Toil & Trouble


Augusten Burroughs returns to the forefront of the memoir genre with this eye-opening book into the world of witchcraft and the “magick” that has permeated his life since childhood. If you thought his book Running With Scissors was unbelievable, then hold on to your hats because reading is believing. It’s a fascinating look at what it means to be a witch in modern society as he describes spells he has cast, coincidences that are more than just that, and the art of persuasion through the use of his craft. The suspension of disbelief is mandatory for this entertaining and educational read that he has conjured up.

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