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Review: 365 Tarot Spreads by Sasha Graham

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365 Tarot Spreads by Sasha Graham
 Release Date: May 8, 2014
Publisher: Llewellyn Publications; 384 pages
For many cartomancers, tarot is a hallowed daily practice. Now you can navigate important life choices every day, all year with 365 Tarot Spreads. Featuring spreads for multi-cultural traditions, holidays, rituals, lore, and magic, this daily guide explores a tarot quest for every occasion and helps you discern answers to any question with interesting and magical results. Use 365 Tarot Spreads year after year with spreads falling on every possible calendar date. Each one is based on an important historical, magical, or fascinating occurrence on that particular date in history. This daily guide is concerned with the essential journey to find truth and answers, rooted in every spread with topics from love and money to career and life path. With an explanation of each spread and questions to focus on while reading, you'll achieve your quest for answers every day.

Hi guys! Today I'm going to be reviewing 365 Tarot Spreads by Sasha Graham. Special thanks to Llewellyn Publications via Netgalley for letting me read/review this early!

The cover is nice, as it shows some tarot cards, I like the simplicity - although you can't really say that tarot cards are simple as they are so complex, each and every card has a special meaning and message.

I really loved the layout of the book. This goes through a different tarot spread for each day of the year. It's jam-packed with lots of information on what happened historically, religiously etc of every day. There's a lot of information that is neat to know, but I never knew! There are lots of spreads that are brand new. There are ones that are familiar to readers, variations on crosses and things like that, but there are some cool new ones that I can't wait to look at. The ARC of this didn't show all the spreads, it only gave a smattering of them, but I'm sure each and every day is new and exciting.

I'm very impressed with this book, and I'll likely be buying it when it becomes available. I don't feel that I'm at a professional level when it comes to reading tarot cards, but with this book I'm convinced that even the novice will progress quite beautifully since this book allows a daily practice to be conducted without it getting boring or repetitive.

I recommend this for anyone who has a love for Tarot, or anyone that wishes to become a more advanced reader.

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