While this graphic novel is probably best appreciated when read during the Autumn months, especially around Halloween, I finally got around to reading it this week and it was still enjoyable, even when read in the middle of cold and snowy weather. This had been on my to read list for a while but for some reason it was always passed over for other titles. I was afraid that I had waited too long to read it and that the hype would cloud my enjoyment of it. Boy was I wrong. This was a dark, sad, funny, retelling of the Sabrina story that most of us know and I would highly recommend it.
After a bit of a slow and somewhat confusing start, I ended up really liking this book. I wanted to read it for several reasons (sounded interesting, I like the fantasy genre, and it had good reviews) but the main reason was I heard that it featured some non-binary and polyamorous characters. It is VERY rare to see this type of representation in books, especially young adult stories. Honestly, my favorite parts of the book involved the relationship between the 3 main characters, Mairwen, Rhun, and Arthur. What happens in the forest was interesting but I was more curious about the dynamic between them and the other villagers.