As homoeopathic prescribers know, Kent's Repertory has obvious flaws in certain areas. One such area concerns pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum period, which are very much under-presented. Dr. Soler-Medina's small, but important repertory is based on Kent's Final Repertory, the Synthetic Repertory and additional works. The footnote notation of many of the rubrics to the 22 plus authors listed in the bibliography testifies to his extensive research. Delusions and dreams related to pregnancy and parturition (pseudo-pregnancies) are also included. The book contains an introduction by the late Tomas Paschero. This handy pocket-size repertory should be especially welcomed by those homoeopaths intimately involved with the pregnant patient who desires a naturally effective approach to the experience of giving birth.