So is it any good?
a lot to see on this site, and you can probably draw your own
conclusion from here as to whether or not this deck's for you.
But if you like to be convinced, you can either do a google.com
search to find whatever reviews pop up (that seems pretty fair)
or I'll link off here to reviews I know are good, and hope you
fall for that. Ha ha!
obvious place to look is Amazon where
the deck has had over 50 user-reviews and is still managing
to keep a 5-star average rating. Yay me!
at Aeclectic Tarot, the most popular tarot discussion
board in the world I believe, gave me 5 stars. Could just be
because I'm a fellow Australian though:
from the Association for Tarot Studies said nice things
about it too in his detailed discussion in their April 2004
Newsletter, available as a downloadable pdf from:
Boyer, the New Age host from Bella Online said good things
as well though, and she's not an Aussie...
Tarot Host there, June Kaminski, liked it also:
then the lovely Nellie from Tarot Insights was very kind
too. My publisher's bribe must have worked ;)
at Amazon in various countries and Barnes & Noble
also seem to like it. They say it's good to read with and that
with the pretty packaging and spangly gilt edges, it's a bit
of a bargain. You'll find all those with the Google link above,
or from the links to the right (manipulative
subliminal plug there).
much-respected Diane Wilkes of Tarot Passages has done
a very thorough review, calling my deck possibly the most important
mainstream deck release of the year:
called Margaret wrote a very nice review based on the digital
a kind woman named Bonnie at the World Tarot Network did this
me know if you know of any other reviews. I'm a bit of a cry-baby,
so if it's a bad review I'll throw a big sulk, but then might
link to it anyway out of some masochistic sense of "Fair
Comment". We Aussies are weird like that.
A negative review, if you can call someone's anonymous Blog
and then this esteemed tarot expert absolutely hates it, and
in fact accuses the publishers of abusing Chinese children in
it's production (in some odd contradictory explanation of why
it's so inexpensive when he also states that both my and US
Games main intention is to make money out of Golden Tarot):