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Liana Metal lives in Greece, on the island of Corfu. She is an EFL teacher(MAEd -Applied Linguistics), book reviewer and freelance writer. Liana is also an artist. Her drawings/paintings can be found both online at www.aggelia-online.gr and at several shops in Corfu town. To contact the artist visit http://LianaMetal.tripod.com or her blog at http://LianasKerkyra.blogspot.com Η Ηλιάνα Μεταλληνού διδάσκει Αγγλικά στην Κέρκυρα, γράφει άρθρα και ιστορίες για έντυπες και ηλεκτρονικές εκδόσεις σε όλο τον κόσμο και ζωγραφίζει. Μπορείτε να την επισκεφθείτε στην ηλεκτρονική διεύθυνση http://toasprosaligari.blogspot.com και http://www.coffeetimecorfu.com


A book for kids/ 3 stories in English

Saturday, February 13, 2010

The Sorcerer’s Secrets

The Sorcerer’s Secrets

Strategies in Practical Magick

Jason Miller

New Page Books, www.newpagebooks.com

ISBN: 978-1-60163-059-9

Paperback, pp. 224, US $ 10.87

Non fiction/ spiritual/occult/magic

Reviewed by Liana Metal


Jason Miller has been studying magic for the last 20 years and in this book he tries to offer readers practical magic to change the real world. Visit him at www.inominandum.com

The Sorcerer’s Secrets is a guide book that can ‘change the readers’ life for the better’ the author claims. “Magick should be used for spiritual evolution and mystical insight” Jason says on page 9. The readers can learn all about Meditation on page 46 and find the chapter about Love and Lust quite interesting. The author even teaches how to use magic to attract a mate, and the chapter about Meditation and Healing is nevertheless very interesting to read.

This book is easy to read and is enhanced by occult sketches by the illustrator Matthew Brownlee who is an occultist. You can visit him at www.bakerstreettattoo.com

It caters to those who love spiritual and occult themes and those who wish to study magic. Get this book from www.inominandum.com or www.amazon.com

Read another book review here


Yaya' s Changing World said...

This sounds like an interesting book. Thank you for a great review.

Just thought you might like to know that I have a visitor on my blog, today, who will be sharing her grampa's true-life adventures as a Rider on one of the Orphan Trains! There's room for everyone to gather in close and get to know Donna, while enjoying her wonderful story-telling talents. I look forward to seeing you there.

Yaya's Changing World

Liana said...

Thanks a lot!