This book is about Witchcraft and not Wicca. Yes, I know that it has a few chapters that are related to Wicca (i.e. a chapter about Sabbats). I saw that last review that gave this book only one star, my message for you is to accept that not all Witches are Wiccan (but I am).
I give this book four stars because it represents itself as a book on Witchcraft and NOT Wicca, and it actually has some good information on magick, even though I am not going to use the spells that she gave.
If you want a simple book on magick, I would recommend "True Magick" by Amber k.
I hope this review helped you.
This book, like all her others, has nothing to do with being a Wiccan Witch, but is instead is bent on using nature magic for
purely selfish purposes such as gaining wealth and power, whilst attempting to circumvent the force of Karma (the "path of least resistance" as she calls it).
If you have any interest in the Wiccan religion at all I suggest you read The Wiccan Path: A Guide for The Solitary Practitioner by Rae Beth. On the other hand, if you don't care in the slightest about the knowledge and wisdom behind the Wiccan faith and would rather have a villa in the Algarve than help others then this book is probably right down your street.