Lost in Lindsey

The Thoughts and Adventures of a Lincolnshire Polytheist


Book reviews

Some book reviews that might interest people

I’ll start with fiction. This book has a ‘pagan’ feel to it and draws on folklore.

Pendle Fire, by Paul Southern

On to the non-fiction.

  • The first book is not really ‘pagan’ but is tangentially related. It discusses current research about how natural environments effect the human brain.

The Nature Fix, by Florence Williams

  • Secondly, we have a new book from Moon Books, an introductory volume about Odin

Odin, Meeting the Norse Allfather, by Morgan Daimler

I’m hoping to get back to writing here regularly. My main book blog, (and university, writing novels, and medical stuff,) has been taking up a lot of time, so I haven’t had time or energy to focus on this one, or my craft blog.



Book reviews: A couple of witchcraft books

I review books on my main blog and I thought I’d share a couple of books I received recently for review. They’re more appropriate for this blog than my main book blog; I’m focusing on history and crime over there. You’ll have to excuse the use of US $ for the prices, I couldn’t find the UK £ prices.

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