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Half-witch, half-mortal sixteen-year-old Sabrina Spellman has made her choice: She's embraced her dark side and her witchy roots. Now her power is growing daily... but will it come at too high a price? 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 h Half-witch, half-mortal sixteen-year-old Sabrina Spellman has made her choice: She's embraced her dark side and her witchy roots. Now her power is growing daily... but will it come at too high a price? 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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Half-witch, half-mortal sixteen-year-old Sabrina Spellman has made her choice: She's embraced her dark side and her witchy roots. Now her power is growing daily... but will it come at too high a price? 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 h Half-witch, half-mortal sixteen-year-old Sabrina Spellman has made her choice: She's embraced her dark side and her witchy roots. Now her power is growing daily... but will it come at too high a price? 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.

30 review for Les Nouvelles Aventures de Sabrina - La Fille du Chaos: Livre 2 dérivé de la série Netflix

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jessica | Booked J

    Blog | Twitter | Instagram | Review can also be found here at Booked J. The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Series: Season of the Witch : ★★★★★ Daughter of Chaos: ★★★★★ Path of Night: TBD As always, a copy of this book was provided by the publisher or author in exchange for my honest review. This does not effect my opinion in any way. No other author could write Sabrina Spellman like this. End statement. I've said this before, during my review of Season of the Witch and I will gladly shout it Blog | Twitter | Instagram | Review can also be found here at Booked J. The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Series: Season of the Witch : ★★★★★ Daughter of Chaos: ★★★★★ Path of Night: TBD As always, a copy of this book was provided by the publisher or author in exchange for my honest review. This does not effect my opinion in any way. No other author could write Sabrina Spellman like this. End statement. I've said this before, during my review of Season of the Witch and I will gladly shout it for the people in back. Honestly, Sarah Rees Brennan knows the characters of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina in the most vivid of ways and creates compelling companion novels that coordinate beautifully with the television series. Dark and intriguing, this novel reflects the very best of the show. Ignited by brand new storylines and an engrossing familiarity, Sarah Rees Brennan adds an extra layer to the stories we've only just begun to know. Much like within the pages of Season of the Witch, Daughter of Chaos builds onto these stories and characters in a way that is believable, snarky and fun. The bleak atmosphere of the series is as present as ever, with an added bonus of life. To avoid spoilers, here's what I'll say: Daughter of Chaos takes place between the time of the winter solstice episode and part/season two. Glimmers of the series thus far can be found in various ways of foreshadowing, and as a whole the novel makes me all the more excited to dive into part three come January. Readers can expect tugs of emotion, hope and fear from this installment and it is honestly can't miss material. While companion novels that correlate with television series can be tedious and merely rehashing episodes we've already seen, Daughter of Chaos is not in that category. Sarah Rees Brennan builds onto established plotlines and relationships, tying into the series and standing on its own entirely. It is an added layer that is similar to forgotten or lost episodes--developing context just a bit more. There is a little something for everyone in Daughter of Chaos. From unspeakable calls of horror, to lingering romance, to warm and cozy friendships and family bonds, to general coming of age angst, this novel is the perfect tie-in to the series. Sabrina Spellman is in her prime, still gaining her footing inside her witchy exploits. The perfectly complex heroine. Her near opposite, Prudence Blackwood/Night is as dangerous, witty, snarky, sharp and, somehow, warm as ever. Nick Scratch is as charming as you remember, with an added bonus and one half of an unexpected bromance. (Seriously--if you are like me, rooting for the trio: Harvey, Sabrina and Nick, this book will give you life.) Harvey Kinkle, too, is at his best: flawed, soft but strong, timid but growing. Overall, Daughter of Chaos was every bit as twisted and dreamy as I'd hoped. I loved the ever evolving stories and the way in which Sarah Rees Brennan breathes life into these characters. While it was chilling and a little spooky, I felt like the novel was its strongest when it focused on the layers of friendship and love--my biggest highlights were the scenes that Harvey and Nick shared, the hints of their peculiar almost-friendship tied into their love of Sabrina and the way that we see Harvey and Susie's friendship's real depth. In short? This novel was nothing short of amazing and fast paced. My heart is soaring and I'm so excited to see where the show, and the third book, takes us next. If you think I'm making grabby hands at my computer screen, you are absolutely correct. [EDIT] RTC! [EDIT] We have a cover AND IT IS BEAUTIFUL AND I MUST HAVE IT. I am making grabby hands at my screen which is TOTALLY NORMAL. I'm normal! Do I need this book? 100%. Sarah Rees Brennan and Sabrina Spellman DEFINITELY own me.

