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on 9 April 1998
Along with the internet and Scott's first book, this is the book I come back to again and again. He breaks down the fundamentals of Solitary Wiccan practices, but also encourages each person to build their own practice.
I used it when I was wanting to know the fundamentals and I still use it as a reference tool.
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on 24 February 2010
I've been meaning to get this book for several years to add to my general books and finally purchased it a few days ago. I really like Cunningham's writing style and the break down of the book into three separate parts which makes it really easy to follow. I wasn't reading it from a beginner's perspective and I liked the way the layout made it easy to skim or skip certain chapters without getting confused unlike other books. I also like the constant reminders that it is just Cunningham's opinion as all to often beginners seem to think the first book/author they read is the be all and end all and this encourages you to branch out more, especially as the references are included within the chapters as well as in a bibliography. Overall a really good read with a slightly different take on things that are presented in many other books.
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on 19 May 1999
I have enjoyed this book but not learned as much as some of the other Wiccan books I have read. It just doesn't seem like there is a lot of good content in it. I enjoyed his book, "The Magical Household" a lot more. But still, a good book for beginners.
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on 27 November 1998
This is a splendid book that you will keep coming back to for clarification. It encourages each reader to think for him/herself and trust the intuition we all possess. It serves as a gentle guide .
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on 22 June 1999
Once again Scott Cunningham has come up with a book that's worth it's weight in gold. This book contains practical applications of magick, as well as a section on starting your own coven.
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on 28 February 2000
I had read Wicca: A Guide for the Solitary Practitioner before this book and I couldn't help but feel that alot of this book was repeated from the first. It was still an excellently written book and a joy to read though. I am glad I bought it.
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on 8 November 2013
Love it so much - I have bought 3 copies, one for me 5 years ago, 1 for my sister and 1 for my Mum this year for Christmas.
I love everything EVER done my Scott Cunningham and he explains stuff so well and simply and - just LOVE IT.
Easy book to read - gets me excited every time I open it. Really good if you are showing someone how to start out in Wicca as well xxx
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on 26 June 2010
This book is an excellent addition to any wicca libary.
It is targeted on the solitary which i have found to be rare for wicca books. Scott goes into rituals,tools,prayers,god and goddess, and even creating your own tradition, so in affect assisting the solitary eclectic's out there who need some guidence.

I find this book extremely useful, and easy to read.
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on 9 April 1998
Again, I thoroughly enjoyed Cunningham's work. A perfect follow-up to "Wicca For the Solitary". He writes clearly and concisely, yet covers a large amount of "must-know" info. Easy to read and grasp; wonderful for the beginning Solitary (as I am). Can't wait to add more of his works to my ever-growing library! Brightest Blessings to All!
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on 23 February 2000
This brilliant follow-up to Wicca: A Guide for the Solitary Practitioner is worth ten times its weight in gold. With both feet on the ground, this will encourage the reader to live the Craft, rather than play at it. It is one of the most refreshing books among so many which are "rose-tinted". Or should that be Silver-tinted?
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