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Diary of a Witchcraft Shop 2, by Liz Williams, Trevor Jones

heathwitch's review

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5.0

Hilarious. Wonderful. Slightly darker than Volume 1, but that's not a bad thing. :) Where's Volume 3?

arkenst0ne's review against another edition

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funny inspiring reflective fast-paced

5.0

kristick's review against another edition

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3.0

Around the Year (ATY) Prompt 12. A book that is a collaboration between 2 or more people

Entertaining memoir in diary form from a couple who run several witchcraft shops in Glastonbury. I had only heard of Glastonbury in connection with the music festival, so had no idea that it has a large pagan community and connection to King Arthur. Liz Williams seems to have written most of the book (based on her references to Trevor and her druidic side), but Trevor Jones (her business and life partner and witch) has primary authorship on Goodreads. There are only a few entries that are definitely from him, which reference Liz.

angielisle's review against another edition

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3.0

Interesting musings geared for pagans. The anecdotes and observations are recorded in the form of a journal kept by the owners of a witchcraft shop. While I enjoyed reading the insights, I kept waiting (and looking) for a plot thread to tie everything together and was disappointed when one didn't develop.

I received a free copy of this book in exchange for review.
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