Review: Rootwork – Using the folk magic of black America for love, money, and success
By Tayannah Lee McQuillar
Review by Kim Huggens
Rootwork (otherwise known as Hoodoo) is a subject that is quite difficult to find decent books about. A lot of the available literature is amateur and brief, giving the budding rootworker very little by way of intellectual resources. Sadly, ‘Rootwork’ by Tayannah Lee McQuilllar is a prime example of this.
Numbering 141 pages and split into three sections, it took me just under an hour to read, so at least it wasn’t too much of a waste of my time. Luckily the book is also written in an easy, simple and approachable style, so ‘Rootwork’ can be read without too much concentration. The three sections of the book are ‘Rootwork Basics’, ‘Elements of Rootwork’, and ‘Understanding Spells for Love, Money, and Success’.
(Via The Esoteric Book Review.)