Ride the Dragon Book Review from @kleffnotes

Ride the Dragon is the latest book from Dawnea Adams who some might recognize as The Witch of Malibu. After acting as a technical advisor for Practical Magic, she found herself out of the broom closet in the world of Hollywood. This new book is meant to help guide and inspire others to discover and use the power they have inside of themselves to create change in their lives and the world around them.

This DIY Manual for magick provides information connected to the elements, the phases of the moon, and magical tools. These are tied into exercises and guided meditations. This is a practical manual that can be used by fledgling witches and shares an intriguing mythology. As a daughter of an evangelist father and a hereditary witch mother the self titled “evangewitch” is here to help guide you through the world of witchcraft as you ride the dragon.

Adams embraced the public identity of a witch by taking The Witch of Malibu and turning it into a brand name for herself and Ride the Dragon is meant to combine both this book and a live theatrical event. Both of these represent her own style of casting and her desire to share her ideas with others. This book is easy to engage with and for those who have even a passing curiosity about witchcraft and using magick this is a book that can help you to easily gain some new knowledge. Adams is writing for those who are trying to learn and this primer of sorts gives you a strong basis for growing your knowledge further. You can pre-order Ride the Dragon today.

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