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The Magic Of Bewitched Trivia And More

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 14, 2004

    Where's the magic?

    As I begin I am reminded of what Samantha's piano teacher spoke to the piano before he allowed Sam to play. 'For what we are about to do to you, I apologize.' I really do, as I want to say marvelous things about this book...I will begin by saying that I love the cover art, and I like the introduction. I also like the fact that recipes from foods from the actual episodes were used. But the rest seems to be a hodge-podge of random facts which are repeated over and over in the book. Yes, it is a book of trivia and more but some sections seem to repeat themselves such as which episodes had which characters in them. And is it really necessary to have TWO episode guides? Some of the information isn't even correct such as Hepzibah being referred to as Samantha's aunt, when in fact she wasn't, but was the High Priestess over all witch-dom. And in the description of Aunt Clara's past times, door-knob collecting not mentioned at all?! The most glaring error is in the trivia quiz about what country the episode entitled 'Samantha and the Loch Ness Monster' takes place with Scotland not even being part of the multiple choice. (The answer is given as Ireland). And the use of italics throughout is as random as the facts are. It was also disappointing to find that in the approx. 300 pages only about 44 pictures are used, two of them being the same picture. I was really looking forward to this book as anything on my favorite show is a plus but to quote cousin Serena, '...it sounded like it was going to be a ball, but it's turned into a real bummer!' Hopefully future editions will be edited more carefully.

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