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In Focus Tarot: Your Personal Guide Hardcover – 1 Nov 2018
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About the Author
Born in London, Steven Bright has over twenty-three years of experience as a full-time tarot reader. Steven reads for clients around the world and has mentored countless students. A keen tarot blogger and tarot deck reviewer, his first published tarot deck and book was Spirit within Tarot. His website is tifarettarot.com.
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It’s difficult to give a complete assessment, because — by the author’s own acknowledgment — it’s a book to dip in and out of rather than read from beginning to end, which is what I did. Nevertheless, I found it both valuable and fascinating.
It’s very clearly set out in three sections. The first is a general introduction to what tarot is, what it isn’t (that’s important) and introduces the suits. It’s not long, but it’s clear and unfussy. The second section goes through the pack and explains every single one of the cards, and how they might be interpreted in general, in relation to a situation, and with regard to the individual doing the reading. The third covers some ways of setting out the cards (spreads) and how a reader might interpret them.
I’ve dipped into a couple of other books of this nature, and this is by far the most accessible of them. It also avoids the trap of giving so much information, in particular on the different spreads, that it becomes confusing. There’s detail where we need it — on the cards themselves — and useful and relevant examples elsewhere.
All in all, a book I can see myself going back to time and time again.
I received a copy of this book in return for an honest review.
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This is an impressing book. I have been searching for such a book to not only use in my moments of study or forgetfulness, but also to leave out on my coffee table for curious guests who need a concise, precise interpretation should they pull themselves a few cards. This is the type of reafreshing perspective that has been needed in the Tarot realm.. it reads well and is carefully optimistic. This is a book you can give to nearly anyone who may be curious or need an education about the constructive wonders and deep safety of Tarot.
Thank you a dozen times over, my friend. Excellent job! ☺️ This will be a book for the ages.