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Cheryl R. (Spuddie) - , reviewed Voices from the Pagan Census: A National Survey of Witches and Neo-Pagans in the United States (Studies in Comparative Religion) on + 412 more book reviews
Non-fiction about the demographics, political leanings, religious practices and other information regarding a survey of people who self-classify as Witches or Neo-Pagans in the USA. The writing style was a bit dry, but it did contain a lot of interesting information, tables and charts and some sections that held my interest very well. It's meant to be a reference, I believe, so that's what I would use it as, if I owned it. I borrowed it from the library. As a book to read cover to cover, every word--not so much, though I did spend several hours skimming and browsing and learned a lot of interesting stuff.