Book Reviews of The Wiccan (Forbidden Doors)

The Wiccan (Forbidden Doors)
The Wiccan - Forbidden Doors
Author: Bill Myers
ISBN-13: 9780842372039
ISBN-10: 0842372032
Publication Date: 7/2003
Pages: 150
Reading Level: Ages 9-12
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.

3.8 stars, based on 4 ratings
Publisher: Tyndale Kids
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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reviewed The Wiccan (Forbidden Doors) on
Helpful Score: 3
As a practicing Wiccan, I can't say I would recommend this book, but it was an...interesting read. Be aware that the author is a conservative Christian who is trying to lead kids away from the "dangers" of the occult. Myers seems to be well educated on the subject of Wicca, but his clear bias that Christianity is the one true way is what harms this. His belief that Wiccans are dangerous, yet pitiful people who unknowingly summon demons is harmful to anyone who actually wants to know the truth about this peaceful religion. This book is full of bias and flat out lies, and from the point of view of a (real) Wiccan, it's pretty laughable.
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After reading what the "practicing Wiccan" says -makes me want my kid to read it even more! Love these books- Christianity is the only way to heaven- the only other place is hell (after death) You choose. We will all call him "King" in the end, either way you believe. These books by Myer have my 14yr old on the edge o his seat.. He loves them. Why fill our kids heads with garbage like harrypotter and such when there really is evil among us?