I scour the free Kindle books in a few categories regularly, and I find a LOT of stinkers, even sometimes among books that looked relatively promising. This book is just the opposite -- reasonably priced for the amount of content included, and exactly as described. It contains very simple solitary sabbat rituals that are ideal for someone who is just getting started with following the Wheel of the Year, or who is working with limited resources, or who just prefers simple rituals, plus circle casting, some correspondences, tool consecration, and assorted other tidbits. Language and general practice is Wiccan in style, uses generic terms like Lady/Lord, Gods, and Universe, and would be easy to adapt for anyone who practices a similar tradition; sabbats are focused on the changing of seasons and a little bit of magic for personal change rather than any specific mythology. I'm actually a little sorry that I DIDN'T pay for it, since it's a useful addition to my collection of reference materials for ritual -- hence this review, in case someone else is on the fence about buying it.
Wonderful for anyone who wants to start celebrating the sabbats but isn't sure how to proceed or what they can do when they haven't had the chance to acquire any tools. Also could be useful for people who are traveling during a sabbat and can't be with their usual group or don't have access to the stuff they would use at home, and of course it's a good reference for anyone who'd like to see a full set of very simple rituals, with no fancy tools, arcane language, or complex workings -- just quiet personal celebration of the turning of the seasons.