  2. 5 out of 5

    ˗ˏˋ janet ˊˎ˗

    Since I enjoyed the first book, i decided to continue the series with the second and I wasn’t at all disappointed. We see more of our witch friends than the mortal, although they do pop in from time to time some more than others, but i actually liked that. There’s so much in here that i loved like Harvey and Nick’s bromance, Nick and Prudence’s friendship and the moments where you see how Nick is already so deep in for Sabrina. I really liked that Prudence realized she already has her own family Since I enjoyed the first book, i decided to continue the series with the second and I wasn’t at all disappointed. We see more of our witch friends than the mortal, although they do pop in from time to time some more than others, but i actually liked that. There’s so much in here that i loved like Harvey and Nick’s bromance, Nick and Prudence’s friendship and the moments where you see how Nick is already so deep in for Sabrina. I really liked that Prudence realized she already has her own family she can have to herself and went back to her sisters. All in all, such a good book with a lot of cute, funny and badass moments with our favorite witches. Definitely worth the read!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Christy

    We have a GIVEAWAY for Daughter of Chaos + a Riverdale prize pack happening until April 17th! Enter here. What I love most about these tie-in novels is the way Sarah writes them. While there is a central storyline, there are interspersed chapters from various characters (the Tommy chapter in Season of the Witch will forever remain one of my favorite things). While Season of the Witch is a prequel, Chaos takes place between seasons 1 and 2, where Sabrina is navigating a new school and headed deeper We have a GIVEAWAY for Daughter of Chaos + a Riverdale prize pack happening until April 17th! Enter here. What I love most about these tie-in novels is the way Sarah writes them. While there is a central storyline, there are interspersed chapters from various characters (the Tommy chapter in Season of the Witch will forever remain one of my favorite things). While Season of the Witch is a prequel, Chaos takes place between seasons 1 and 2, where Sabrina is navigating a new school and headed deeper into the dark. Rather than a retelling, these books fill in gaps and enhance storylines and characters. This is Sabrina’s world but Chaos is just as much Nick and Harvey’s story. I dare you to read this book and leave not shipping those two together (with Sabrina, of course. Because she can have both). Chilling Adventures is a character-driven show and the books are no different. You spend time in their heads, feeling their feels, fearing what they fear (rejection! self! monsters!?). In Season, we spent a lot of time with the other mortals so it only makes sense we would spend time with the witches in Chaos. I have to say, reading this book made me view certain characters in a different light. And what would this story be without a fair amount of chill, camp, and comradery? I can’t wait for Path of Night, book 3, to come out May 5th. I loved the most recent season and am looking forward to diving deeper into the world between the last two seasons!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    Dear Netflix, Please hire Sarah Rees Brennan as a writer on this show. She would bring much-needed comic relief, as well as delivering all of The Feels.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Rachel

