The Tarot Playbook: 78 Novel Ways to Connect with Your Cards - Lynda Cowles I give it a 4 cause I really loved a lot of the games in it and my copy is now dog-eared and filled with notes sticking out. I have a lot of exercises I will keep doing again.
It is not a 5 star cause there are things I would like to change about it.
First of all, the spine on that book is gonna break any day now, I wish they made it a spiral spine cause this book is made to be used - open with the tarot deck in your hands and right now it just snaps shut unless I weight it down with whatever heavy things I find close by.

The images are lovely, large and glossy - but really disconnected from both the cards and the exercises. I would have preferred less glossy paper and more room for notes myself.

There are just production flaws though and I blame them more on Schiffer then the author who did an excellent job in writing a fun and useful and very playful book with tips on how to get to know your tarot deck. Well done!