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Sun Sign, Moon Sign: Discover the Personality Secrets of the 144 Sun-moon Combinations

By (author) Charles Harvey, By (author) Suzi Harvey

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This book provides a remarkably revealing picture of your total personality, by going beyond the simple twelve Sun signs and combining them with the twelve Moon signs. Sun Sign, Moon Sign gives you a deeper insight into your own-and your friends' and family's-true personality, and leaves you truly astounded at just how accurate astrology can be! Contents: Find your Sun and Moon signs instantly with the easy-to-use tables. / Learn the characteristics of each of the 144 Sun-Moon combinations. / How the different Sun-Moon personalities behave in love, and their greatest strengths and weaknesses. / Discover the personality secrets of your friends and family. / Analysis of the Sun-Moon personalities of famous people.

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Normally shipped | Available from overseas. Dispatched in aprox 4-8 weeks as local supplier is out of stock
Publisher | HarperCollins Publishers
Published date | 1 Dec 2003
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Format | Paperback
Pages | 576
Dimensions | 197 x 130 x 38mm (L x W x H)
Weight | 448g
ISBN | 978-0-0071-6564-3
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BISAC | body, mind & spirit / astrology / general


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