    No one but Sarah Rees Brennan could have written the novelisation of CAOS and made it into a work of YA art, but here we are, people. For the uninitiated, Sarah Rees Brennan is the marvelous author of the Demon's Lexicon Trilogy, the Unspoken novels and the second to none In Other Lands (** seriously, I'm about to exalt Rees Brennan for this work of infernal delight, but if you haven't read In Other Lands, you're not really living). Everything she writes is witty, hilarious, smart and heartfelt - No one but Sarah Rees Brennan could have written the novelisation of CAOS and made it into a work of YA art, but here we are, people. For the uninitiated, Sarah Rees Brennan is the marvelous author of the Demon's Lexicon Trilogy, the Unspoken novels and the second to none In Other Lands (** seriously, I'm about to exalt Rees Brennan for this work of infernal delight, but if you haven't read In Other Lands, you're not really living). Everything she writes is witty, hilarious, smart and heartfelt - her characterisations of both young, romantic love, and the strong bonds of family and friendship are truly a strength - and Daughter of Chaos does not disappoint (and, imo, is a step up from Season of the Witch). Okay, so let's get down to it - what could make a tv spinoff novel worth your time? Aside from being a Sarah Rees Brennan novel (with all the usual hijinx and hilarity), this book does the whole spinoff thing well; Rees Brennan is simultaneously responsible in not overstepping boundaries and turning the thing into a fanfiction, whilst also not tiptoeing around the fact that this IS a novel. What this means is that Rees Brennan gives us the rich internal worlds of characters, explores their motivations, examines their relationships with each other. Just as we got a great glimpse into the world of Ambrose Spellman in Season of the Witch, Daughter of Chaos gives us fantastic insights into the sultry and seductive (or, uncertain and eager to be loved??) Nick Scratch, Prudence Night and Harvey Kinkle (with a dash of Roz and Theo (then still referred to as Susie)). And of course, Sabrina is front and center as well. Rees Brennan makes characters I usually don't feel connected to - Harvey and Prudence - not just available, but relatable and even likable. And if, like me, you've always been left wanting more of a certain Nick Scratch... well, you got him. Fans of Demon's Lexicon will be reminded how well Rees Brennan spins us a complex badboy. Highlights include: - Harvey and Nick bonding - Mortal Courting 101 - Witch pick up lines - Naked astral projection - a classic move - Witchy adventures - Prudence. Just generally. If you're a fan of Sarah Rees Brennan (like me) - read this book. If you're a fan of CAOS and clutching your bosom in anticipation of season 3 (... also like me) - read this book. If you've dreamt of Harvey and Nick having sleepovers and talking about their feelings... maybe marry this book.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Barb (Boxermommyreads)

    So it's no real secret that I'm obsessed with Riverdale and The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. Are they great shows? Probably not. But they are sort of like a train wreck in that once they've got your attention, it's hard not to watch. And that element of fun with a side of what-the-heck-will-happen-next is also why I continue to read the books based on the TV shows. In this installment, it's several days before New Year's Eve and once again Sabrina is in trouble. She has somehow summoned a bad- So it's no real secret that I'm obsessed with Riverdale and The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. Are they great shows? Probably not. But they are sort of like a train wreck in that once they've got your attention, it's hard not to watch. And that element of fun with a side of what-the-heck-will-happen-next is also why I continue to read the books based on the TV shows. In this installment, it's several days before New Year's Eve and once again Sabrina is in trouble. She has somehow summoned a bad-luck demon and it's wrecking havoc on her life and has dire consequences for both the mortals, witches and warlocks in Greendale. Sabrina doesn't want to clue her Aunties into what has happened so she enlists some help from her new friends and may just end up relying on some old ones along the way. What I find interested about these books is that they take place in between the television seasons. This makes the story fresh and also serves to fill in some of the gaps. And what this book made me realize is that Sabrina is kind of annoying, but man I like a lot of the other characters. When the Aunties are present, they are always quite entertaining and Cousin Ambrose is such a great side character full of personality. I like Sabrina's friends and in this installment, I loved seeing what makes warlock Nick Scratch tick. But alas, a favorite has emerged in the form of Prudence. Prudence is wickedly bad but somewhere in that dark soul is a likable villain. And deep down, I honestly believe her snarky wit and evilness is a mask for a lot of pain in her life. She is the silver lining in a dark Greendale and I can't wait to learn even more about her in the future. She is the morally grey (if someone who worships Satan can be considered morally grey) character I need. In addition, she has some of the best lines in the book. Here is a conversation she has with Sabrina. See how awesome she is? "Did you hear what they called us?" I asked uneasily. Prudence didn't turn a hair. "I hear what that word all the time." "You sure it's that word you hear, and not, uh, a slightly different one?" Prudence shrugged. "I hear that one too. I like hearing both. They're just words, and I'm a witch. I decide what they mean." So once again I think Sarah Rees Brennan, a quite popular YA author, has knocked it out of the park in bringing further depth to the characters so many people already enjoy. Maybe that's why I already ordered the next installment, which was just released this week!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    Pay no attention to the rating, naturally I'd say so! Book 3 is coming, so now I figure I can talk about this one without undue influencing of others. I like to record my thoughts on them. This was the book where I fell in love: writing Season of the Witch was awesome fun to write and hell knows I adore Ambrose, but it was my very first tie-in and I was scared I'd get something wrong. With this one, I felt I knew what I was doing more, and was able to stretch my wings a little (the CAOS show wri Pay no attention to the rating, naturally I'd say so! Book 3 is coming, so now I figure I can talk about this one without undue influencing of others. I like to record my thoughts on them. This was the book where I fell in love: writing Season of the Witch was awesome fun to write and hell knows I adore Ambrose, but it was my very first tie-in and I was scared I'd get something wrong. With this one, I felt I knew what I was doing more, and was able to stretch my wings a little (the CAOS show writers were really fabulous about it!) and relax back into a weird, beautiful world. When all types of love are forbidden but people still feel it, how do you get it and what do you know about it? When you've been trained to see another kind of person as lesser, and to be tormented, but they're still people, what do you do about that? I LOVE these kinds of questions and I hope it was as fun for some to read the adventures of Sabrina, Harvey, Prudence, Roz and Nick in these pages as it was for me to write. The joy of a book is getting inside people's heads to see their motivations and yearnings, and how they really tick. Sabrina gets into trouble for love of a friend (classic Sabrina), has to decide who she wants to be (maybe what kind of Ms Wardwell-style makeover to have) and who can love the person she's becoming. Prudence longs for parents she's never had and sisters she's always had. Harvey's grieving, Nick's searching, Roz is choosing. All of them make terrible mistakes, but they're good kids in terrible circumstances (my favourite thing, really) and so I hope that readers forgive them even when they can't forgive themselves, and see promise for their future. When they get to where they're going through the satanic shenanigans, and find the people they love. I also hope people laugh at Harvey teaching Nick how to date and all the witches and all the mortals being SCANDALIZED by how the other half lives, because it's rude to laugh at one's jokes all by oneself.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Brooklyn Tayla

