This review comes from the Cauldron which is a print magazines based in the UK and is must have reading for those in the pagan and wiccan scene. It is well respected in the UK and it nice to have a neutral one from outside the tradition. One of its writers scanned the review in for me as being in the Rome I cant pick one up. For those of you in the UK it is in # 143 (February 2012). You can order your subscription here http://www.the-cauldron.org.uk/subscriptiondetails.htm there are ten book reviews listed for this edition.
I am a little bogged down at the moment because I am creating another edition of Making Talismans for the Mandrake publishing house.Making Talismans was my first book and it did really well. But I wrote it nearly 14 years ago so I am going through it and updating it with my more recent thoughts. This is particularly important when it comes to the Golden Dawn references as I need to rewrite the Golden Dawn ritual now I am a lot more experienced in the Z docs. I am also laying it out, adding in new diagrams, some of Paola's illustrations and a few more chapters based on some of my later papers. There is little that I got
There is a very interesting review of my book King over the Water here which has been penned by the leader of a Canadian group who made a vault similar to the one I describe in King. I suggest you read the full version which gives a detailed description of the book's contents but here are some quotes:"It clear that the author is drawing on initiatory experiences and oral traditions in the various GD related groups he has been active in. While reading, one is left with the impression that much of the information without citation is blended oral tradition and the author's own opinions, all of which I enjoyed reading. While it is written from the attitude of a