July 23, 2004
Druid Power: Celtic Faerie Craft and Elemental Magic
By Amber Wolfe
Publisher: Llewellyn Publications (July, 2004)
Pages: 272 - Price: $14.95
Review by Lee Prosser - email@example.com
Amber Wolfe continues to rank high among Wiccan authors who can tell a good story in an entertaining manner, fill their writings with sharp observations, and approach their topic material with complete honesty. Such is the case with her latest book, Druid Power. Druid Power is about Celtic faerie craft, and the world of elemental magick.
Amber Wolfe is a private psychotherapist and the author of In The Shadow of the Shaman. She is a Ban Drui.
Readers will find this book imaginative, and highly entertaining reading. Topics covered include elemental power, the connection of Druidism to nature and self-nature, the tribe of Danu, Tuatha de Dannan, among others. Of special interest is the afterword titled "The Far Hills of Remembrance." A section on the Dragons of Tara is also covered.
Entertaining and enjoyable reading, this is a book that will appeal to a large reading audience. Well-written.
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