As much as I rever Liz Greene and the amazing seminal work she has done in astrology in the last two decades, I do not believe this, her latest book, is her finest hour. Still, you have to give it to anyone who would approach the ultimte irrational planet with the rational. I found the book especially helpful for interpreting the way Neptune-ruled individuals fall desperately and hopelessly in love with an unattainable object ... and with little hope of redemption. Without this understanding, you might just think they were masochistic. I recall a member of one of my classes who was ecstatic to have found his soul mate. The rest of the class was curious to discover he had not seen her for over 10 years. Well, read this book and find out why Neptunians don't need a body to fall in love.
I found this Greene book to be a bit tedious. It's filled with great information and explores the byways of Neptune in a way that's almost too exhaustive. It's a Neptunian experience to read it. I found it valuable to just open the book anywhere and read from there at times. It brought more Neptune into play! Overall, any of Liz Greene's works belong in the library of the serious Western astrology student.