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on Oct. 05, 2013 :
First, I don't believe in mystic. I actually like the idea of returning Tarot to what it was: card games, not a divination tools. But that's just me.... Regardless, the book has a short history of Tarot, card models and its possible meanings, and some divination techniques.
I love the too-short history chapter. But I really want to know why Tarot can't possibly originated from India. Or a little more background from Visconti-Sforza family. Or the three-letters, famous Tarot brand. The author has plenty of pictures however (so plain-text format is a BAD IDEA). Some pics may has questionable origins, like The Italian map.
Verdict? It'll help if you believe in, and want to learn about the Tarot divination. If you're like me, you'll bored after 3 or 4 chapters.
(reviewed long after purchase)