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What a frustrating, boring book :( The first six chapters were like listening to an old woman "gossiping" , just felt I wasn't getting solid knowledge from Steven Forrest book :( I will not buy anymore of his books :(
Melhor livro sobre Plutão que já li... o autor aborda a natureza astrológica do planeta de uma forma única. Não são aquelas receitas de bolo que se lê em livro de astrologia. É interessante tanto pra quem estuda astrologia, quanto pra quem tem influência forte de Plutão no mapa, como pessoas com muito escorpião no mapa e planetas na casa 8.
Very good analysis of Pluto both in the houses and the signs. A bit too much anecdotal descriptions of stories, which I found really superfluous to the concepts and many seemed quite contrived. Without all the anecdotal stories and maybe a bit more theoretical analysis I would rate this much more highly.
One of the best astrology books I have ever read - okay so I am partial to Pluto but Steven Forrest achieves a real master stroke of writing a book that both beginners and seasoned astrologers can delight in. I use this material a lot when I do chart readings. I highly recommend it.
L'autore non ha bisogno di presentazioni, e questo testo è eccellente come tutti gli altri suoi libri. Plutone viene scandagliato in profondità, in tutti i suoi aspetti utilizzando un linguaggio metaforico molto raffinato. Consigliatissimo !!!
Everything you ever wanted to know about Pluto, even though the powers that be have declassified it as a planet, still has a powerful influence on our lives long term. Forrest has covered most all aspects in an interesting manner.
I've no doubt Steven Forrest is a caring counselling astrologer, but I didn't get on with this book for a number of reasons. Firstly, its dissapointing to see astrologers are still writing/re-issuing books without references or indexes. Secondly its anecodotal style in an American idiom may not appeal to readers elsewhere. Thirdly, it will only appeal to those who are comortable associating dark with pain, oppression, negativity, and 'evil', and light with positivity, moral decency, and emotional/spiritual growth. Lastly, its probably too long. There may well be some gems in there, but they're buried beneath what felt like rather a lot of preachy waffle ('your high destiny...' 'your distorting wound...' etc), cookbook style. The best bit for me was the magazine article on the New Solar System, appended to this edition. I hope this helps you decide whether its for you. For me its definitely not 'THE book of Pluto'.