Sabrina Goes To Rome

Roman Holiday Let the magic guide you Edward Spellman If Sabrina Spellman can t open mysterious antique gold locket and release the power trapped within, a family secret will be lost forever The secret to the locket lies in Rome, says her father So, with stowaway Salem in her backpack, Sabrina heads for Italy and the Eternal City of Rome.Once there, she meets PaRoman Holiday Let the magic guide you Edward Spellman If Sabrina Spellman can t open mysterious antique gold locket and release the power trapped within, a family secret will be lost forever The secret to the locket lies in Rome, says her father So, with stowaway Salem in her backpack, Sabrina heads for Italy and the Eternal City of Rome.Once there, she meets Paul, the gorgeous American photographer who grabs her before she falls into the famous Trevi fountain And in her charming pensione, Sabrina finds an unexpected roommate Gwen, a British witch with a talking hamster named Stonehenge Together, Sabrina and Gwen set out to solve the mystery of the locket a story of love and betrayal that began centuries ago.
Sabrina Goes To Rome Roman Holiday Let the magic guide you Edward Spellman If Sabrina Spellman can t open mysterious antique gold locket and release the power trapped within a family secret will be lost forever The secre

  • Title: Sabrina Goes To Rome
  • Author: Mel Odom
  • ISBN: 9780671027728
  • Page: 168
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Sabrina Goes To Rome”

    1. About what you'd expect from the novelization of a TV movie: basic plot and rushed storytelling. Plus, a subplot involving Harvey and this mystery girl Tish that I really don't remember being in the movie. (Granted, it's been a while since I've seen it.)

    2. I read this in middle school, so I don't remember too much about it. I think after I finished reading it, it was just meh to me. I was required to have something to read during Homeroom, or whatever that class period was. It was just a half-hour class of reading a book and then logging in what you read. The book was alright.

    3. This constituted my "young adult" romance when I was between the age of 10 to 15. I couldn't remember when I bought and read the book though. (I usually have this childish scawl on the inside covers but this one didn't. I can't remember much about the book but reading it in about 6 hours. LOL. Maybe It's time to re-read it? It is Melissa-Joan Hart.

    4. Pretty true to the movie with a few minor differnces. Good little light read though. I don't know why I'm so amused with the whole Sabrina series both on TV and in books, but it works and I enjoy them.

    5. 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.

    6. I liked it alot, it was around when I was growing up. The tv show is great. This however is based off the movie and matched it very well.

    7. It is very funny, but differs from the movie- in the book they never mentioned that if the person that a witch tells her secret to betrays her, she has the option of turning him into stone

    8. Haven't read it in a while but remember it as a highly enjoyable and entertaining novel. I think that statement speaks for itself :p

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