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Book Review:
Witches' Datebook 2005

Trade Paperback, 145 pages
Publisher: Llewellyn
Publication date: 2004
List: US$9.95, C$13.50
ISBN: 0738701424
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This year's issue of the Datebook contains everything you have come to expect -- a list of Full Moons, eclipses, Planetary Retrogrades, and Moon Void-of-Course Data and a short personal phone book, as well as the usual astronomical/astrological data for each day. The inclusion of recipes, illustrations, stories and such on the odd-numbered pages adds some spice to your reading.

There isn't a lot of room for notes, as each day only takes up about 5 square inches -- and half of that is often taken up with data already. Of course, this can be an incentive to keep your notes short and to the point.

The Datebook starts with a series of articles on everything from scrying to Stone Magic and Autumn Enchantments to cause and Effect.

One major plus for this book, as opposed to many of the other almanacs Llewellyn produces annually, is that it is spiral bound, so it is easy to lay it open and expect it to remain open. It is a bit more expensive than most of the almanacs, but I suspect that the spiral binding is responsible for that.

Reviewed by Mike Gleason

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