Book Reviews of Whispers of the Moon: The Life and Work of Scott Cunningham : Philosopher-Magician, Modern-Day Pagan

Whispers of the Moon: The Life and Work of Scott Cunningham : Philosopher-Magician, Modern-Day Pagan
Whispers of the Moon The Life and Work of Scott Cunningham Philosopher-Magician Modern-Day Pagan
Author: David Harrington, deTraci Regula
ISBN-13: 9781567185591
ISBN-10: 1567185592
Publication Date: 4/1/1997
Pages: 256
Rating:
  • Currently 4.4/5 Stars.
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4.4 stars, based on 8 ratings
Publisher: Llewellyn Pubns
Book Type: Paperback
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This was such a fantastic book! I've really grown to love Cunningham's books, and was so happy to read about the life of such an influential and lived man. I would recommend this book to anyone who loves Scott's books. I read over 1/2 the book in one sitting!
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A beautiful biography that should be of interest to anyone that practices solitary.
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I have always loved Scott Cunningham's books and was so excited to read about his life. Scott was such a down to earth person, growing up in San Diego county. Because I have good friends in the area and we are about the same age I felt a strong kinship with Scott. I loved seeing how he lived, how his books came about and how loved he was by his friends and family. It is sad that he had so many books he wanted to write and never had a chance to. His personality and influence lives on forever in his writing. He is the go too author for new pagans and people searching their path. So much influence in such a short life. Hail Scott Cunningham.