Review: Aradia

At over a hundred years old, Aradia is one of the classics.  That said, how well does it survive into the modern day?  Is it a must read? As far as delivery and binding, Troy does great, as always.  Shipping and delivery are fast.  The standard hardcover comes beautifully bound in a burgundy leatheresque material…

Review: The Faceless God

The Faceless God by Tomas Vincente came to me by accident, and was therefore a good opportunity to read something different than my norm. I’m not the best person to review a title such as this, but given the conditions in which it presented itself, I figured I would give it a read and share…

Review: Star.Ships

A book with a subtitle like “A Prehistory of the Spirits” would have a lot of ground to cover. Gordon White certainly doesn’t fail at traversing a lot of ground in examining the scattered beliefs of various parts of the world alongside available genetic, linguistic, and astronomical data. Our journey is a long and fascinating…

Review: Thirteen Pathways of Occult Herbalism

Being written by one of my favorite authors, Thirteen Pathways of Occult Herbalism has a good bit of expectation to live up to.  It is, however, somewhat different than some of Schulke’s other books I have read. This book is more of a foundation for those looking to get into the occult side of herbalism,…

Review: Under the Bramble Arch

Under the Bramble Arch by Corinne Boyer is the second book in a trilogy, after Under the Witching Tree.  Being more partial to weeds and plants of the hedge than I am trees, I started with this book rather than beginning with the first in the series.  Because of the nature of the book, which…