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Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Good Switch, Bad Switch - David Weiss

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Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: David Weiss, Bobbi Weiss / Edition: Reissue / Mass Market Paperback / Reading Level: Ages 9-12 / 176 Pages / Book is published 1997-09-01 by Simon & Schuster Children's

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      26.04.2010 12:22

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      Another brilliant tale of everyones favourite Teenage Witch

      Sabrina The Teenage Witch: Good Switch, Bad Switch - David Weiss

      Another superbly written novel based on the hit TV show, Sabrina The Teenage Witch.
      Sabrina, on her 16th Birthday was sprung a surprise buy her Aunts, infectiously witty Hilda and Zelda, she was a Witch, Her Aunts were witches, the family cat - Salem was a warlock sentanced to being a cat for 100 years after trying, and failing, to take over the world, her mother was an archeologist in Peru whom Sabrina would turn into a ball of wax if she so much as looked at her and to top it all off - her Father lived in a book. What else could possibly go wrong. The answer, a whole lot more.

      Sabrina is sick, the diagnosis - Spelfluenza.
      Spelfluenza, a 24 hour bug, causes witches to transfer their powers to the nearest mortal when they sneeze. This leads to mad dashes around town trying to retrieve the lost magic and Sabrina is doing well until her magic flies into her arch enemy snobby Head Cheerleader of Westbridge High, Libby Chessler.
      Libby becomes more and more powerful and starts to realise just what she is doing and pland to strip Drell, Head of the Witches Council of his wizarding powers. Poor Sabrina knows exactly what she is up against and has to try and retrieve her powers with the help of her Aunts Hilda and Zelda, cat Salem and now powerless Drell - whilst being a mortal!

      Three tests are set for the bunch and hopefully they can get thhrough them without any chaos amongst themselves which is a challenge on it's own as Hilda seems intent on never seeing Drell again and continuously bickers with him about him leaving her at the altar more than once, hundreds of years ago. Can they put their differences aside and solve the riddles before Libby turns the universe into one giant shopping mall dedicated to herself???

      Another brilliant tale of everyones favourite witch.

      I absolutely love the books and the TV shows and can read them over again, most of the time Laughing out Loud. The whle series is a must read and will guarentee no disappointment.

      Well Done.

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