    Utter perfection. RTC :) Thank you Scholastic UK for sending me a copy to review and to Sarah Rees Brennan herself for personalising and signing it ❤️

  9. 5 out of 5

    Paige Green

    Disclaimer: I received this book from the publishing company. Thanks! All opinions are my own. Book: Daughter of Chaos Author: Sarah Rees Brennan Book Series: The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Book 2 Rating: 5/5 Diversity: trans male, openly LGBT couplings mentioned Publication Date: December 26, 2019 Genre: YA Fantasy Recommended Age: 16+ (some violence and gore, some mature content like sex and sex activities mentioned) Publisher: Scholastic Inc. Pages: 368 Amazon Link Synopsis: Half-witch, half-mortal s Disclaimer: I received this book from the publishing company. Thanks! All opinions are my own. Book: Daughter of Chaos Author: Sarah Rees Brennan Book Series: The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Book 2 Rating: 5/5 Diversity: trans male, openly LGBT couplings mentioned Publication Date: December 26, 2019 Genre: YA Fantasy Recommended Age: 16+ (some violence and gore, some mature content like sex and sex activities mentioned) Publisher: Scholastic Inc. Pages: 368 Amazon Link Synopsis: Half-witch, half-mortal sixteen-year-old Sabrina Spellman has made her choice: She's embraced her dark side and her witchy roots. Now her power is growing daily... but will it come at too high a price? 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. Review: I love the show Sabrina with a passion… maybe an obsession? I have so much love for the current show, respect for the comics, and admiration for the previous 90s show. The prequel book perfectly embodies all three and this one maintained that embodiment! I love that these books are apart of the in-between times, the times that are glossed over and the development not seen as deep as the show can provide to an audience within 40 minutes. The character development in this book, especially with Harvey and Roz’s relationship which kinda popped up suddenly in the show, is so great! Nick Scratch and Prudence also got developed and trust me, I’m not the biggest Pru fan but I’m totally feeling for her now that I’ve read this book. The book was also well written and had fun nods to the current season playing on Netflix. The only thing I will say about the book is that it’s a little slow paced in the beginning as we go back to the early days post breakup with Sabrina and Harvey, but it quickly picks up and mayhem ensues sure enough! Also, if you’re a fan of the show it does take a bit getting used to Theo being called Suzie in the books but it also heavily develops him as well before the transition! Verdict: A must read for the Sabrina lover in all of us.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Tasha Ní Mhiacháin

    “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 “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.”

