I see fire in the distance; Red, hot flames that stand against the strongest of forces. Yes, my friend, Aries season is upon us all! Our friends of the fire element, the sign of the ram. They go for things head on and don’t hold back. An Aries friend will never leave you or lie to you. They will tell it like it is and will be confident in how they tell you. So, let’s see what this fierce sign has in stow for it’s book list, shall we?

The Perfect Book Recommendations for Aries!

1.  Heart of Flames by Nicki Pau Preto

Veronyka finally got her wish to join the Riders, but while she’s supposed to be in training, all she really wants to do is fly out to defend the villages of Pyra from the advancing empire. Tristan has been promoted to Master Rider, but he has very different ideas about the best way to protect their people than his father, the commander. Sev has been sent to spy on the empire, but maintaining his cover may force him to fight on the wrong side of the war. And Veronyka’s sister, Val, is determined to regain the empire she lost—even if it means inciting the war herself. This book has heart (it’s in the title), and shows just how far somone will go for something if they really want it. Our Aries peeps will connect with Veronyka by understanding that if you’re going to do something, do it with all your heart.

2. An Enchantment of Ravens by Margaret Rogerson

Isobel is an artistic prodigy with a dangerous set of clients: the sinister fair folk, immortal creatures who cannot bake bread or put a pen to paper without crumbling to dust. They crave human Craft with a terrible thirst, and Isobel’s paintings are highly prized. But when she receives her first royal patron—Rook, the autumn prince—she makes a terrible mistake. She paints mortal sorrow in his eyes—a weakness that could cost him his life. Our Aries friends don’t always love to show their sensitive side (don’t be fooled, they definitely have one), they try to look at things in the practical sense but sometimes, like Rook, you can catch their real feeling about something if you truly look into their eyes.

3. We Are the Wildcats by Siobhan Vivian

Tomorrow, the Wildcat varsity field hockey squad will play the first game of their new season. But at tonight’s team sleepover, the girls are all about forging the bonds of trust, loyalty, and friendship necessary to win. If loyalty and trust are not at an Aries’ core, are they even an Aries? Teams are nothing without loyalty, so in a way, our Aries’ peeps are our little teams. Once you’re in their circle, they will do anything for you and be there through all of the ups and downs. They are the ones who glue your circle together and probably the ones who started it in the first place.

4. SLAY by Brittney Morris

By day, seventeen-year-old Kiera Johnson is an honors student, a math tutor, and one of the only Black kids at Jefferson Academy. But at home, she joins hundreds of thousands of Black gamers who duel worldwide as Nubian personas in the secret multiplayer online role-playing card game, SLAY. Then tensions run high and Kiera has to keep up with her secret identity but also understand her true self and realize she should never apologize for who she is. Aries will appreciate this lesson. They never pretend to be something they are not and understand being themselves is more important than anything.

5. When We Were Magic by Sarah Gailey

Alexis has always been able to rely on two things: her best friends, and the magic powers they all share. Their secret is what brought them together, and their love for each other is unshakeable—even when that love is complicated. Complicated by problems like jealousy, or insecurity, or lust. Or love. Remember how I said loyalty was crucial for our Aries’, well here you have it. This book shows loyalty like no other. This girl squad IS truly magic!

6. The Lady Rogue by Jenn Bennett

Traveling with her treasure-hunting father has always been a dream for Theodora. She’s read every book in his library, has an impressive knowledge of the world’s most sought-after relics, and has all the ambition in the world. What she doesn’t have is her father’s permission. That honor goes to her father’s nineteen-year-old protégé—and once-upon-a-time love of Theodora’s life—Huck Gallagher, while Theodora is left to sit alone in her hotel in Istanbul. That is until something happens to Theodora’s father and she has to help Huck save him. Aries’ don’t always do well with orders from other people to stay put. Yet, that’s a good thing because they are confident in their abilities to do anything. If they think they can, then by all means, they can and they will! Don’t try to stop, them trust me it’s a waste of time.

7. Queen of Air and Darkness by Cassandra Clare

Forbidden love and magic! Again, Aries are probably the most loyal of the Zodiac signs. They will do anything for the ones they love, even risk (if the chance was presented) completely destroying a world and society for it. The best friend/lover of your life who will walk to the ends of the earth or drive in the pouring rain for two hours to come and pick you up…that will probably be an Aries friend!


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Elements, yes! Not like the periodic table but like what your astrological sign falls under. Let’s break it down. There are four elements: fire, earth, air, and water. Your star sign falls into one of those based on traits and qualities you posses, so like, of course we have to compare it to the books you’re into, it only makes sense. So let’s see what the elements are telling us:

What is Your Element Telling You to Read?

Fire Signs:

If you are an Aries, Leo, or Sagittarius, then you my friend are FIRE! You tell it like it is, you do not break easily and you will literally do anything but put yourself down. You are confident and like the red hot flames themselves, you will burn whatever stands in your path to greatness. In each of these books, the protagonists are strong and resilient. In Crown of Feathers, Veronyka stops at nothing to be a warrior. Nina from Slayer doesn’t think she has what it takes but soon realizes her potential, and in When We Were Magic, there is so much girl power, you’ll be more empowered to do anything after reading it!

1. Crown of Feathers by Nicki Pau Preto

An Ember in the Ashes meets Three Dark Crowns in this lush debut fantasy novel about a girl who disguises herself as a boy to join a secret group of warriors that ride phoenixes into battle.

2. When We Were Magic by Sarah Gailey

Alexis has always been able to rely on two things: her best friends, and the magic powers they all share. Their secret is what brought them together, and their love for each other is unshakeable—even when that love is complicated. Complicated by problems like jealousy, or insecurity, or lust. Or love.

3. Slayer by Kiersten White

From bestselling author Kiersten White comes the first novel in a series set in the world of Buffy the Vampire Slayer that introduces a new Slayer as she grapples with the responsibility of managing her incredible powers that she’s just beginning to understand.


Earth Signs:

Taurus, Virgo, and Capricorns are our Earth dwellers! Just like the solid ground, they too are hard to move. Trust me, if you are running a debate or are about to go on a biting, long journey. Invite an someone who is under the Earth element. Once they believe in something there is no changing their mind and once they are on your side, they will stay. Loyalty is their language.

1.  Chain of Gold by Cassandra Clare

The first novel in a brand-new trilogy where evil hides in plain sight and love cuts deeper than any blade. Chain of Gold is a Shadowhunters novel. Gold IS an Earth element so not only does the next Shadowhunters book have the same characteristics but the intensity is also something our earthies live for.


