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This book doesn't go through the typical Wicca 101 type books, it doesn't offer spells nor does it tell you everything about Wicca. Read morePublished on July 26 2002 by E. Bradley-McCabe
Writen in old fashioned style. Containing letters to a subject who wants to learn of Wicca. Rae Beth gives alot of good helpful information, and uses a unique way of doing it. Read morePublished on May 7 2002 by Red Fern
A very boring book with too much knee-jerk anti-Christian statements. Very little information is communicated through this book.Published on Aug. 13 2001 by Steve Sikes
It's a Q&A style book, actual questions asked by a beginners on the path. Informative and special, this book is great!Published on Dec 13 2000 by E. Bradley-McCabe
I dislike writing negative reviews, but I see it as a duty to caution people that come after me.
This is NOT a handbook on how to practise Wicca. Read more
Author Rae Beth offers a beautifully written, clear, and heartfelt text about the solitary path of a hedge witch. Read morePublished on Sept. 17 2000 by K Painter
Many books written on the craft deal with coven work, or are adapted from covenwork to attempt to fit a solitary. This one, however, is written by a solitary, for solitarys. Read morePublished on Sept. 5 1999
This was originally called hedge witch and is fine for what it is, letters about wicca that weren't meant to be a book. Read morePublished on Aug. 31 1999