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Strings of Connection: Book One of the Witches in America Series Paperback – June 6, 2006
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Author: Durk Simmons
Strings of Connection chronicles the Harper family line from the late 1600's to the present day. It combines the basic tenets of Wiccan beliefs and practices with a witty and creative story line designed to be an introduction of Wiccan ideals to those unfamiliar, and a fun romp of magickal possibilities to those that are.
Yes! Woo hoo! Incredible! This book was read in one night by me, I never went to bed, I couldn't put the book down! I was thrilled that finally, there was an author out there that was bold enough to put real Witchcraft in a book. I kept thinking while reading this book about all the fuss that the Harry Potter series caused with the Witchcraft and how very little true Witchcraft that it had in it. Here I was holding the golden book, the book I have wanted to read since I learned it was written. While there was some fantasy in this book, venturing off the path of Wicca, I enjoyed it so much! Who says all this doesn't exist? Didn't take place? Won't take place? I have read so many books written about families involved in the Wiccan religion and this was the one that darn near made me dance with joy! I handed the book to my daughter, age 18, who refused to read the HP books because in her words, they were `cheesy'; I awoke the next morning to find my daughter still reading. She couldn't put the book down either. We are both anticipating the arrival of the second book. That is one we will fight over for sure! Incredible book! Incredible author! If I had to say anything bad about this book, it would be simple. I didn't like how Wicca kept being referred to as the `Old Religion' when in actuality; Paganism is the "Old Religion' Wicca came to be in the early 1960's. As for stars for this book...10, 100, 1000! Keep them coming Durk! My daughter and I are waiting!
M. A. McCoy
Most Recent Customer Reviews
An Enchanting read for anyone who is searching for a great book on the subject of Wicca mixed with family values. Read morePublished on August 26, 2011 by Silver*Cat
This book was well written and easy to read.. If you want to try and explain wicca to someone important this is a great book to hand them. I can not wait for the next book.Published on July 10, 2007 by Kristina Krist
I wouldn't say I did not like the book, I eventually read it all, but I was a bit disappointed by the image the author gives of Wicca : the magic that I know and practice has... Read morePublished on November 28, 2006 by Vincent D.
I really liked the story and have high hopes for the next book as well. From the first page I could not put the book down. Read morePublished on October 21, 2006 by A. Hower