Kelly Linde

Helpful votes received on reviews: 53% (18 of 34)
Location: CNY
In My Own Words:
I have been Wiccan for 20 years, the last 10 as a solitary practitioner. I am involved in girl's sports (coach) and have four children, 3 girls, one boy, and a wonderful husband. I am amazed by the number of books on Wicca there are now, compared to when I started. I just wish they were all as good.


Top Reviewer Ranking: 468,185 - Total Helpful Votes: 18 of 34
Solitary Witch: The Ultimate Book of Shadows for t&hellip by Silver RavenWolf
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Solitary Witch is a collection of information, some good, some bad, spliced together with Silver Ravenwolf's quick-fix low theology Wicca lite.
I gave it two stars, instead of one, because it shows that perhaps Ravenwolf has been listening to her community. She still gets many things wrong-NOT ALL WITCHES ARE WICCAN, for example, but she seems to be trying.
I would recommend anything by Cunningham, Buckland or Dunwich above this book, but if you are a teen who, for whatever reason, feels you need a dumbed down teen book, this is heads and tails over "Teen Witch" for quality.
That being said, I feel the target age for this book is about 11-12, and I'm not sure it's… Read more
Spiral Dance The - 20th Anniversary by Starhawk
This 20th anniversary edition is better than the original in many ways. While there are still some really glaring errors, the poetry and beauty of this book mades them something one can work around.
HOWEVER, this book deserves a context. Read it for what it is, and don't make it out to be more than what it is...
I recommend it for older, more mature students, with study and history behind them.
The Pagan Religions of the Ancient British Isles: &hellip by Ronald Hutton
This book is like a wooden stake in the vampire heart of Murray's Witch_cult in Western Europe... Die, Witchcult, Die!