2. Stay Sweet by Siobhan Vivian

Stay Sweet by Siobhan Vivian

From the author of The Last Boy and Girl in the World and The List comes a bold and sweet summer read about first love, feminism, and ice cream. In Stay Sweet, Ameila stands her ground, despite all the changes her beloved ice cream stand is going through. Just because Grady, the late owner’s grand-nephew, is technically now in charge doesn’t stop Amelia. She’s determined to keep what’s important alive.

3. Tradition by Brendan Kiely

From New York Times bestselling and award-winning author Brendan Kiely, a stunning novel that explores the insidious nature of tradition at a prestigious boarding school. This book breaks down so many important messages and is truly a message of how to break down walls to fight for what is right.


Air Signs:

Whooooooosh, here they come! Gemini, Libra, Aquarius. The signs that KNOW how to have a good time. The wind can go in all different directions, catch any sort of thing it passes, and has the ability to change in a second. Well, that is literally the qualities of these star signs. Geminis LOVE to talk, it doesn’t matter whom with, like the wind, they go with the flow and let the convo go where it must. Libras are very indecisive, like the wind, their minds go everywhere, they see the good and the bad in everything and are literal professionals at pros and con lists. Then the Aquarius, one of the smartest signs there is, they have some true strength that could knock down any debate you throw their way, a tornado of knowledge.

1. Permanent Record by Mary H. K. Choi

On paper, college dropout Pablo Rind doesn’t have a whole lot going for him. His graveyard shift at a twenty-four-hour deli in Brooklyn is a struggle.

Pop juggernaut Leanna Smart has enough social media followers to populate whole continents. The brand is unstoppable. She graduated from child stardom to become an international icon. This book speaks to the air sign’s common characteristic of being spontaneous, they understand more than any of our elements, that sometimes things just happen and we have to flow with it. The people who come into our lives can surprise us and that’s what makes life interesting.

2. P.S. I Still Love You by Jenny Han

In the sequel of To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, Lara Jean has some BIG decisions to make. She didn’t expect to actually fall for Peter, but she did and now it’s far more than just pretending but then enter John Ambrose, the last boy to receive Lara Jean’s long lost love letter. Now, she has to choose, but as all air signs know, it’s so hard to make choices!

3. Since You’ve Been Gone by Morgan Matson

Before Sloane, Emily didn’t go to parties, she barely talked to guys, and she didn’t do anything crazy. Enter Sloane, social tornado and the best kind of best friend—someone who yanks you out of your shell. But right before what should have been an epic summer, Sloane just…disappears. There’s just a random to-do list with thirteen bizarre tasks that Emily would never try. But what if they can lead her to Sloane? Air signs have a habit of making one’s life crazy but in the best, most exciting kind of way. Sometimes you never see what they have coming for you but when it happens, you wouldn’t change a thing.


Water Signs:

Water is fluid and gentle. Well, Pieces, Cancers, and Scorpios definitely have traits of this majestic element! First off, all of our water signs can appreciate a good cry. They might not always like to admit it, but they love things that they can feel. Whatever they do, they do it with their hearts and they are probably some of the most loving people you will ever meet. Like the touch of rain drops on your bare skin, they are graceful at the core. All these books have one thing in common: they WILL (if not make you sob uncontrollably) touch your sensitive side.

1. A Heart in a Body in the World by Deb Caletti

Each step on Annabelle’s 2,700 mile cross-country run brings her closer to facing a trauma from her past in National Book Award finalist Deb Caletti’s novel about the heart, all the ways it breaks, and its journey to healing. Because sometimes against our will, against all odds, we go forward. Basically if you want to cry AND be empowered at the same exact time, this is your book, water signs.

2. Five Feet Apart by Rachael Lippincott

In this #1 New York Times bestselling novel that’s perfect for fans of John Green’s The Fault in Our Stars, two teens fall in love with just one minor complication—they can’t get within a few feet of each other without risking their lives. If life threatening love won’t make you tender, I honestly don’t know what will. Water signs will most appreciate the level of sentiment throughout this book. Warning: tissues needed!

3. Summer Bird Blue by Akemi Dawn Bowman

This is book is beautiful, lyrical, and heart wrenching! The main character Rumi must deal with life after her beloved sister, Lea, dies suddenly in a car crash. Rumi’s mother sends her away to Hawaii as she deals with her own grief. Though these islands teach Rumi something and she has to learn what she wants to become. Need I say more, water sign?


Want to know what your specific star sign is telling you to read? Check out The Books Your Zodiac Sign is Telling You To Read!

There is nothing like a thrilling novel with a narrator that we can’t quite read (ha, get it?). These narrators give us the books that leave us reading with a flashlight past midnight to just know what is going on. Then suddenly, the book ends nothing like we expected. Here are some books I’ve picked out that are guaranteed to have you all like WHAAAT?!

10 Unreliable Books With Narrators Who Love to Keep You Guessing

1. The Cost of Knowing by Brittney Morris

Dear Martin meets They Both Die at the End in this gripping, evocative novel about a Black teen who has the power to see into the future, whose life turns upside down when he foresees his younger brother’s imminent death, from the acclaimed author of SLAY.


2. The Truth App by Jack Heath

When Jarli creates a lie-detecting app that goes viral, he instantly becomes famous. But everyone has secrets that they want to keep hidden and now someone is trying to kill him. Was it the app? Or was it something else that put a target on his back? This fast-paced book will keep you guessing the whole way through with every unpredictable twist and turn.


3. Bad Girls With Perfect Faces by Lynn Weingarten

Two narrators…wait, three?

Sasha does something to protect her best friend, however, what she does may haunt her for the rest of her life. Her best friend, Xavier, wants to help her but doesn’t know what he’s getting himself into. Then there’s, Ivy, just as twisted as vines spiraling on a house. All three of their stories come together and start something that will change everything, even to the point where no one knows what is made up or true.


4. Here Lies Daniel Tate by Cristin Terrill

It seems too good to be true when Daniel Tate, missing since he was abducted from one of California’s most elite private enclaves at the age of ten, turns up on a snowy street in Vancouver six years later. It’s perfect. A miracle. Except for one thing.


