Although just about any beginner's level book will go into some detail about magick and it's correspondence with the moon, McCoy has managed to bring it all together in a concise book that covers many areas not so thoroughly covered in other books. Correspondences, days, hours and other things needed to help aid you in your magickal workings are contained within, and are a useful source to those wishing to learn more on the subject.
I had really expected to like this book a lot. It's most definitately a product of it's time and some of the pseudo psychology could actually be harmful to anyone who has real issues with their childhood. The rest of the content is okay...ish, the scholardship isn't brilliant and I was left with the feeling that a lot of it had been produced off the top off the authors head.
McCoy's take on moon magic and ritual goes beyond the usual cycles of full moon-new moon and shows modern Pagans how to live in harmony all with the lunar cycles. Also includes an excellent chapter on the little-understood aspects of advanced natural magic.
Since I love almost all of Ms. McCoy's books, I guess I'm a little biased. However, I found this book to be very informative and gave me a lot of ideas for the Esbats. I highly recommend it. Bright Blessings to all!!! :)