Well considering that this book is written with the purpose of defend Christianity from Wicca already says a lot. This is not a book that really seeks to understand Wicca it’s a book that seeks to do whatever it takes to keep people’s eyes on Christianity. I don’t need to comment on the purpose or intentions here, that’s up to you, but as far as this book is written there are many incongruent arguments here that make the whole premise seem shaky. Whether you are into witchcraft or not this book comes across as propaganda. Of course if that's what you're looking for then it could be seen as being well written.