The eighth in a series of novelizations accompanying the remake of the 1960s TV series Bewitched. Sabrina time-travels to Colonial-era Westbridge to do some research for her history homework. Her rival, Libby, brings a charge of witchcraft against her and the judge sentences Sabrina to hang....
|Title||:||Salem on Trial|
|Number of Pages||:||165 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Salem on Trial Reviews
This book was engaging, involving and quirky. The whole story just captured me, and I was back to my childhood days sitting in front of the TV watching Sabrina all over again.This book included Salem as a main character, which made this one stand out, Salem is such a lovable funny character, and works well with Sabrina.This book took us back to the start of the town, and back in history there is many characters who are similar to the ones Sabrina knows in her own time.The ending is exciting and a great way to end everything!
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.
Probably my favorite. If you know the history of the Salem witch trials its fun to compare it. Pretty good book!
I used to love this T.V. show, along with the books.. now I don't care for both much anymore.