Fiction books or novels with a theme based around Tarot.
'All Love Goes Before Me: Poems on the Sola Busca Tarot' is a journey through the major arcana on the symbolic pathways of poetry. 22 small poems accompany full-colour images of the 22 major arcana from the 15th century deck.
Fortune's Lover: A Book of Tarot Poems
Fortune's Lover: A Book of Tarot Poems is a small 42-page book that uses poetry to express the energy of tarot. The poems use the major arcana cards for inspiration.
Hieros Gamos: Benediction of the Tarot
Hieros Gamos: Benediction of the Tarot has 22 meditative poems on the sacred marriage and the meeting of opposites. Each poem is shown with a reproduction of one of the major arcana from the 1650 Jean Noblet Tarot.
'Pointing to my Heart: poetry journey through the Visconti-Sforza Tarot' is a whimsical and contemplative look at the cards of the 15th century deck. Twenty-two poems are presented side by side with their corresponding card images, shown unaltered and in their original state.
Powers and Patterns: poems from the Tarocchi de Mantegna is a volume from Stewart Warren linking poetry with tarot history. The book has full-colour illustrations of the 50 cards in the 15th century Mantegna deck accompanying the poems.
Sepulchre is the second fiction novel from Kate Mosse, the author of Labyrinth. This book is 'a tale of the past and the present, of history and mystery, held together by the presence of a mysterious Tarot deck'.
The Devil, the Lovers, and Me: My Life in Tarot
The Devil, the Lovers, and Me: My Life in Tarot is a fast-moving, immensely readable, and comedic autobiographic memoir that showcases the Tarot as a serious tool for personal growth and self-discovery.
The Last Troubadour: Song of Montsegur is a fiction novel set against the background of 13th century Europe, and combining humor, mystery and history. Tarot is an important part of the story - each major character is an archetype from the Tarot. The book is the first of a trilogy.
The Tarot of Perfection is a book of tarot tales by well-known tarot author, Rachel Pollack. Mixing tarot and fantasy, the esoteric and the imaginative, the stories are multi-layered and can be read over and over.