. . . What makes this (book) remarkable is that the theoretical part (the first half) is easy to read and understand (more or less), due partly to Runyon's mastery of his topic and partly to his folksy, down-home style. . . He takes a hugely complex subject and actually makes it interesting and comprehensible. The second half goes on to outline the rituals and describe in detail the 72 spirits of Solomon and illustrate their sigils. . . -- Ed Buryn, author-artist : The William Blake Tarot
It is rare that we see such an explicit, and well-written guidebook for a subject matter that's been secret for thousands of years. This book is a must read for anyone interested in the supernatural. I give it my highest recommendation. -- Geoffrey James, author: Angel Magic and The Enochian Magick of Doctor John Dee
The Book of Solomon's Magick commences with a personal narrative by Runyon of his involvement in magick, including an initiatory near-death experience . . . The bulk of the book, however, is the clearest exposition I have ever seen of the modern meaning of ritual magick, the complex system of spirits invoked, and the practical set-up of a magickal temple. . . -- Robert S. Ellwood, Univ. of S. Calif.