I loved how this book made it easy for me to understand and get excited about Wicca. No trick or treat there, just plain recipes for spell success. This is a fun but respectful book about the old religion. I found it refreshing that a “mainstream” book about such a badly known religion gave it a profound meaning. I found everything I needed in there: An explanation of the Sabats, Esbats, potions, spells, rituals, and the why of all these. This is a perfect beginner’s book whether you want to practice as a solitary or if you are planning to join a coven later on. Also, if you are looking to know how to create your book of shadow and to write in Theban magic writing, there is a good explanation on the how to do it. I also liked the rituals and spells that are offered by the author.
However, if you are looking for something a little more advanced, this book is not for you. You might want to look up my other review on this page of the book “Solitary Wicca for Life” as it is more thorough and dwells much deeper into each Wicca traditions and their rituals.
I do recommend this guide to anyone interested in getting a better understand of what Wicca is and for those interested in starting a practice.