February 1, 2006
Tarot Journaling: Using the Celtic Cross to Unveil Your Hidden Story
By Corrine Kenner
Publisher: Llewellyn Publications (January 2006)
Pages: 172 - Price: $12.95
Review by Lee Prosser - firstname.lastname@example.org
This is an interesting tarot book. The purpose of the book is to tell the story of your life in a new way! A list of tarot key words, bibliography, and forms/templates comes with the material.
Ten chapters give the reader a prime opportunity to understand his or her life through the use of tarot. Topics include what covers you, what crosses you, what crowns you, what grounds you, what lies behind you, what lies before you, your self, your house, your hopes and fears, and what will come. It is a well-crafted nonfiction work, and it is entertaining reading.
There are five appendix sections which are clear and detailed. One topic covered is on how to conduct a tarot card reading.
Corrine Kenner is one of the leading tarot experts, and this book highlights her gifts as a teacher, and mistress of the art of tarot. For those interested in the unusual, this book provides much information on aspects of tarot not often seen.
For those interested in tarot, this is highly recommended reading. Lucid and concise, Corrine Kenner's book on the tarot will give many hours of enjoyable learning in regard to tarot. Nicely done!
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