5. Dangerous Girls by Abigail Haas

Right out of the headlines, Abigail Haas has taken this scary adventure and transformed it into a page turning sensation. Anna is excited as she goes to Aruba with her best friend, Elise, and her boyfriend, Tate, and a few other members of her school crew. Until something unthinkably terrible happens…Anna finds Elise brutally murdered in their hotel room. With the blink of an eye, the vacation goes straight to a bloody nightmare. Now, all eyes are on Anna and there’s no telling who her real friends are. The only person she really trusted (or thought she did) is now dead.


6. The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin

After Mara survives the traumatizing accident at the old asylum, it makes sense that she has issues. She lost her best friend, her boyfriend, and her boyfriend’s sister, and as if that weren’t enough to cope with, her family moves to a new state in order to give her a fresh start. But that fresh start is quickly filled with hallucinations—or are they premonitions? She has no idea what her head is making up or what is true. Something is lurking that is dangerous, but what?


7. Suicide Notes from Beautiful Girls by Lynn Weingarten

June and Delia used to be closer than anything. Best friends in that way that comes before everyone else—before guys, before family. It was like being in love, but more. They had a billion secrets, binding them together like thin silk cords. But then, one night the fun get s little out of hand and everything changes. A year later, Delia is dead. June doesn’t know what to believe, except for one thing, Delia’s death wasn’t suicide. So what happened?


8. Slayer by Kiersten White

Nina and her twin sister, Artemis, are far from normal. It’s hard to be when you grow up at the Watcher’s Academy, which is a bit different from your average boarding school. Here teens are trained as guides for Slayers—girls gifted with supernatural strength to fight the forces of darkness. But while Nina’s mother is a prominent member of the Watcher’s Council, Nina has never embraced the violent Watcher lifestyle. Instead she follows her instincts to heal, carving out a place for herself as the school medic. Until the day Nina’s life changes forever.


9. See All the Stars by Kit Frick

Ellory returns to Pine Brook to navigate senior year after a two-month suspension and summer away—no boyfriend, no friends. No going back. Tormented by some and sought out by others, troubled by a mysterious note-writer who won’t let Ellory forget, and consumed by guilt over her not entirely innocent role in everything and everyone she’s lost, Ellory finds that even in the present, the past is everywhere. The path forward isn’t a straight line. And moving on will mean sorting the truth from the lies—the lies Ellory has been telling herself.


10. This Lie Will Kill You by Chelsea Pitcher

One year ago, there was a party.
At the party, someone died.
Five teens each played a part and up until now, no one has told the truth.

So what happens when no one fesses up? The five teens become trapped and only the truth (if that) will set them free.


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Ah. The last sign in the circle of the zodiac, our fish friends of Neptune. Not only is Pisces a water sign but they are also the sign of the fish. Whichever way their tale sways is the way they are feeling. It could be optimistic and sweet one day and pessimistic and non-forgiving the next. Even though Pisces is known to wear their hearts on their sleeves more often than not, don’t let that fool you. These little fishies are not to be messed with as they don’t let go easily either!

The Perfect Book Recommendations for Pisces!

1. Summer Bird Blue by Akemi Dawn Bowman

So, as we learned, Pisces is the sign of the fish, and not only does this book take place to home of many species of fish, it also is the very explanation of a Pisces. Like the ocean waves, this book will pull your heart strings back and forth like a puppet on a string. You’ll cry, have a heartfelt happiness in your stomach and then cry some more as you read through the beautiful but awfully sad journey of Rumi as she discovers how to be herself after an unimaginable loss.


2. Starfish by Akemi Dawn Bowman

This book will also give your emotions a run for its money, but in a totally different way. This book has such a beautiful metaphor at it’s core but is also very sad. Though the very real budding romance within these pages will definitely win over the Pisces heart. Kiko is a girl who seems lost but she finds a way through drawing and is able to swim through a sea of darkness until she finds more than one light in her path. Plus, there are fish on the cover, so that’s a bonus. Trust me Pisces, this one will get you!


3. Starry Eyes by Jenn Bennett

This novel honestly has something for every zodiac sign. Who doesn’t love a hate to love romance that starts off by being deserted in the middle of a forest, oh and the only person who’s with you and knows how to get out of this alive is the one who broke your heart? I mean do I really need to say more, Pisces?


4.  Five Feet Apart by Rachael Lippincott

In this novel, Stella and Will fall for each other but it’s not your typical high school romance, because of a chronic lung disease called Cystic Fibrosis (CF), these two cannot touch each other in fear of likely fatal contamination. It raises the question, can you love someone you can never touch? Pisces is all about romance, but they tend to fall for the one they know they can’t have. Something about the forbidden romance makes them want it more and even if they don’t want to admit it, they love the challenge of seeing if that love will actually last just to prove everyone wrong. Clearly, Stella or Will had to be a Pisces!


5. Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare

When Tessa Gray crosses the ocean to find her brother, her destination is England, the time is the reign of Queen Victoria, and something terrifying is waiting for her in London’s Downworld, where vampires, warlocks, and other supernatural folk stalk the gaslit streets. Only the Shadowhunters, warriors dedicated to ridding the world of demons, keep order amidst the chaos. Remember how I said Pisces love love, well, it’s complicated love they love (or swim towards). I can’t think of a better trilogy that has the most complicated and passionate love to drive it home!


6. Watch Over Me by Mila Gray

In this novel, the emotions run high as Zoey has to protect her family from her abusive father. Enter Tristan. A former Marine and now member of the Coast Guard, Tristian promises his best friend, and Zoey’s Marine brother, that he will take care of Zoey and her family. Protect them, watch over them, and be the rock they need in their lives. Sometimes Pisces are everywhere within their heads and they just need a rock to steady themselves, especially if that rock were someone like Tristan. This book will literally make you hold your breath as surprises happen and we learn what someone will do for the person they truly love.


7.  The Chaos of Standing Still by Jessica Brody

Ryn has one unread text message on her phone. And it’s been there for almost a year. She hasn’t tried to read it. She can’t. She won’t. Because that one message is the last thing her best friend ever said to her before she died. But as Ryn finds herself trapped in the Denver International Airport on New Year’s Eve thanks to a never-ending blizzard on the one-year anniversary of her best friend’s death, fate literally runs into her. And his name is Xander. The two of them bring out something in each other as the chaos continues. Grief, heart, airport delays; this book has everything to make you cry and somehow laugh at the same time. Pisces will love it because it will hit every which way its tail loves to swim.


