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Book Review:

The Wicca Spellbook
Author: Gerina Dunwich
pp:190
Published:Citadel Press,1994
Reviewed by Clover Aurora MoonSky

GERINA Dunwich is one of those authors who touches me. She (like me) doesn't reach out and grab the norm. She strives to be different. "The Wicca Spellbook" is just so.

THE book is basically a collection of random spells. The spells are mostly following the Wiccan Rede. But some do not. That's one of the problems that I have with the book. Another is that though there are recipes, there aren't enough! I love to cook for the Sabbats, but I haven't been able to find a whole lot of recipes. The ones she has in there are absolutely beautiful, though. Who in the world would have thought of "gingerbread Witches"? Certainly not I.

THE book, along with it's spells and recipes, has information about the Sabbats, a small dream dictionary, information on how to predict the future, etc.

IF you haven't read it already, I highly recommend that you do. It's a must for every Witch's library. :)