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Joie de Vivre Tarot Paperback – October 1, 2011
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"Beautiful to look at, fun to do readings with, and insightful in its imagery, this would be a good starter deck for those new to tarot, as well as a joyful addition for serious students of the tarot." - TarotWise
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simple and accurate for reading. The tiny tales in the booklet unleash the characters roles and symbols they hold,
for a simple understanding and overall parallel look at the situation or interpretation at hand. The infinite detail involved,
in the drawings of these mystical beings that I feel revealed themselves through Paulina, can be contacted as guides.
As a beginner, I have no problem with this deck of cards, in fact, I hold them dear to my heart. My very first two readings
were so accurate and I could see the entire scenario create itself before me. This is a great little birthday present for myself.
Another reviewer mentioned that the cards have copyrights printed on each card. Oh my gosh, the copyright is printed so so tiny! On my deck, anyway... My cards arrived today and I thought they must have eliminated the copyright from the cards because I didn't see them at all...until I looked really really really really close. I don't think anyone should let that concern keep them from buying this deck if they are drawn to it.
The box, as others have said, is extremely flimsy. Mine was kept safely together with shrink wrap and the cards themselves were wrapped tightly in their own plastic wrapper inside the box. The box was a bit crushed because, in addition to being flimsy, it is a bit larger than the cards and book held inside. I read elsewhere that the cheap box is probably what kept the price down on the cards. If that's the case, I personally don't mind at all. I usually move my cards to a pouch anyway.
The cards themselves were in great shape. Super slick and shiny, as others have noted. I remember my first Rider-Waite deck feeling that way when they were brand new and they eventually got "broken in" with handling. Do be careful while shuffling.
Overall, just love this deck so far. I am switching from the Victoria Regina deck and this is the first that seemed to come close in the depth of detailing I personally need for intuitive readings. At least it looked that way from the images on her website and now, with deck in hand, I am not at all disappointed! Look forward to reading with them.