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Midpoints by Don McBroom
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Aug 29, 07

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Read in June, 2007

This is a pedestrian book with little new insight. I give 2 stars because the writing is clear and the author makes a genuine effort to present what he knows as cleanly and simply as possible. But, like many other astrology books, it repeats what has been said a hundred times in other places.

The other problem I see with this book is it is too dry. I think the author went for a "pragmatic" approach to discussing the midpoints and in doing so sacrificed much of the soul and magic inherent in the myriad ways in which midpoints can manifest. Worst of all, there is no mention of the best book on midpoints, "Working With Astrology" by Harvey and Harding. Five of the best pages of the latter (and there are many many best pages in this gem) is equal to 100 pages of McBroom's book.
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