8. The Red Scrolls of Magic by Cassandra Clare and Wesley Chu

All Magnus Bane wanted was a vacation—a lavish trip across Europe with Alec Lightwood, the Shadowhunter who against all odds is finally his boyfriend. But as soon as the pair settles in Paris, an old friend arrives with news about a demon-worshipping cult called the Crimson Hand that is bent on causing chaos around the world. A cult that was apparently founded by Magnus himself. Years ago. As a joke. Adventure, love, and chaos! Literally, the life of a Pisces!


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Cupid has come to town!! There are hearts EVERYWHERE, flowers are being delivered, people are holding hands left and right, and so on and so forth. But maybe Cupid didn’t strike you with a love arrow this year, and maybe you’re ok with that! So if you’ve decided to channel your inner Emma Watson this year and declare that you are in fact ‘Self-Partnered’, then here are some books for you!

Books to Read if You’re ‘Self-Partnered’

1. Bad Girls with Perfect Faces by Lynn Weingarten

How far would you go for the one you love? This book seriously tests that question. Sasha loves her best friend Xavier, but Xavier loves Ivy and Ivy doesn’t seem to love anything all that much. Sasha knows Ivy will break her best friend’s heart and she can’t let that happen. So she tries to catch an unfaithful Ivy in the act but things get very twisted and Sasha realizes something…in order to protect herself and Xavier from the truth, she’ll have to pretend forever.


2. Permanent Record by Mary H. K. Choi

While, yes there is romance in this book, I’d say the true story is about self love and self acceptance. When Leanna (a social media and international icon) and Pablo (a college dropout working the graveyard shift at a twenty-four-hour deli) meet at 5:00 a.m. at the bodega in the dead of winter it’s absurd to think they’d be A Thing. But as they discover who they are, who they want to be, and how to defy the deafening expectations of everyone else, Lee and Pab turn to each other. Which, of course, is when things get properly complicated.


3. SLAY by Brittney Morris

Kiera starts out as having a plus one but then she realizes one of the most important realizations there is to have; if you have to pretend to be someone else around your significant other, are they worth changing for? NO! The answer is no, and as her game SLAY continues to rise and convert more attention, Kiera understands that being her authentic, unapologetic, self isn’t only less stressful, it’s priceless.


4. Winterwood by Shea Ernshaw

Now, in this book their are some twists and turns. Sure, Nora finds a guy but it’s not your average meet-cute at an ice cream parlor, matter of fact, Nora meets Oliver where civilization doesn’t dare to go; the Wickerwood. There, on one of the coldest nights, she stumbles upon a sleeping Oliver. Yet, as she saves him from hypothermia, the question of how did he survive is all she can ask and Oliver wants to know who this strange girl is that rescued him.


5. A Heart in a Body in the World by Deb Caletti

Annabelle runs from Seattle to Washington, DC, through mountain passes and suburban landscapes, from long lonely roads to college towns. She’s not ready to think about the why yet, just the how—muscles burning, heart pumping, feet pounding the earth. But no matter how hard she tries, she can’t outrun the tragedy from the past year, or the person—The Taker—that haunts her. Followed by Grandpa Ed in his RV and backed by her brother and two friends (her self-appointed publicity team), Annabelle becomes a reluctant activist as people connect her journey to the trauma from her past.


6. Analee in Real Life by Janelle Milanes

Caught between two very different boys; Xolkar—a.k.a. a teen boy named Harris whom Analee has never actually met in person but is her partner in crime when she’s Kiri, the night elf hunter at the center of her favorite online game. The other is high school heartthrob Seb Matias who asks Analee to pose as his girlfriend in an attempt to make his ex jealous. Analee agrees in an attempt to help her with Harris. However, 99.9% of the time, matters of the heart take unexpected turns, and Analee takes one you don’t necessarily see coming.


7. Road Tripped by Pete Hautman

Steven Gerald Gabel—a.k.a. Stiggy—needs to get out of Minnesota. His father recently took his own life, his mother is a shell of the person she used to be, and his sort-of-girlfriend ghosted him and skipped town. What does he have left to stick around for? Armed with his mom’s credit card and a tourist map of Great River Road, Stiggy sets off in his dad’s car.


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Hmmm. It’s that period of the year when the holidays are over and everyone has pretty much given up on their resolutions. There are no more parties or family dinners. It can be a bit…dull, unless you’re an Aquarius. The Aquarius group is much more than what they seem. Sure, they love their alone time (doesn’t everyone?) and they are known to be in their own thoughts more often than not. Yet, they are assertive, highly intelligent beings. In other words, this group is not easily fooled. So, in honor of our friends, the water bearers, let’s see what books are best equip for their sharp minds!

The Perfect Book Recommendations for Aquarius!

1. Girls with Sharp Sticks by Suzanne Young

This book is one of those books that really makes you think about things in a different perspective. Also, Mena, the main character has had the wool pulled over her eyes for far too long. Now, she’s starting to realize things and she knows something isn’t right. Like our Aquarius peeps, Mena is not just going to believe it because someone told her anymore. She’s ready to take the reins of this mystery and solve a secret that is far out of the world she thought she lived in.


2. Period Power by Nadya Okamoto

This book is just one of those books EVERYONE should read, it is informative, powerful, and it is jam-packed with lots of information many don’t know. The Aquarius sign loves new knowledge, and they love books that give them something else to think about. With Period Power, they’ll have a whole year’s worth of content to keep them occupied.


3.  Stay Sweet by Siobhan Vivian

This novel isn’t just about an ice cream stand that serves delicious ice cream, I mean yes, that’s a main point, BUT there’s so much more. Girl power, friendships, a hate to love romance. When Amelia realizes that the all girls staffed beloved ice cream stand she’s been working at over the summer for years will now be managed by Grady Meade, the owner’s grand-nephew. Amelia’s in for a summer, but what she doesn’t know is it might be the most unforgettable one yet. An Aquarius loves a challenge, especially one for a good cause, so feast on this novel that’s nothing but that!


4.  Winterwood by Shea Ernshaw

Nora Walker is the next generation of the Walker witches. She’s quiet and likes to keep to herself. There is nothing better for an Aquarius then to just have a nice day to themselves where they are free to make their own decisions. Nora loves to be alone too; when she’s in the woods by herself with the trees, she feels most at home. That is, until she finds a body in the deepest part of the forest. Upon Nora finding this boy, she’s even more surprised she finds him alive and now has to find out just exactly HOW did he survive. The boy, Oliver, wants to know more about Nora, and just what exactly she knows about these powerful woods.


