“A Spell a Day: For Health, Wealth, Love, and More” By Cassandra Eason Review

Need money? Want more amour? Whatever your hearts desire, Cassandra Eason has a spell for it. Her fun, comprehensive compendium takes you through the year, with just the right magic to help make you prosperous, lucky, loved, and full of life. With its easy-to-use instructions and engaging, accessible design, its a must for anyone hoping to make dreams come true

For the record I bought this book on Ebay very long ago, (2015) back when I was 13 years old and interested in witchcraft and supernatural stuff. But along the way something happened and I’m very skeptical person now. With that being said lets get into the review.

As you might expect this book is nothing but “spells” which will help you get rich, turn into werewolf, find love, turn into vampire and other not so clever things which can’t happen by just lighting candles and saying some words in the woods. 

I can’t say much about these so-called spells because I don’t know who people review spells but if any of you know that please let me know.

After going doing my research on Goodreads about this book I found out that most of the people who have read this book liked it but I didn’t.

The language in this book was pretty simple but some explanations were really hard to understand. It might be something to do with English being my second language but yet again I never read any spells before this book.

As I’ve said above I’m very skeptical person when it comes to everything out of the ordinary and magic is one of these things Im very skeptical towards. And this person didn’t do a good job at conniving me that magic is real.

For the most part it felt like a textbook from the Hogwarts which have been removed from the use. And it wasn’t even good enough for Hogwarts because it felt like it was trying way to hard to look like something from Hogwarts but not fitting. 

I give this book 1 / 5

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