HotAIR - Book Review -- Feng Shui Books

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SCIENTIFICALLY PRINCIPLED REVIEW--
Clear Your Clutter With Feng Shui

Books so good that they can be reviewed sight unseen

Reviewed by Mansell P. Reckless, AIR staff


Clear Your Clutter With Feng Shui, by Karen Kingston (Broadway Books, ISBN 0767903595, 1999, 179 pages.

This book is so good that I feel confident in reviewing it without reading it. Feng shui, the ancient Chinese art of siting a building so that its doorway faces south, is here applied to office clutter. My recommendation: you will enjoy reading this book as much as I have.

Readers who enjoy not reading this book will also (if I am any judge) enjoy not reading a book by the incomparable (except in this review, where I implicitly compare her to Karen Kingston) Lillian Too.

 


Lillian Too's Easy-To-Use Feng Shui for Love, by Lillian Too (Collins & Brown, ISBN 1855857588, 2000, 168 pages.

This book is so good that I feel confident in reviewing it without reading it. Feng shui, the ancient Chinese art of siting a building so that its doorway faces south, is here applied to love. My recommendation: you will enjoy reading this book as much as I have.

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