If you thought tarot was all about predicting the future, think again. Jen Cownie and Fiona Lensvelt reveal the here-and-now problems it can tackle.
― You Magazine
A deeply humane exploration of tarot awash with cultural references, humour and stories. A thoroughly modern (and welcome) reinvigoration of the tarot handbook.
- Sinéad Gleeson, author of Constellations: Reflections from Life
An indispensable guide to the tarot for both the seasoned reader and the novice. Up there with 78 Degrees of Wisdom, but with its own brand of no-nonsense expertise and guidance, as well as being beautifully illustrated, it's a classic for a new generation and a fun, friendly companion on anyone's tarot journey. I loved it.
-- Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett, author of The Tyranny of Lost Things
This book is refreshingly original and yet respectful to the ancient art of Tarot too. I love it, it's superb. Now when I have readings or try my own I can discern a Fool from the Empress with ease . . . Authentic and rebellious!
-- Carolyne Faulkner, author of The Signs and founder of Dynamic Astrology
The perfect guide for anyone looking to incorporate and distill the wisdom of tarot into their life. A beautiful and fascinating guide.
- Sarah Crosby (@TheMindGeek), author of Five Minute Therapy
I absolutely adored Wild Card - it is precisely the sane, wise, welcoming, inclusive, beautiful and sensitive introduction to the cards I needed when I was learning, and it is going straight to the top of my recommended tarot books. I loved it in every particular, and will be pressing it on every tarot learner I can find
-- Alice Tarbuck, author of A Spell in the Wild
A tarot reading guide for people who aren't wholly sure that they are witchy enough to be into tarot. It's just the right balance of cosmic mystery and straight talking sense. -
- Caroline O'Donoghue, author of All Our Hidden Gifts
A beautiful, playful, intriguing book. -- Nina Stibbe, author of Love, Nina and Reasons to be Cheerful
--This text refers to the hardcover edition.