Book Reviews of Dream Dictionary

Dream Dictionary
Dream Dictionary
Author: Tony Crisp
ISBN-13: 9780517093313
ISBN-10: 0517093316
Publication Date: 6/19/1993
Pages: 432
  • Currently 4.4/5 Stars.

4.4 stars, based on 6 ratings
Publisher: Wings
Book Type: Hardcover
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Helpful Score: 2
This book is very easy to follow and jam packed with an interpretative a-z guide to your dreams. I found it useful and enjoyable. Keep it on your night table.
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Helpful Score: 1
This is the most acurate dream dictionary/book that I myself have ever found. I discovered that I have duplicate copies, or I would be keeping it.
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This is one the better dream interpreters out there. I'm keeping my own copy.
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This is a sweet guide to dreams in a dictionary style format. I found it to be very useful in interpretting dreams.
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This fascinating handbook will help you pursue these four easy steps to revealing your dreams:
1-Record your dream
2-Read the entry that best describes the opening scene
3-Look up other symbols and situations that occurred
4-Perceive what your dream actually means

Did you know...
- a dream can foreworn of future events
-dreams can help solve your problems, big and small
-revelatory dreams appear more common in men
-women dream more frequently during PMS
-sleepwalking occurs most often during adolescence
-you can control your dreams
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Did not like this dream dictionary, and have passed it on. It may just be me personally, but I did not find the explanations to be helpful at all.
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Good overall reference book. The cover don't do it justice. Topics are generalized though. For example, dreaming of a Wasp, is generalized to a bug.