5. Long Way Down by Jason Reynolds

Long Way Down by Jason Reynolds

Will’s brother, Shawn, was just shot and killed. Now Will has to do something about it and he reflects what he’s about to do within the time of his ride in the elevator to the ground. Along the way, he sees people, hears stories, and might even realize something he never has before. Aquarius’s respect fairness and have a deep passion for justice, like Will, they want to take action against the wrong. Yet, also like Will, they understand not everything is as it seems.


6. I’ll Never Tell by Abigail Haas

Speaking of things that aren’t always what they seem…this book is filled with more mysteries and twists than there are stars in the sky. Ok…not THAT much but, seriously, if you’re an Aquarius, this book will have you at the edge of your seat. You’re all for justice but WHO exactly deserves it in this book? Hmm. You’ll have to read and see.


7. When Dimple Met Rishi by Sandhya Menon

The Aquarius is under the element of air. Air elements are known to be intelligent and rather opinionated. They earn their pennies the fair way and will do anything to get to where they want to go. Dimple must be a star sign under the air element too, because whether her parents like it or not, she wants to follow her OWN path and to be the next female tech genius. Rishi, on the other hand is actually a pretty romantic guy and won’t let Dimple get away so easy. It sounds like a challenge (and an Aquarius also LOVES a challenge).


8. Scythe by Neal Shusterman

This first book in the Arc of a Scythe trilogy will truly make you think about society and challenge everything you ever thought you knew about it. Like I said, our water bearing friends love. A. Challenge. Even if they don’t think they do, they do!


Not an Aquarius? Check out what books you should read based on your zodiac sign!

Hello Scorpio season! How’d you get here so fast? We are in the midst of fall with the leaves changing and pumpkin spice lattes surrounding us. People born at this time are just like the breeze that shakes the trees of it’s vibrant leaves. They do not back down and are not afraid of controversy and confrontation to prove what’s right or wrong. However, as a water sign, they are still very in tuned with their emotions and stay true to themselves as they take on what life throws their way. So here are the perfect books to read for all those Scorpios out there.

The Perfect Book Recs for Scorpios

1. SLAY by Brittney Morris

Kiera Johnson just doesn’t give up in this coming-of-age, girl power novel. By day, seventeen-year-old Kiera Johnson is an honors student, a math tutor, and one of the only Black kids at Jefferson Academy. But at home, she joins hundreds of thousands of Black gamers who duel worldwide as Nubian personas in the secret multiplayer online role-playing card game, SLAY. Driven to save the only world in which she can be herself, Kiera must preserve her secret identity and harness what it means to be unapologetically Black in a world intimidated by Blackness. If you’re a scorpio, you will stop at nothing to protect what you truly believe in, even if the stakes are higher than you’ve ever imagined!


2. The Perfect Candidate by Peter Stone

Scorpios LOVE a good debate, whether they are right or wrong, nothing will stop them from taking on a challenge. They live for controversial topics and don’t mind a bit of conspiracy here and there. In the Perfect Candidate, Cameron Carter lands an internship with Congressman Billy Beck in Washington, DC, he thinks it is his ticket out of small town captivity. What he lacks in connections and Beltway polish he makes up in smarts, and he soon finds a friend and mentor in fellow staffer Ariel Lancaster. That is, until she winds up dead. Cameron realizes Washington isn’t at all what it seems. Conspiracy, deception, and mysteries are all in this book, a Scorpio win!


3. The Diabolic by S.J. Kincaid

The Diabolic by S.J. Kincaid

This book is the adventure Scorpios will be on the edge of their seats for.  All the action and courage in this story is driven by pure emotion and if that’s not a Scorpio, I have no idea what is! A Diabolic is ruthless. A Diabolic is powerful. A Diabolic has a single task: Kill in order to protect the person you’ve been created for. Nemesis is a Diabolic, a humanoid teenager created to protect a galactic senator’s daughter, Sidonia. The two have grown up side by side, but are in no way sisters. Nemesis is expected to give her life for Sidonia, and she would do so gladly. She would also take as many lives as necessary to keep Sidonia safe.


4. Dry by Neal Shusterman and Jarrod Shusterman

When the California drought escalates to catastrophic proportions, Alyssa is forced to make life and death decisions for her family in this harrowing story of survival. At the core of many decisions made by a Scorpio are deep emotions and in this novel it is no different. Alyssa’s family is the very thing that keeps her going when water becomes nothing less than a dream.


5. American Panda by Gloria Chao

At seventeen, Mei should be in high school, but skipping fourth grade was part of her parents’ master plan. Now a freshman at MIT, she is on track to fulfill the rest of this predetermined future: become a doctor, marry a pre-approved Taiwanese Ivy Leaguer, produce a litter of babies.
With everything her parents have sacrificed to make her cushy life a reality, Mei can’t bring herself to tell them the truth—that she (1) hates germs, (2) falls asleep in biology lectures, and (3) has a crush on her classmate Darren Takahashi, who is decidedly not Taiwanese. She’ll have to find a way to be herself, whoever that is, before her web of lies unravels. This book speaks to Scorpios because they know that being their own self is priceless and even if they have to fight for it, it’s always worth it.


6. When Dimple Met Rishi by Sandhya Menon

Dimple Shah I feel has many characteristics of a Scorpio, no matter what her mother expected of her, she knew she was going to do what made her proud. Even someone like Rishi Patel coming in and (almost) ruining things with his hopeless romantic dreams, Dimple refuses to give him the time of day that doesn’t involve a task for the summer web developing program. Though, like Scorpios, Dimple can’t help but get swept into feeling something.


7. I’ll Never Tell by Abigail Haas

Swimming, sunshine, and golden beaches. It was supposed to be the best time of Anna’s life. Paradise. But then the unthinkable happens. Anna’s best friend is found brutally murdered and when the local police begin to investigate the gruesome crime, suspicion falls on one person—Anna. Scorpios don’t appreciate when people aren’t genuine, and Anna’s the most genuine character…or was she delusional?

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There is nothing more exciting than when our favorite characters from the page move to the set stages. Some of the best shows come from books such as Gossip Girl, Younger, Light as a Feather, Killing Eve and Riverdale (based off comics, but still), just to name a few. The thing is, some of our favorites have yet to be swept up by Hollywood’s people when it comes to getting their own show. Here are the books that have yet to be on screen but need to be ASAP!

