I have a large library of palmistry books, and seldom buy a new one nowadays, as most of them are rehashes of older books. Consequently, I was delighted and surprised to discover "Runic Palmistry", which looks at the subject in a completely different way. The author writes well, and includes some delightful anecdotes to help illustrate the different points he wishes to make. The book is a joy to read, and easy to learn from. It's exactly as if Mr St. Germain was sitting down with you talking about runic palmistry. I found it fascinating, informative, and unputdownable. The author will not remember me, but many years ago he read my palm. Afterwards I told him he should write a book as he was so incredibly accurate in everything he told me. I am thrilled that he has finally done it. If you are even remotely interested in palmistry, or want to learn about a little-known system that is incredibly insightful, you need this book. I will be referring to this book often, along with the classic texts of William Benham, Fred Gettings, Ron Martin and Richard Webster.
Runic Palmistry by Jon Saint-Germain If you have a serious interest in palmistry, that most charming way of giving a person a reading, this is a book you should read. Jon learned the art at his grandmother's knee. Between his Nordic background and with his grandmother's help, he learned this ancient method of reading palms. You won't find this in any of the pop books on palmistry. He shares his knowledge with you in a book that is not only easy to understand, but a fascinating history. The many illustrations make everything clear. I have Runic Palmistry next to my collection of Richard Webster's and Ron Martin's books on palmistry, and that is very good company. Highly recommended. Carl Herron of The Path Review