When Sabrina casts an honesty spell on her classmates,
it backfires. Now Sabrina is the one who has to tell the truth,
the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, for the next 48
hours. Not only does Sabrina offend her friends, but she also
manages to tell her housemates that Salem really can talk.
Having her housemates think she has gone of the deep end is
the least of Sabrina's problems. She's supposed to be cat-sitting
Salem while her aunts are on vacation, but he's disappeared
without a trace - and there's no way Sabrina can bend the
truth to get out of this one...
Truth Hurts is
pretty standard Sabrina material with spills and thrills
aplenty. Having her forced to tell the truth all the time
is amusing, and you know exactly where this will lead. And
that's part of the problem of this book - it is too predictable.
can see the problems coming a mile away - like the punchline
to a Les Dennis joke. But, as a young adult book this is easily
digestible and not likely to give you indigestion.
of the series will lap this up, and so they should. It is
well written, entertaining and doesn't patronise. It's just
a shame that it couldn't have been a little clever in its
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