YA Books that Need to be TV Shows

1. SLAY by Brittney Morris

What doesn’t this book have that screams ‘give me a show?!!’  Kiera Johnson is one of the only Black kids at Jefferson Academy. But at home, she joins hundreds of thousands of Black gamers who duel worldwide as Nubian personas in the secret multiplayer online role-playing card game, SLAY. No one knows Kiera is the game developer, not her friends, her family, not even her boyfriend, Malcolm. Driven to save the only world in which she can be herself when a teen in Kansas City is murdered over a dispute in the SLAY, Kiera must preserve her secret identity and harness what it means to be unapologetically Black in a world intimidated by Blackness. Kiera Johnson is the girl we all want to see as the face of the next modern and fresh coming-of-age television series!


2. Girls With Sharp Sticks by Suzanne Young

This book is filled with twists and turns as Mena collects all of her fellow classmates to fight back from what never was a great opportunity for girls. Innovations Academy is filled with horrifying secrets and Mena discovers something far more alarming than anything she’s ever imagined. As this series continues to grow, so should the talk about it coming to a TV channel. In addition to being a page turner, it also hits some very real topics about the struggles that come from how girls and women are mistreated and expected to act in society. This book could seriously be a modern inspiration for the next Handmaid’s Tale.


3. Bad Girls with Perfect Faces by Lynn Weingarten

Love triangles? Check. Dark, dark secrets? Check. Misunderstandings that cause HUGE problems? Check, check, Check! This book basically writes it’s own script with deceiving characters and plot twists at every page. All Sasha wanted to do was protect Xavier, her best friend (and secret crush since well, forever) from his somewhat psychotic girlfriend and maybe even teach her a lesson in the process. However, Sasha’s stunt turns into SO much more. Not to mention the fact that Sasha herself will never be the same again. Does this sound similar to Riverdale or is it just me?


4. Sky Without Stars by Jessica Brody and Joanne Rendell

This book was inspired by one of the most popular books (and musicals), Les Miserables, AND is set in space…so there’s a lot of potential here. When the Last Days came, the planet of Laterre promised hope. A new life for a wealthy French family and their descendants. But five hundred years later, it’s now a place where an extravagant elite class reigns supreme; where the clouds hide the stars and the poor starve in the streets; where a rebel group, long thought dead, is resurfacing. This could for sure emerge on the FX channel’s timeline.


5. The Last Magician by Lisa Maxwell

History, magic, and mysteries like no other, this book is about Esta, a talented thief who’s been raised to steal magical artifacts. All of Esta’s training has been for one final job: traveling back to 1902 to steal an ancient book containing the secrets of the Order—and the Brink, a dark energy that is a barrier confining anyone to the island of Manhattan—before the Magician can destroy it and doom the Mageus to a hopeless future. Like any good fantasy television show, this book has magic, mysteries, and fantastic hooks.


6. The Wicked Deep by Shea Ernshaw

Charmed, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, American Horror Story, and the Game of Thrones all had witches. Those were some of the most top watching shows on air. The Wicked Deep would be no exception as three sisters sentenced to death—from two centuries ago for witchery—return, stealing the bodies of three weak-hearted girls so that they may seek their revenge, luring boys into the harbor and pulling them under. Penny Talbot has accepted the fate of the town. But this year, on the eve of the sisters’ return, a boy named Bo Carter arrives; unaware of the danger he has just stumbled into. If this doesn’t sound like an Emmy-nominating worthy show, I don’t know what does.


7. Slayer Kiersten White

Ok, this book is from the Buffy Universe so it just makes sense to either bring Buffy back or have a show that’s just as good. I mean it worked for Star Trek and Degrassi, so it can definitely work again, right? We’ll let Hollywood decide.


8. Crown of Feathers Nicki Pau Preto

Again, LOTS of girl power and we’re always here for that! Once, the world was ruled by fierce warrior queens, a grand empire was built upon the backs of Phoenix Riders—legendary heroes who soared through the sky on wings of fire—until a war between two sisters ripped it all apart. Now, sixteen years later Veronyka is a war orphan who dreams of becoming a Phoenix Rider from the stories of before—even if that means disguising herself as a boy to join their ranks. The graphics would be AMAZING; imagine those fired wings coming to life!!!


9. Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe by Benjamin Alire Sáenz

Artistotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe by Benjamin Alire Saenz

Aristotle is an angry teen with a brother in prison. Dante is a know-it-all who has an unusual way of looking at the world. When the two meet at the swimming pool, they seem to have nothing in common. But as the loners start spending time together, they discover that they share a special friendship—the kind that changes lives and lasts a lifetime. This book could be a show that just goes on for generations. With so much heart—which we know all the best shows have—viewers will never want to stop tuning in.


10. Scythe series by Neal Shusterman

Scythe is just one of those books that’s before it’s time. It makes you question society and think about insane possibilities. I don’t care what anyone says, the best T.V. shows are built on wonder. All humans do is wonder and this book is nothing shy of a whirlwind of guesses, suspicions, and honestly hooks that will drive you crazy.


11. Alanna by Tamora Pierce

Alanna by Tamora Pierce

Another book that contains some serious kick-butt, girl power within it’s pages. Girl power NEVER goes out of style, people. With this quartet there are more than enough occurrences to obtain an action packed television series. Our main character, Alanna disguises herself as her twin brother to follow her dreams and join the road to knighthood. Ummm, that literally sounds like a classic!


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If you grew up on Disney Channel content, then you’re bound to be a fan of these cheesy-yet-deep original movies the Disney Channel regularly puts out—deemed DCOM’s (Disney Channel Original Movies) by adoring fans everywhere. We are a few such fans—so we have paired our favorite DCOM’s with some of our favorite reads. If you’re a fan too, look for your favs below for a perfect pair!

Your Fave Disney Channel Original Movie Will Tell You What to Read Next

1. Cadet Kelly – The Lady Rogue by Jenn Bennett

If Hillary Duff’s individuality and headstrong personality were your #goals as a kid, then stop what you’re doing and go read The Lady Rogue. Theodora is a fierce, independent heroine and all she wants is to impress her treasure-hunting father…oh, and did we mention it has a swoon-worthy romance? We’re telling you, this book has it all.


