Zodiac Guide to Successful Relationships and Careers

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    This fascinating book is an astrology guide - but it is not about foretelling your future. Much more practically, it is about understanding your own astrological strengths and weaknesses - those your stars have given you - so that you can make wise, long-term decisions about the career, the friends and the partners you were born for. It covers more than 800 professions and gives details of the star signs and matching traits of hundreds of household names, from Mohammed Ali to Catherine Zeta Jones. It is based on research involving more than 24,000 people. With it, you can begin to match your own stars to your key choices in life.

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    Number of Pages: 480
    Format(s): Paperback - ISBN: 9781861512024
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    Listed in: Self-help & personal development, Star signs & horoscopes
    Publisher: Memoirs Publishing

    Books by Y Kwan Loo

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    RRP: £15.50

    Total: £13.42

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