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The Secret Language of Birthdays: Your Complete Personology Guide for Each Day of the Year

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The Secret Language of Birthdays by Gary Goldschneider, Joost Elffers
Paperback, 832 pages
Published October 31st 2013 by Avery
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Lyric
Nov 03, 2015 Lyric rated it really liked it
This book has been a fund read, and very intriguing. It provides interesting insight into the personalities associated with each birthday. I especially like how in-depth the author speaks about cusp signs. Fascinating read!
Fishface
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Shelves: astrology
A fun read. My page in the book describes me suprisingly well, too.
Erica N
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On point.
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Nov 10, 2016 Veronica Cepellos rated it it was amazing
Shelves: fluff
For someone who is usually relatively skeptical about the accuracy of astrology, this book seemed to have an uncanny ability to describe the personalities, strengths, and flaws of people born on specific days. The descriptions are varied, specific, and offer real insight into an individual's struggles and motivations. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone even remotely interested in astrology (even the person who just glances at their horoscope in the newspaper from time to time).
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Nov 19, 2016 Aubrey rated it really liked it
I really enjoyed this book, it was an interesting read that I felt was very informative and accurate.
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This is the perfect coffee table book! We have had fun looking up birthdays with several guests and laughing about the accuracy of the information. I've even bought it as a gift for a few friends who loved it at our house.
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Gary began his extensive career in the public eye with weekly performances on WCAU radio’s Children’s Hour at the tender age of two. Reciting Keats, Shelley, Wordsworth and other famous poets, he later did scripts and commercials which laid the foundation for public speaking and college lecturing later in life.

At seven, he began his piano study with David Sokoloff in Philadelphia. As a concert pi
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