2. Halloweentown – The Wicked Deep by Shea Ernshaw

If you’re a fan of Halloweentown, we’d wager that you’re into all the Halloween DCOM’s, which would mean spooky excites you. This witchy read is a perfect pair for all things spooky—and a great way to get you warmed up for the Halloween binge-watching season! October is only 31 days long, ease into it a little early this year with this book that’s as eerily enchanting as the world of Halloweentown.


3. Descendants – Cursed by Thomas Wheeler and Frank Miller

Descendants is a modern DCOM and a GREAT ONE. If you agree, you’re probably all about the twisted tales and the reimagining of classic myths and legends. Cursed is a perfect pair for Descendants—it’s a whole new take on the Legend of King Arthur, and an incredibly modern and imaginative one, at that. Plus, GIRL POWER!


4. Camp Rock – When Dimple Met Rishi by Sandhya Menon

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Like Camp Rock protagonists Mitchie Torres and Shane Gray, Dimple Shah and Rishi Patel have entirely different views on life. Dimple is career-minded and sick of her mother’s talk of the “Ideal Indian Husband,” while Rishi is a hopeless romantic, and believes in the power of tradition. And like in Camp Rock, the unlikely pair find themselves unexpectedly thrown together—at summer camp.


5. Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century – Sky Without Stars by Jessica Brody and Joanne Rendell

This pair is perfectly matched for one obvious reason: space. Both take place in space! Although Zenon does spend some time on earth, she also spends a lot of her time trying to save it. The characters of Sky Without Stars are on another planet, and they too are trying to save their world.


6. The Thirteenth Year – Songs From the Deep by Kelly Powell

An ominous mystery surrounding a mer-creature is the centerfold of both sides of this pair—making it a perfect match! If you love mermaid lore and thus loved The Thirteenth Year, you’ll certainly love the twists and turns and mermaid magic of this book.


7. Luck of the Irish – Love & Luck by Jenna Evans Welch


Aside from the obvious Irish theme, these two dive deep into family dynamics. Both feature estranged families or family members finding their way back to each other and growing close again. All this with the added benefit of an easy St. Patrick’s Day movie/book pick!


8. Motocrossed – Alanna by Tamora Pierce

Alanna by Tamora Pierce

Strong, resilient, and fierce women are at the heart of both Motocrossed and Alanna. So determined, in fact, that when the world says they are “just girls,” they disguise themselves as their twin brothers to get the opportunities they deserve. Girl power doesn’t begin to describe these leading ladies, and we know you’ll devour this series by Tamora Pierce as fast as we did.

The main character in Motocrossed, Andrea, is played by an actress named Alana…so basically this book pairing was meant to be.


9. Pixel Perfect – Five Feet Apart by Rachael Lippincott

Can you love someone you can never touch? If you loved Pixel Perfect, then Five Feet Apart by Rachael Lippincott is the perfect book for you. This pair is all about forbidden love, and finding a way to do what’s right, even if it breaks your heart.  Warning: you might need tissues for Five Feet Apart.


10. Stuck in the Suburbs – Permanent Record by Mary H.K. Choi

Stuck in the Suburbs made us yearn for our very own meet-cute pop star experience and believe us, Permanent Record delivers. Pedro’s life may not be as fabulous as Brittany or Natasha—he’s a college dropout with staggering debt—but when he meets superstar Leanna Smart at a bodega around 5:00am, his ordinary life gets put on hold. It’s our most fan-girl fantasy come true!


11. Eddie’s Million Dollar Cook-Off – Hungry Hearts edited by Elsie Chapman and Caroline Tung Richmond

Eddie’s Million Dollar Cook-Off was, at its core, about delicious food and its ability to bring together family and friends…and how to crack an egg one-handed, duh. Hungry Hearts is sure to satisfy your cravings as it explores the intersection of family, culture, and food in the lives of thirteen teens. Warning: don’t read this book hungry!


12. Smart House – Virtually Yours by Sarvenaz Tash

Despite hitting the scene way back in 1999 (think: almost a decade before the first iPhone came out), Smart House took on the promise and perils of filling a personal void with a virtual reality head-on and spectacularly. Virtually Yours tackles a similar theme with NYU freshman Mariam Vakilian trying out a new virtual reality dating service. When the app chooses her matches, one of them is her IRL new BFF Jeremy, and the other is her ex-high-school-sweetheart Caleb—and neither of them know that the match they’re chatting with is her. Gasp!


13. Hatching Pete – Kings, Queens, and In-Betweens by Tanya Boteju

Hatching Pete taught us that sometimes, you have to dress like a big chicken to discover your true self. While there’s no chicken costume in Kings, Queens, and In-Betweens (sadly), it is about introverted Nima navigating questions of identity and self-acceptance while immersed in the magical world of drag. Be brave, be bold, be you.


14. Mom’s Got a Date with a Vampire – Slayer by Kiersten White

Not all vampires sparkle in the sun. Some invite your mom on a date and try to bite her…and some require a whole bloodline of Slayers to keep them in line. If you loved the darker edge to vampire lore, you’ll love Slayer! A world overrun by monsters that go bump in the night, it’s up to Nina, the newly chosen Slayer, to protect the innocent and fight the forces of darkness. Or someone she loves might be the next to show up dead.


15. Johnny Tsunami – Alex, Approximately by Jenn Bennett

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Twenty years later, we still remember the dread cast upon Johnny Kapahala when he discovered his surfing dreams could be no more as his dad makes him relocate to the most surf-less place on Earth—Vermont. Bailey Rydell moves from chilly-ish D.C. to the warm and light air of SoCal. Here, surfing is basically the new walking. While these may be a bit reversed, they’re still a great pair, filled with surfing, self-discovery, and familial relationships so strong that it will make you want to run and hug your dad.


16. The Color of Friendship – SLAY by Brittney Morris

If you love timely and thought-provoking stories that don’t fail to captivate, like the beloved early DCOM The Color of Friendship, you have to read Brittney Morris’ SLAY. Both SLAY and The Color of Friendship interrogate what it means to be unapologetically Black, and how to forge friendships despite differences. If the thought of the heart and lessons of The Color of Friendship being told through the story of a black girl gamer honors student excites you as much as it does us, don’t miss SLAY. (And did we mention the game in question is a Black Panther-inspired card RPG?)


17. Minutemen – The Last Magician by Lisa Maxwell

Who could forget Minutemen? These time-traveling youths pair perfectly with this read, about a time traveling magician who must travel to the past to save her present. While the minutemen travel back in time to try and gain popularity, they do end up ~accidentally~ opening a black hole in the middle of their high school’s football field, and wind up saving the world, too.


