- Paperback: 368 pages
- Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education; New, Expanded edition (16 October 1994)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0809235668
- ISBN-13: 978-0809235667
- Product Dimensions: 22.4 x 2.5 x 27.4 cm
- Customer Reviews: 154 customer ratings
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,28,327 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Handwriting Analysis: Putting It to Work for You Paperback – Illustrated, 16 October 1994
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Everybody who is interested in graphology and doesn't seek a theoretical book should reed and enjoy this one. It was written 20 years ago but is still applicable and the best one I know so far.
Also, I was quite surprised by how big this book is when it first arrive. I didn't check the description for the size before and I thought its going to be like any other book. This is also the reason why I took one star off. It seems the example and the font used can be more compact. I felt all the size of the handwriting in example and description part can be shrunk closer to the normal handwriting size, not the oversized one. The book was written decades ago though but I don't think that's an excuse for doing that.
Other than that, I like the book, despite its controversy as a science--the book did great in confirming the reader that it has some scientific background, so its not totally like a complete pseudoscience.
In this well thought out and compelling introduction to graphology, McNichol covers each topic in a concise and entertaining way that drives home the common sense and logic underpinning this science. Readers are allowed to reach their own conclusions about each question she poses, before comparing it to the correct answer. McNichol also presents the handwritings of suspects from real past cases, where she identified the guilty parties by looking at their handwriting. Again, she allows readers to make their own deductions as to which one is the culprit, before checking the correct answer and the reasoning behind it.
“Handwriting Analysis-Putting It to Work for You” sparked my interest, and left me eager to learn more. It was the catalyst for my subsequent studies in beginning and advanced graphology, and for my eventually becoming a certified graphologist.
Those who are skeptical about the validity of handwriting analysis are likely to come away from this read surprised and intrigued, if not completely hooked by the direct and logical way in which Andrea McNichol builds her case for the accuracy of this effective people reading tool called graphology.