  11. 4 out of 5

    Teleseparatist

    I received a copy for review - thank you to the publisher/author for the chance to read this! I've been a long-time Sarah Rees Brennan fan, and while TV tie-ins are not quite my thing, and Sabrina is a show I watch but don't feel that fannish about, this is well worth reading even for a casual watcher, and a must-read for a fan - much more so than the prequel first novel. Brennan fills in some gaps and while she's sometimes bound by the series (as evident in the necessity to have the plot of this I received a copy for review - thank you to the publisher/author for the chance to read this! I've been a long-time Sarah Rees Brennan fan, and while TV tie-ins are not quite my thing, and Sabrina is a show I watch but don't feel that fannish about, this is well worth reading even for a casual watcher, and a must-read for a fan - much more so than the prequel first novel. Brennan fills in some gaps and while she's sometimes bound by the series (as evident in the necessity to have the plot of this story match what we know even if that requires some narrative handwaving of consequences), her perspective on the characters and insight into their hearts and minds makes this utterly readable. It's charming, and poignant, and the interactions between Harvey and Prudence alone are a pleasure to read. And then there's Nick and Harvey, and Ambrose, and Prudence herself, being fierce, and sympathetic, and glorious. I liked her before reading this, and this made me love her more. Brennan imbues the characters with rich inner lives and complex emotions; she's funny, but angst is where her writing shines, and once again, the Kinkles (who I care so little about when I watch the show) made my heart break as I read about Harvey's hunger for affection. In addition, while the first novel had a somewhat forgettable plot, this time the emotional journey of the characters it tied into the central mystery, and the stakes are higher. I will look out for the conclusion, and can't wait for more of the series, too.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Megan

    Sarah Rees Brennan should WRITE ALL THE BOOKS! This was hilarious! I often find novels associated with tv shows to be enjoyable but nothing special. But I laughed out-loud so many times reading this, the same way I did reading In Other Lands.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Eeva

    About two things I was absolutely certain. First, Nick Scratch was a warlok. Second, I was unconditionally and irrevocably in love with him.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Courtney McGhee

    Okay okay, let me explain the three stars before you get upset. I absolutely loved the writing and the story lines were wonderful! The reason for the star deduction is because it doesn’t flow from the first story. You have to watch the show for anything in the second book to make sense. You can’t just read the books. You miss way too much. Another thing is that I really loved the chapters being black in the first book for the other characters. This book didn’t continue that, and I was disappoint Okay okay, let me explain the three stars before you get upset. I absolutely loved the writing and the story lines were wonderful! The reason for the star deduction is because it doesn’t flow from the first story. You have to watch the show for anything in the second book to make sense. You can’t just read the books. You miss way too much. Another thing is that I really loved the chapters being black in the first book for the other characters. This book didn’t continue that, and I was disappointed but glad they still included chapters from other characters point of view. Oh and I also adored the bromance between Nick & Harvey. Very sad it didn’t last. Okay well, now onto the third book!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Alexandra

    I don’t really know about this book. It took me a little bit to get into but once I got into it, I loved it. I can’t wait to read the next one.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Lobo

    Polish translations butchered both Sabrina's book. They are technically okay but the whole niceness of Brennan's style is gone. And of course I'm a big fan of Brennan because of 'I Other Lands'. Brennan created complicated, nuanced and appealing relationships between characters. Lets face it - this book was made for Harvey/Nick shipping. And it works! Nick and Harvey have here more chemistry with each other than with Sabrina. Also Prudence and my broken heart <3 <3 <3 Prudence is fan-favorite af Polish translations butchered both Sabrina's book. They are technically okay but the whole niceness of Brennan's style is gone. And of course I'm a big fan of Brennan because of 'I Other Lands'. Brennan created complicated, nuanced and appealing relationships between characters. Lets face it - this book was made for Harvey/Nick shipping. And it works! Nick and Harvey have here more chemistry with each other than with Sabrina. Also Prudence and my broken heart <3 <3 <3 Prudence is fan-favorite after all. And this is best of two Sabrina's novels because there is very little of Sabrina :D I'm actually one of few people who likes Sabrina because she is such a brat and never faces consequences. Brennan tries to mute a little Sabrina's bratness through the plot (which is less ridicules than the Netflix's ones) so she is more likable. Sabrina's inner life makes her more understandable. So I liked Sabrina better in "Season of a Witch" than the show's Sabrina. This is fan fiction. Very good, character-driven dynamic-type of fan fiction. And I could not be happier. It's fan fiction culture in its finest.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Leesya Nazman

