Aries are often in need of adventure. For your independent streak and pioneering spirit, a trip back to the ‘20s through the eyes of the female pilots gunning to beat Amelia Earhart.
Bull signs favor tradition and stability above all else, putting up a fight at the first signs of change, so you’ll totally relate to Stella Sweeney,
Twins for twins! Set way back when in 1931, this upcoming (November 15) novel sees a brother/sister pair of twins at odds over family matters with puh-lenty of historical flair to boot.
For lovers of beauty, like Cancers happen to be, this poetic story of nature in a foreign setting (the plains of Nairobi) and unrequited love has it all: Just look at that dramatically telling title!
Swan Huntley ($17): Leos love to be the center of attention, so what better novel through which to live vicariously for this outgoing bunch than one about an Upper East Side socialite with the world at her feet?
As an intellectual, you love to think. This thriller about a neighborhood chock full of secrets that come to light after an accident at a community pool will have your mind racing in all the right ways.
Hopeless romantics through and through, Librans and this classic tale (out September 13) of a marriage that’s still fueled by love even after 24 years kiiiinnddd of go hand and hand. Just saying!
Set for an October release, this thriller/self-discovery hybrid sees the book’s main character, Natalie Ulster, described as independent and self-reliant — two traits that also apply to you, dear Scorpio readers.
The Sagittarius reader is good-humored and jovial, so a comedy, like this novel about a 30-something dealing with a toxic workplace, is the way to go.
Those belonging to this ambitious, practical and disciplined sign will surely appreciate the hardworking leadership qualities displayed by Behold the Dreamers’ protagonist Jende Jonga,
Humanitarians at heart, this tale of sacrifice and endurance against all odds is sure to be a hit with the likes of the Aquarius crowd.
Pisces’ hate being alone (as in can. not. STAND it), so it only makes sense that they’d enjoy this critically acclaimed (Refinery 29 hailed Zancas as one of 21 new authors to watch).