Besides presenting Catherine’s thoughts on this new tarot deck, it’s a great example of a tarot review that gives me the flavor of a deck: it singles out cards that really drew Catherine’s attention or curiosity, shows pictures of them paired with descriptions from the book, and even devotes a section to the court cards. (I love that ‘twenties-style Queen of Pentacles!) The de rigeur reading ends up as an extra goodie, although it’s an excuse to peak at three more cards.
Sadly, nothing in these card previews prepared me for the fact that my oldest cat just interrupted my writing by urinating all over the edge of the area rug in my living room. I just spent a half-hour cleaning up thick rug and hardwood floor, and am hoping it will all dry safely. Perhaps I should keep in mind the Steampunk Tarot’s 3 of Hearts, a message that anything can be repaired. And that 6 of Cups for happy memories; as when my cats were better behaved. (It possibly happened because the youngest cat has been attacking her in the basement, where the food and litter boxes reside. ) Both of those cards are part of Catherine’s review.
At any rate, check out the deck review if you’re inclined. Here.