    Daughter of Chaos is really good. It's even better than the first one. It's even better than the Netflix series! I loved Harvey and Nick's bromance relationship in this. Nick's witchy attitude around Harvey made me laugh several time. I wished we get to see more of them in the Netflix series. It's very refreshing to read different POVs. You could explore more stuffs about the characters and understand them more. This book wasn't revolved around Sabrina only, but around the other mortals and witche Daughter of Chaos is really good. It's even better than the first one. It's even better than the Netflix series! I loved Harvey and Nick's bromance relationship in this. Nick's witchy attitude around Harvey made me laugh several time. I wished we get to see more of them in the Netflix series. It's very refreshing to read different POVs. You could explore more stuffs about the characters and understand them more. This book wasn't revolved around Sabrina only, but around the other mortals and witches as well. Loved Prudence is "getting along" with Sabrina. Can't wait to see what Sarah Rees Brennan will bring in the third one, Path of Night.

  18. 4 out of 5

    abi

    sorry to sabrina (and harvey) but they're just not nick scratch's number one fan in the same way that i am sorry to sabrina (and harvey) but they're just not nick scratch's number one fan in the same way that i am

  19. 4 out of 5

    Tatiana

    Liked it better than the series for some reason.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Morgan Bernard

    A tumultuous coming-of-age tale of friendship, hurtful gossip, lost love, and Satan worshipers. You wouldn't think a book about a Satanic cult of witches could be heartwarming, but this book manages it. The writing style is fast-paced and humorous with a quickly escalating plot. I really appreciated the witchy jokes and the banter between Sabrina's ex-boyfriend and her new love interest--I loved how the two guys manage to remain on friendly terms and help one another despite being rivals. This re A tumultuous coming-of-age tale of friendship, hurtful gossip, lost love, and Satan worshipers. You wouldn't think a book about a Satanic cult of witches could be heartwarming, but this book manages it. The writing style is fast-paced and humorous with a quickly escalating plot. I really appreciated the witchy jokes and the banter between Sabrina's ex-boyfriend and her new love interest--I loved how the two guys manage to remain on friendly terms and help one another despite being rivals. This relationship created a great juxtaposition to the misogynistic brotherhood of warlocks shunned by Sabrina and her family clan. Although there are plenty of sweet moments of love and friendship, there is bloody violence, verbal abuse, hatred for those who are different, and examples of mob mentality. Despite these trigger warnings, this book manages to have a diverse cast of teen characters dealing with sexuality, sexual identity, physical illness, and growing up in ways that are realistic and heartfelt (even though they happen to be dealing with a prince of hell at the same time). Love, friendship, and self-confidence can overcome the darkness :) Overall I give Daughter of Chaos 4 out of 5 stars! Although I've never watched the Netflix show, the tidbits mentioned in this novel definitely made me add it to my To-Be-Watched list. If you can get past the violence and misogyny and devil worship, this is a great story about the pains and joys of growing up. For more reviews like this one, visit mlbernard.wordpress.com

  21. 5 out of 5

    J.D.

    Summary: As the new year approaches, Nick and Harvey strike up an unexpected friendship. Meanwhile Sabrina stumbles upon a bad luck spirit, who when banished brings the wrath of a prince of hell down on Greendale. Not only do the mortals return to the hateful, witch hunting ways of their ancestors, but the witches begin to turn hateful as well. By the end of the year, it is up to Sabrina, Nick and Prudence to save Greendale and up to Harvey to save the three of them afterwards. Personal opinion: Ju Summary: As the new year approaches, Nick and Harvey strike up an unexpected friendship. Meanwhile Sabrina stumbles upon a bad luck spirit, who when banished brings the wrath of a prince of hell down on Greendale. Not only do the mortals return to the hateful, witch hunting ways of their ancestors, but the witches begin to turn hateful as well. By the end of the year, it is up to Sabrina, Nick and Prudence to save Greendale and up to Harvey to save the three of them afterwards. Personal opinion: Just as intriguing as the first book, this one gives quite a bit of insight into Harvey's, Nick's and even Prudence's sides of the story. I also really enjoyed the build up to Harvey and Roz's relationship. Salem FINALLY speaking was a very pleasant surprise that I was worried wasn't going to be included in this Sabrina revamp. I would recommend reading Daughter of Chaos before watching season 2 of The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Allie

