Top critical review
STOP! Don't buy this. Get the second edition instead!
Reviewed in the United States on April 9, 2019
First, let me say this is a useful book for a writer (The Emotional Wound Thesaurus being another) . However, with only 75 emotions listed, it is far from comprehensive. The good news: there is a second edition that increases the total to 130 emotions. The bad news: this first edition is still being sold and is listed first on Amazon, so unless you know about the second edition you could end up purching the inferior version and only find out about the other one after you have spent your money. So... pleased that I have some great insight into ways to describe 75 emotions felt by my character; pissed off that I'm missing out on the remaining 55. If they don't stop selling the first edition they should at least update the info to include a notice, in big bold wording, that a more thorough second edition exists (with perhaps a link to its page)