18. The Cheetah Girls – Stay Sweet by Siobhan Vivian

Stay Sweet by Siobhan Vivian

In the vein of the DCOM that taught us all the fortitude of girl power, Siobhan Vivian’s Stay Sweet is about the girls of Meade Creamery—an ice cream stand which has been managed exclusively by girls ever since founder Molly Meade started making ice cream to cheer up her lovesick friends while all the boys were away at war in 1944. After Molly’s sudden passing, new “Head Girl” Amelia is initially relieved when Molly’s grandnephew, Grady, arrives to take over the business. But Grady has some changes in mind, and Amelia and the Meade Creamery girls have to channel Cheetah-sister like unity to stay true to themselves and Molly’s legacy.


19. Jump In – The Unexpected Everything by Morgan Matson

Jump to the rhythm and step to the mu-sic, all in together, let’s shoooow how we do it!’ Ah the movie that had one of High School Musical’s all-stars, Corbin Bleu, and Keke Palmer; genius. Izzy had a plan, boxing. Andie thinks she has it all figured out, too. Izzy and Andie both take a turn in their plans, but realize it’s actually for the best. Sometimes the best parts of life are all in its spontaneity.


20. Wendy Wu: Homecoming Warrior – American Panda by Gloria Chao

Perfect for fans of our favorite Asian-American-ancient-Chinese-spirit-fighting Homecoming Queen, American Panda is another tale of a badass Asian-American girl navigating her hyphenate identity, trying to please her family while trying to find joy. With the same hilarity and heart as Wendy Wu, Mei realizes her own way of being Asian-American, and herself.


21. The Lizzie McGuire Movie – Love & Gelato by Jenna Evans Welch

Love & Gelato by Jenna Evans Welch

We’ll never forget the movie that made all of us want to grow up to be a relatable teenager who goes to Italy and has her life changed forever. If you can relate to The Lizzie McGuire Movie creating your #studyabroad goals, you have to read Love & Gelato, the first in Jenna Evans Welch’s series of semi-related novels abroad, this one aptly set in Italy. In a not un-Lizzie-like journey to find herself, Lina follows in her late mother’s footsteps and unearths a secret that will change everything. People go to Italy for love and gelato (we know we did), but sometimes they discover much more.


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It’s Libra season, peeps! As we dive right into the cool season of fall, we have to face the facts; it’s time to put away those beach bags and bathing suits and bring out the Halloween decorations and fall scarves. Just like the looming fall air, Libras are all about being gracious but tend to be indecisive. They love balance and harmony which is exhibited by their sign of the scale. So in honor of the time of the Libra, let’s weigh in what books our harmonizing friends of the air element would be most into.

The Perfect Book Recs for Libras

1. All American Boys by Jason Reynolds and Brendan Kiely


Told in alternating prospectives, this book is filled with emotion and heart as it follows two teens. Rashad, who has been falsely accused of shoplifting, the act quickly turns into something else when the cop, Paul Galluzzo, pounds his face to the ground. Then there’s Quinn, the boy who has been raised by Paul. He can’t come to terms that the man who took him in after his father’s death could be guilty of such a thing. As the town starts to take sides, the two boys are forced to face decisions and heavy consequences. The Libra will appreciate the fact that both sides of the story will be told in this story ripped straight from headlines.  


2. Hungry Hearts edited by Elsie Chapman and Caroline Tung Richmond 


Libras love harmony and we all know that food can bring harmony like nothing else. In this book there are thirteen tales from various authors that show their love for food and all of the comfort and happiness it can bring. Each tale is wrapped up in steamy deliciousness that is bounds to make your tummy rumble.  


3. Sorcery of Thorns by Margaret Rogerson 


Elisabeth knows best of all that all sorcerers are evil. One day she wants to be the very thing that protects the kingdom from their power. Yet, when an act of sabotage ends in one of the most dangerous grimoire being released from Austermeer’s Great Library where they stay, Elisabeth is swept up in the crime and is torn from her home to face the music. The only one who seems to be able to help her is her sworn enemy, Nathaniel Thorn. As their alliance grows, Elisabeth starts to question everything she ever knew and realizes she has more power than she ever imagined. With this book, our Libra friends will be able to relate to Elisabeth as they have a very high level of intellect along with intuition. They will be able to pick up on the insight this tale inspires. 


4. Starry Eyes by Jenn Bennett 


This book has ALL.THE. FEELS!! In Jenn Bennett’s second novel, we follow Zorie who ends up in the terrifying situation of being stranded in the woods with no one but the boy who broke her heart. Ahh, Libras are one of the most hopeless romantics in the zodiac. They may not admit it, but they love love and this book is full of those moments that make you want to swoon. Not to mention it has dramatic moments that also will make you cringe. A Libra’s dream! 


5. Scythe by Neal Shusterman 


In this first installment to the Arc of the Scythe trilogy, we enter a world where humanity has conquered all the bad, hunger, war, and even death. The Scythe’s are the only ones who can end life. Citra and Rowan are chosen to apprentice to a scythe—a role that neither wants. These teens must master the “art” of taking life, knowing that the consequence of failure could mean losing their own. If you’re a Libra, you understand that balance is indeed an essential in life just as Citra and Rowan learn by realizing a perfect world comes with a heavy price. Libras also appreciate good discussion and this book definitely makes you think deeply. 


6. Five Feet Apart by Rachael Lippincott 


Did I mention Libras were romantics? Well, I’ll say it again, they love a good love story. Five Feet Apart is the ultimate love story about what people will do to get a chance at love. For Stella and Will, that mean even risking their lives just to endure each other’s company. Both diagnosed with the horrible lung disease of Cystic Fibrosis (CF), the two love birds can’t be within six feet of each other without risking high chances of infection. However, they realize CF has already taken so much from them and their young lives, they can at least take back one foot and be five feet apart.

Warning: don’t read this without tissues, trust me!! 


7. Just Wreck It All by N. Griffin 

As the Libra’s symbol is represented by a scale, Libras need balance within their lives. If you are a Libra, you thrive when there is a rhythmic balance in your daily routines. In Just Wreck It All, Bett feels she must balance out the good with the bad in putting her life’s events in a series of pluses and minuses. She figures as long as the minuses are higher, she can maybe forgive herself for the horrible thing that happened. Though life has a different plan for her, and it doesn’t involve subtraction. 

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