Solitary Witch : The Ultimate Book of Shadows for the New Generation Paperback
This book has everything a teen Witch could want and need between two covers: a magical cookbook, encyclopaedia, dictionary, and grimoire.
It relates specifically to today's young adults and their concerns, yet is grounded in the magical work of centuries past.
It is organised so that readers can skip over the parts they already know, or read each section in alphabetical order.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 560 pages, ill
- Publisher: Llewellyn Publications,U.S.
- Publication Date: 25/03/2003
- Category: Witchcraft & Wicca
- ISBN: 9780738703190
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Review by takieya
This book I purchased to see for myself how poor Silver Ravenwolf's work was. I can see where she gets her popularity from, but that’s not what my spirituality is all about. This books is loaded with contradiction, and poor writing. I do recommend that everyone reads it, just to get perspective, of course.
Review by Ragnell
This author needs a factchecker. I know, this is a spirutality book and facts have no place in the soul, but seriously, she needs a factchecker. I thought maybe the correspondence listings, all in a single place, would be useful. They aren't because they aren't even kept straight. She uses the same picture for three different runes, for heaven's sake!
Review by jayble
This great big and huge tome is a great read. Silver Ravenwolf often gets flak from people, but she writes in conversational and engaging manner, while giving out some of the best information out there for those looking to learn the fundamentals of the craft, and great information for those who have been long time practitioners.
Review by piercedxwolfie
Amazing... everything you could need in one book
Review by willowsilvhorse
This book was bought for me when I first started studying the craft by a friend that was also interested in the same things I was. While I used it as a reference book when I considered myself Wiccan, I rarely use it now. Occasionally I'll turn to it to look into certain things with a different spin on it but I prefer working without it. For someone who considers themselves purely Wiccan it is a great reference book but not one of my personal favorites.
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