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Like Season of the Witch, Daughter of Chaos is an alternate universe of the original show. But I find that this book kept more parts of the show in it mixed with the original story of the book. (This might not make any sense but I donʼt know how to describe this better) I also find that this book centered a bit more around Harvey. Which Iʼm okay with because Harvey is one of my favourite characters. His friendship with Nick is one of the most entertaining things ever. I love them both together. Ho Like Season of the Witch, Daughter of Chaos is an alternate universe of the original show. But I find that this book kept more parts of the show in it mixed with the original story of the book. (This might not make any sense but I donʼt know how to describe this better) I also find that this book centered a bit more around Harvey. Which Iʼm okay with because Harvey is one of my favourite characters. His friendship with Nick is one of the most entertaining things ever. I love them both together. However, Harbrina has sailed and Nabrina is thriving. I was such a fan of Harbrina until Nabrina happened. Now I am a child of Nabrina. Hehe. So excited for Path of Night to come out! Also, Part 3 is streaming on Netflix tomorrow! Yay!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Liliya Stoyanova

    This book really gave the characters more depth and now I love and appreciate them all, flaws and all. The audio narrators also did a really good job in portraying the characters the way they are in the show. I live for Harvey's friendship with Nick and with Prudence. Also, can't Harvey and Nick both date Sabrina, I want my boys to be happy 😞. This book really gave the characters more depth and now I love and appreciate them all, flaws and all. The audio narrators also did a really good job in portraying the characters the way they are in the show. I live for Harvey's friendship with Nick and with Prudence. Also, can't Harvey and Nick both date Sabrina, I want my boys to be happy 😞.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Megan

    Another funny and charming addition to the series. This one really gave supporting characters a chance to shine and explored unexpected team-ups that worked surprisingly well. Harvey, Nick, and Prudence was the trio I never knew I needed.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Marci

    I love these! I love these little in between novels!!!! This author knows her characters!!!! Such a quick, fun read!!! Just as good as the show!! Can’t wait for the next one!!!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Kimberly

    If you're a fan of the show I highly recommend you give these books a chance! They are a lot of fun and give you more insight into the characters. If you're a fan of the show I highly recommend you give these books a chance! They are a lot of fun and give you more insight into the characters.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Josie

    3.5 only because I was confused.. you need to watch the TV show beforehand otherwise the story line won’t make that much sense! Love the characters and the representation of LGBTQIA

  28. 4 out of 5

    Anemone

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. 4.75 instead of a full 5 because that ending personally broke into my home, spit on me and called my mother fat, I'm a clown because I KNEW something like that had to happen considering the way season 2 was going ;-; we had EVERYTHING then nothing ahshsksksjkl In this next part of the review I'm just going to gush over the things I loved, read at your own risk: - NICK, precious evil baby boy who's so smitten and trying to figure out the "mortal" way of courting and what consent means lmao - HAR 4.75 instead of a full 5 because that ending personally broke into my home, spit on me and called my mother fat, I'm a clown because I KNEW something like that had to happen considering the way season 2 was going ;-; we had EVERYTHING then nothing ahshsksksjkl In this next part of the review I'm just going to gush over the things I loved, read at your own risk: - NICK, precious evil baby boy who's so smitten and trying to figure out the "mortal" way of courting and what consent means lmao - HARVEY, precious baby boy #2 going around adopting orphan witches who've never been shown true kindness, love and good food apparently? - Nick and Harvey, a comedic b(romance) that we've been deprived of in the show, they could be sO MUCH - the amount of times Nick just went running over Harvey for every random reason ever, like Sabrina didn't smile at me this morning? Go to Harvey. Someone needs to watch over Sabrina's mortal friends? Immediately volunteers to take Harvey. Needs help with a witch baby? Runs to Harvey whose family are WITCH HUNTERS, I can't I'm dead - PRUDENCE, she could step on me and I'd thank her for it, her friendship with Nick is bro perfection, also I didn't know I needed Aunt Zelda adopting her but here we are - "we hate luke" sorry ambrose lol - Nick basically went hold my earrings Harvey and threw hands down with Luke because he was insulting the half witch he loves and the boy who fed him pornographic lasagne - Nick and Harvey's "practice" date, Ms. Brennan are raising my hopes for an OT3 that will never happen in the show ;-; - AUNT HILDA, she is the one constant gem in both the show and the books - ROZ and SUSIE (THEO), they were much more nuanced here than in the first book - Theo and Harvey friendship, we love a gentle gaint x smol fight-me duo - witches looking at the Spellman's and their foreign affection and love with utter confusion and want, it was tragically funny - I like book Sabrina much more than show Sabrina, idk like the show Sabrina is just too much but the book counterpart is more balanced? - again that erasing Harvey's memory of his adventures with the witches at the end of the book made me scream, I know it had to be done but :'c

