I read the reviews below and hoped for the same experience. I have had my oracle for 2 years now and it hasn't given me an accurate reading ever. This is not to diss the book, but to let you know that not everyone will have wonderful results with it, so expect nothing. It is also slightly influenced by Wiccan beliefs, so if this bugs you, it probably isn't the book for you.
I really liked this. *Celtic Oracles* works a lot like the I Ching; you throw coins, and based on how many heads and tails you get, the book directs you to a specific message. Unlike the I Ching, though, the messages are all based on Celtic archetypes and symbols, like "Hag the Initiator", "The Wondrous Child", "Sacred Wells", and so on. Each message is illustrated with a pretty black-and-white drawing, and contains a lot of background about the symbol or archetype. Then it tells you what the symbol means in terms of the reading. *Celtic Oracles* has a feminist slant, just for your information. It also acknowledges both Christianity and Paganism. Coming from either point of view, anyone interested in applying Celtic archetypes to her/his life will enjoy this.