The best book to read based on your zodiac sign

Humans have told stories forever. Humanity's best art form is literature. First people loved epics and handed them down orally.

The New York Post interviewed successful high school English teacher Marianne Streit to comprehend literature and celebrate National Book Month. We compiled the best astrology and zodiac books.


Tomi Adeyemi's "Children of Blood and Bone" suits Aries' daring. Zélie Adebola and her pals restore magic to her village in this first book of a trilogy. (two books are out at time of print).


This famous book's beautiful language, love, and wealth of East Egg's old-moneyed residents will make Taurus root for their favored lovers. Jay Gatsby's drive is admirable.


Dave Eggers' "The Circle" appeals to Gemini techies. "The Circle" captures the pros and cons of technology consumption in a firm that promotes its use to improve lives.


Cancers like Abbi Waxman's "The Bookish Life of Nina Hill". Nina Hill's life changes when her father dies and she learns she has many cousins.


R.P. McMurphy's wildness will appeal to Leos. Counterculture McMurphy defies Nurse Ratched. The anti-hero breaks ward rules to amuse himself and help inmates.


Virgos will like Fredrik Backman's "A Man Called Ove" figure, Ove. Ove, an older man, is set in his ways, so when he has to engage with his neighbors,


Libras love partnerships. W. Bruce Cameron's "A Dog's Purpose" fits them. The book chronicles a dog's reincarnations. This work improves dog ownership.


"Daughter of Bone and Smoke" follows Karou. A Prague art student with stunning blue hair that doesn't need dyeing, she's not average. Akiva helps Karou find herself.


Bill Bryson's "A Walk in the Woods" appeals to Sagittarius's interest, spontaneity, and adventure. Bryson's Appalachian Trail memoir will teach readers about the trail's past.


Wealth, power, and desire attract Capricorns. The Joseph Conrad story "Heart of Darkness" suits them. Despite being the quickest, this is the hardest to read.


Marianne's interview noted Alfred Lansing's "Endurance" and Ransom Riggs' "Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children."


Pisces wants "Graceling" by Kristin Chashore. Some graces benefit the realm more in a world where people have two different-colored eyes. Katsa—the protagonist—

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