14 Best Books Based On Zodiac Signs

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This article showcases our top picks for the Books Based On Zodiac Signs. The article is mainly focused on books as our top findings, but if you want to explore Astrology from all its angles, you can also listen to astrological podcasts and Youtube channels run by professionals like Lada Duncheva and Kelley Rosano. Another more interactive way to get all astrological updates is to check famous astrological websites like Astrostyle, Horoscope, and Cafe Astrology. You can also dive deep into astrology by conducting astrology chart reading, observing each sign’s preferences, birthstones, compatibility, and relationships, etc.

We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below). You can also find the best horoscope and astrology sites on sites like Truely, where you can find reviews and more information about these type of services. 

We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.

The Lying Life of Adults by Elena Ferrante

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The dual nature and depth of the characters in this novel can only be appreciated by Gemini. The Lying Life of Adults will assist Gemini to consider the truth of all situations and seeing through the lies to make the best option for themselves. This book will not only assist Gemini to view their self-reflection, but it will also provide relevant guidance to help them make a good change in their life.

The Zodiac Signs by Mrs Hanne Klein

This product was recommended by Michelle Devani from lovedevani

Zodiac signs fascinate me as an individual, especially because they can be linked with one’s personality. I have read multiple books regarding zodiac signs, but The Zodiac Signs Great In Details by Mrs. Hanne Klein is the best among all of them. Through this book, you can learn the characteristics of your sign, which helps you to understand yourself, and the people around you. You can also find out here your compatibility with other signs. It is indeed a helpful book for people who want to study zodiac signs.

Clap When You Land by Elizabeth Acevedo

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Clap when you land, a book written by Elizabeth Acevedo speaks amazingly to people whose zodiac sign is Cancer. The book is about two sisters who after their father’s death become closer and uncover some dark and horrible secrets.

Under a Painted Sky by Stacey Lee

This product was recommended by Timothy Woods from Carnivore Style

Under a painted sky, a book written by Stacy Lee talks about friendships, adventures, sacrifices, and plot twists and is a great book for a Sagittarius. It is such a great book as it talks about 2 girls who run away from their troubled past to discover the west and learn the value of survival through their journey.

Mindfulness through the Stars by Ashley Flores

This product was recommended by Anita Harris from StorageBuddy

This book provided me with great insight about astrology. Ashley speaks about astrology and the zodiac signs so intuitively. Her writing style is very down-to-earth and relatable which makes it feel like you’re being personally guided by her.

The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins

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This riveting futuristic dystopian novel is perfect for action loving Aries. Though Aries can be optimistic and seldom views the world as being bleak, people born under this sign won’t be able to put this book (or the following titles in the series) down. That’s because the story has all the components Aries can’t resist. In a future world in which peace comes at the price of human sacrifice, this is the story of Katniss, a reluctant hero who volunteers to take her sister’s place to compete in the Hunger Games. Every Aries wants to be a hero. As an Aries, you’ll easily imagine yourself in the protagonist’s shoes and the constant competition for survival will give you the adrenaline rush you love. The Hunger Games is a story of courage, adventure, rebellion and doing what is right when no one else will. Aries are independent and eager to show their bravery. This book is the perfect fuel for Aries inspiration.

Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert

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Elizabeth Gilbert’s memoir begins with desperation and heartbreak. The end of a relationship leaves her feeling empty, an existential crisis ensues, and she does what every Taurus woman dreams of doing. She leaves her life behind and takes off for to find fulfillment in the sensual pleasures of life in three countries, starting with Italy. Taurus women will enjoy the message of empowerment and independence as much as they’ll love the detailed descriptions of scenery and meals that nurture the protagonist’s soul and help her overcome loss. Any book with food as a focus is likely to draw Taurus’s attention. In Eat, Pray, Love in particular, a Taurus woman will want to put herself in Gilbert’s shoes as she gives herself permission to set aside judgments and indulge. But it isn’t just the food that fulfills Gilbert. This is also a story of exploring different cultures. The true food for the soul in Gilbert’s journey is the way she is comforted and nurtured by the people she encounters in the vastly different cultures. Taurus craves food for the body, heart and spirit and that’s exactly what Eat, Pray, Love delivers.

