I just wanted to mention for anyone who is a student of EA that Deva's book as mentioned in the title of this post is really helpful. I've been studying EA for 5 years and have been a practicing astrologer (full time) for 2. This book is invaluable along with her book on the Moon and nodes. I just want to convey this because in the past I really struggled to simplify without generalizing. I would either over generalize or go way deep and it wasnt beneficial if someone was getting a reading from me. Deva has this gift of simplification without generalizing. Even through her words in her books it teaches me how to do that with clients. It's so important to be able to communicate in a way that is beneficial to those who come and see me or any of us. Or else I might not be able to help if I can't communicate in an understandable way.
If you are someone who wants to convey the "meat and potatoes" to clients or just to have a more simplified but deep understanding of EA, I don't think you can go wrong with her books. Every time I pick them up it always makes me think of this and I felt compelled to share in case anyone else has had the same issues.
I also don't see her books talked about very often especially the one in the title of this post. It goes over the basics and then some. It helps with understanding the archetypes succinctly, in my opinion. I just thought I would share for those who are wanting to study EA or become an astrologer.