way to trap her father... but he's caged in the body of her boyfriend, Nick Scratch. Now the love of her life is stuck in Hell... with Satan stuck inside him.
Sabrina knows there's a way to get Nick back while also keeping dear old dad out of commission. She just has to figure out what it is. Unfortunately, her loyal cousin Ambrose is unavailable because he's off hunting Father Blackwood, the evil former head of the Church of Night.
Fortunately, Sabrina's still got her mortal friends, Roz, Harvey, and Theo. So when her aunt Zelda, now the church's high priestess, mentions an ancient quest that might help open the gates of Hell, Sabrina and her friends are all in. But Zelda failed to mention that the quest has some perils of its own...
About the Author
Sarah Rees Brennan is the author of The Demon’s Lexicon and Lynburn Legacy series; Tell the Wind and Fire and In Other Lands; and several collaborations with writers Cassandra Clare, Maureen Johnson, and Kelly Link. She lives in Ireland.
Praise for Season of the Witch (The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Book 1):
"Sarah Rees Brennan manages to capture the tone and voice of the show remarkably well. Most of the characters are spot on from their show versions, and you really feel immersed in Greendale while reading. Fans will love it... Season of the Witch
is a self-contained story that diehard and casual fans alike should enjoy... one hell of a fun read." --The Roarbots
"Alternating chapters provide deep dives into supporting characters' backstories and motivations, making this an ideal companion to the show." -- B&N Teen Blog
"Glimpses into the characters' darker sides will pique interest... A creepy literary adaptation to please Sabrina fans and that may entice new ones." -- Kirkus Reviews