Becoming Fluent by Richard Roberts

This product was recommended by Anna Kovach from AnnaKovach

This book bridges the worlds of psychology and cognitive science to help adults who want to learn a foreign language but are finding it difficult. Adults who picked up foreign language quickly while studying it in school in the past but are now struggling to learn new languages get the benefit of a book they can both read from and listen to. This book helps readers crack the code of their own cognitive processes and in doing so, makes it easy to learn a new language at any age. This is the must-have book for anyone born under the sign of Gemini. The sign of the twins is also the sign of languages and intellect. In fact, as a Gemini woman, you may become so fascinated by the information this book provides on cognitive processes that you forget the original purpose was learning a new language. In a way, this book offers two bonuses all in one. The deep dive into the learning experience, which is something Gemini women love to learn about, as well as the skills and tools to become fluent in a new language. The sign of communication can’t resist learning everything possible about their own minds as well as acquiring new ways to communicate with others.

Watership Down by Richard Adams

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Before becoming a book that has charmed people for decades, Watership Down was a story Richard Adams would tell his children on long car rides to entertain them. In fact, his children implored him to write the story down. The family centered origins of this book is just one of the many reasons Cancer women will love Watership Down. This imaginative tale for readers of all ages tells the story of Fiver, a rabbit to whom Cancer women may easily be able to relate. Fiver’s intuition tells him something is coming and he must save the warren of rabbits in his community. A reluctant hero, Fiver and his friends set out on an adventure to escape a change on the horizon that they don’t fully understand. Cancer women are obsessed with home and family and will enjoy reading this book to their kids, nieces, nephews, or even the dog. This book may also bring nostalgia to sentimental Cancer if it was a story they first read in their own childhood. But one of the biggest reasons Cancer women love Watership Down is because every Cancer woman has felt like a Fiver. Cancer’s intuition and desire to protect family and home will resonate powerfully.

Written in the Stars by Aisha Saeed

This product was recommended by Samantha Moss from Romantific

Personally speaking, I consider myself as a bookworm because of the massive books that I have read in my life. Reading books has been my childhood hobby and up until now, I’m still reading books during my free time. To answer the question, the best book that is based on zodiac signs is written by Aisha Saeed entitled “Written in the Stars” which you can buy at Amazon. This book is based on Taurus zodiac signs because it is said that a Taurus chooses to follow the rules but they also like to break norms. I like these books because I can really relate to the story because I am a Taurus myself and I see myself through the characters.

Sun and Moon Signs by Mari Silva

This product was recommended by Ashley Taylor from Top Vouchers Code

if we talk about zodiac books that have a really good advice about how people react according to their signs then the sun and moon signs, secrets of the 12 zodiac signs would always take the win. Because the book contains accurate descriptions about each sign, their likes & dislikes, behavior patterns, and how one feels like they do at certain times. Currently the book costs almost 0 dollars on kindle so, If you’re interested in catching up and learning something new then its best to grab it now.

Chain of Gold By Cassandra Clare

This product was recommended by Martin Mora from Loose Grown Diamond

You, as a fighter, would discover this crazy and strong book enthralling from beginning to end. Each chapter will enthral your eyes and soul with breathtaking visuals. You’re needed by the Shadowhunters, Aries! Start preparing to take the battle to the good guys and the bad guys (with your imagination). Make a hero out of yourself!

The Upside Of Unrequited By Becky Albertalli

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The literal epitome of your mischievous, bright, and quick witted spirit, Gemini. Molly has experienced 26 failed romances throughout her lifespan, with a few more on the way! But, in the end, who will she choose? We were definitely on the verge of jumping out of our skin to figure it out!

Three Women by Lisa Taddeo

This product was recommended by Shiv Gupta from Incrementors

The book explores the sexual lives of three distinct women, each of whom is involved in affairs without passing judgement. I’m thinking about the brutality of accommodation that women are forced to very early and very often, drammeh adds while relating the topics to Libra. Three Women examines what such accommodation may look like when it runs uncontrolled. Most women feel connected to one or all of these women and their tales. I think this book is relatable in the strongest sense of the word.

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