7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on 27 July 1998
I bought this book because I have the beautiful Connolly Tarot deck and I wanted a book with corresponding pictures and symbolism. It does indeed have pictures of the Connolly deck, and the descriptions provided for the minor arcana are great. There is indeed more information here on advanced readings than most people will need. HOWEVER, it does NOT include ANY details on the major arcana or any of the court cards. Apparently you are already supposed to know those, or it's assumed you already have the other Connolly books. This is probably an excellent book for the true Master, but it's not practical for day-to-day readings for the rest of us.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 10 May 2007
This book will not teach you what the cards mean. This is part 3 of Connolly's series on the Tarot. The series is excellent, but if you are new to the Tarot you should start with her Apprentice Book "Tarot - A New Handbook for the Apprentice", then do the Journeyman book.