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Weave the Liminal

Living Modern Traditional Witchcraft
Written by: Laura Tempest Zakroff
Narrated by: Emily Beresford
Length: 7 hrs and 43 mins
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How does a modern witch embrace tradition while navigating a complex contemporary life? How can you remain true to your own authenticity when you're surrounded by a whole world of magical theories, practices, deities, and paths?  

Weave the Liminal explores what it means to truly be a witch in the modern world. Through the accessible lens of modern traditional witchcraft, Laura Tempest Zakroff helps you formulate a personalized witchcraft practice and deepen your work with spirits, ancestors, familiars, and the energies of the liminal realm. 

This audiobook is a guide to connecting to your deepest feelings and intuitions about your roots, your sense of time, the sources of your inspiration, and the environments in which you live. It supports your experience of spellcrafting and ritual and teaches you about metaphysical topics like working with lunar correspondences and creating sacred space. Discover valuable insights into practical issues such as teachers, covens, oaths, and doing business as a witch.  

Modern traditional witchcraft is a path of self-discovery through experience. Let Weave the Liminal be your guide and companion as you explore the craft and continue evolving the rich pattern of your magical life.

©2019 Laura Tempest Zakroff (P)2019 Tantor

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  • KyQiMama
  • 2019-04-19

narration is excruciating

please try the sample before buying. I waited for this title to come out for so long and immediately bought it. when I began to listen I couldn't believe my ears. I couldn't focus on the content at all due to the over dramatized over exaggerated annunciation. I love the author... wrong choice in narrator.

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  • Michelle
  • 2019-09-10

Narration doesn't match material

I know the author personally and I feel like the over dramatic reading of her material served as an injustice to her work. The narrator read it as a dramatic horror fiction which was super distracting and immediately took me out of the material. If it was just toned down a bit it would've been fine.
It is also my understanding that the author had no say in who narrated the book? I think that is very poor business practice and client relations.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2019-08-19

Good book - Narration wasn't my favorite.

I enjoyed the content of this book for the most part, but I found myself only able to listen to it for short periods of time due to the narration style. I'm not trying to be mean, but the narrator's way of reading the book made the words sound more condescending than they probably meant to be. I also just didn't like the narrator's speaking style - it was too, i don't know how to explain this, maybe dramatic? This was hard to listen to, and I generally enjoy audiobooks. I probably should have bought this as a physical book instead.

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  • Kayla McGehee
  • 2019-10-20

This woman's voice is TERRIBLE for audiobooks...

I am so sad that I can't get into this book. Her voice is like nails on a chalkboard. while I'm sure she's a lovely person, I can't listen to it and therefore have wasted a credit :(

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  • Celia
  • 2019-07-30

More like listening to an Opinions column

I was drawn to the title and having some familiarity with Zakroff's work, I was fully expecting this to be one of my keepers; a solid go-to that I would reference regularly but that was not the case for me. The reviews are stellar, and while I did listen to a sample, I was hoping the narrator's tone would warm up but it never did. There's a disconnect in Zakroff's somewhat nonchalant point of view and Beresford's formal, "news reporter" tone.

I will say that I love the undercurrent of this book: There are no rules in modern witchcraft. Do what feels right for you, knowing there is no one right or true to way to this path. I think of some of the early days of the rising magic/witchcraft/pagan/wicca movement where books that prescribed exact words,rituals or initiations were not only the norm but the expectation from readers hoping to "do it right". But, those days are over...finally..,and this book gives you the permission you (think) you need to just make your own way. For that, I thank Zakroff.

Still, the disconnect of her words and the narrator's tone is too much to overlook. As was the feeling like I just read someone's personal blog filled with her opinions of the subject as well as her pet peeves and other things that she thinks are ridiculous. I suppose if you're completely unfamiliar with witchcraft, this is a good beginner's entry into the existing attitudes within the path, but don't rely on it to provide the fundamentals. Some would argue that's the point of this book, but it still feels like having to listen to a lot of talking without the benefit of learning.

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  • Lawton two crows
  • 2020-01-23

not easy to listen too,

little actual information unless your interested in her past words if wisdom from her farther to be honest I couldn't get past the the third chapter

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  • Jeni M
  • 2020-07-09

Can't get past the readers voice

I will have to read this one....it's a book on witchcraft and she is reading it like it is a soap opera drama! I slowed her voice down to 85% and it's a lil better. But, sorry, this one I recommend you just read the book.

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  • chris
  • 2020-02-04

Not for me

Perhaps I could have enjoyed the book if the narrator did not sound as if she was reading to kindergartners. Also the Author repeats herself continuously throughout the book. I found it mighty annoying. I did not get much out of any of the information.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2020-04-02

LOVE AND LIGHT!

Finished quickly and was sad it ended, totally looking for more!! LOVED IT!! ANGELA HILL🌙

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  • timo
  • 2020-03-14

This is more of a memoir

Filled with personal associations and correspondences, this book, to me, is a musing but not an inspiration. A little self satisfied. The narration performance was about as affected as one can be without being ironic. It was unbearable.