Whispering Tarot review by Nisaba Merrieweather
Not long ago I received my copy of the Whispering Tarot by Elizabeth Hazel. Self-published in a signed limited edition, I am quite happy with the outer presentation. Both book and deck are signed: my deck is also numbered, 548. There is one title card and a second title-like card for the number and signature, with the number also occurring on the solidly-constructed azure box the deck is held in. There is no LWB, which as far as I'm concerned is no great loss, frankly. The deck is playing-card size, better than most Tarot decks for ease of shuffling, but almost as hard on the eyes as a miniature deck - it's exactly twice the size of the miniature Rider-Waite.
The accompanying book is printed under a similar azure cover featuring a much larger-than-lifesize print of The World. Sig... read all reviews
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