  29. 5 out of 5

    Gabbi Zurlo

    It's almost the New Year in Greendale and Sabrina is caught in quite a situation. Taking place between the Yule special of Series 1 and the beginning of Series 2, DAUGHTER OF CHAOS follows Sabrina as she tries to balance her mortal friends' reaction to her powers, fully committing to the Academy of Unseen Arts, a broken heart, and faulty expectations all while attracting the attention of a bad luck demon - dooming the entirety of Greendale (witch and mortal-kind, alike). But! Don't let that long It's almost the New Year in Greendale and Sabrina is caught in quite a situation. Taking place between the Yule special of Series 1 and the beginning of Series 2, DAUGHTER OF CHAOS follows Sabrina as she tries to balance her mortal friends' reaction to her powers, fully committing to the Academy of Unseen Arts, a broken heart, and faulty expectations all while attracting the attention of a bad luck demon - dooming the entirety of Greendale (witch and mortal-kind, alike). But! Don't let that long list fool you. In these tie-in novels the full-throttle pacing of the show is nowhere to be found. Sarah Rees Brennan does a fantastic job at adding depth to the characters and their relationships. One of my biggest pet peeves with the show is that the characters (especially Sabrina) aren't given a moment to breathe and process what's going on, much less to just enjoy being a teenager. These books, this one in particular, have those moments. I feel that these books are a necessary part of a lasting enjoyment of the show. They definitely provide the character development that I miss in the series. The writing style is very true to YA. This book is written for a high school audience. My copies never fail to have underlinings and flaggies - Brennan has some gorgeous turns of phrase. DAUGHTER OF CHAOS primarily follows Prudence and Nick Scratch on their individual journeys with Sabrina and her mortal friends. Prudence's chapters are full of longing for belonging, family, and being understood. The frustration of not knowing how to communicate your needs or wants to others and the beauty of found family. While Nick and an unlikely friend delve into consent and boundaries for romantic partners as well as friends without straying into "preachy" territory. DOC celebrates love in all of its forms <3

  30. 5 out of 5

    Laura Altmann (laurabookish)

    Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is one of my absolute favourite Netflix shows, and I adored Season of the Witch... so when the publisher offered to send me a copy of Daughter of Chaos for review, I absolutely jumped at the chance! I would say I enjoyed this book as much, if not more than Season of the Witch. It takes all the characters we know and love from the TV show and fleshes out their stories and gives us greater insight into their personalities. For example, while watching CAOS, I never had Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is one of my absolute favourite Netflix shows, and I adored Season of the Witch... so when the publisher offered to send me a copy of Daughter of Chaos for review, I absolutely jumped at the chance! I would say I enjoyed this book as much, if not more than Season of the Witch. It takes all the characters we know and love from the TV show and fleshes out their stories and gives us greater insight into their personalities. For example, while watching CAOS, I never had a strong opinion on Harvey. I didn't hate him, but I didn't love him either. But getting to read chapters from his perspective made me appreciate his character so much more! I now see that he is a perfect cinnamon roll, who must be protected at all costs, and he's fast becoming one of my favourite characters from the Sabrina universe. I also find it much easier to empathise with "harder" characters like Prudence (and in the first book, Zelda) after reading their chapters. The only negative comment I have about Daughter of Chaos is that I can't see it being of much value to those who haven't seen the show. To me, the book feels more like a wonderful addition to the Sabrina universe, rather than something that can stand on it's own. However, that could probably be said about most sequel books. There's not a lot of world building, or back story, basically, the book operates on the assumption that the reader has seen Part One of CAOS. Personally, I've watched Part One, and Part Two, three times a piece! And I'll probably watch it again. I would definitely recommend Daughter of Chaos to anyone who loves CAOS, like I do.

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