The Tarot Companion by Liz Dean – Book Review

Another ARC title from Netgalley!
Very informational, easy to understand with pictures too!

I’ve always wanted to learn how to read Tarot cards, some of the previous reads I’ve picked up weren’t the best at explaining the process to a layman. After this, I feel confident enough to try it on my own.

The Tarot Companion: A Portable Guide to Reading the Cards for Yourself and Others

The Tarot Companion: A Portable Guide to Reading the Cards for Yourself and Others

Tarot-reading is one of the oldest esoteric practices. Lore has it that the art of reading tarot cards has existed for over 600 years. What is tarot fact and fiction has been lost with the passage of time. Yet tarot is more popular than ever in our modern society, because the cards speak to our most instinctual and primal selves through their stories, meanings, and symbols.

The Tarot Companion reveals the messages and mystery of the cards. This beautiful and accessible little volume lets you quickly and accurately use the cards to reveal an inner truth, gain insight into a pressing question, or divine what may unfold in your life.

About the Author

Liz DeanLiz Dean


Newcastle upon Tyne, The United Kingdom 




I’m an author and an intuitive, writing primarily about tarot, creativity and manifesting. My latest project, HBO’s Game of Thrones Tarot, was published in March 2018, along with The Ultimate Guide to Divination in April. I practise and teach tarot at Psychic Sisters within Selfridges, London; Crystal Moon Emporium in Sunderland, Tyne and Wear; and privately, via Skype. This August, 3-5, I teach at The Omega Institute in Rhinebeck, New York.

My background is in illustrated book publishing, commissioning authors (so I know what it’s iike to be on both sides of the industry); and I co-edited Kindred Spirit magazine for a year or two. I’ve also worked as a copy-writer for publishers and the BBC, and work as a ghostwriter.

I hope you enjoy my books and I look forward to hearing from you.

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