We've picked the books you should read this month based on your star sign!
High Performance Habits
Don't believe in horoscopes? Hear the word 'Destiny' and think 'Beyonce'? Or do you consult the heavens for advice every day? Either way, we see reading in your future...
by Brandon Buchard
Aries' can’t help but take on leadership positions, so make sure you become the best leader you can this year by developing some High Performance Habits
The Secret Vineyard
by Loretta Hill
Taurus' love a little romance! This month, indulge in this rom-com from Loretta Hill.
by Jamie Oliver
There’s nothing a Gemini likes less than repetition and routine. Shake up your schedule and try a different recipe every day from Jamie Oliver’s 5 Ingredient Quick Easy Cookbook.
Lincoln in the Bardot
by George Saunders
Your imagination is almost always in overdrive, Cancer. Give it something to feast on with the Man Booker Prize-winning novel Lincoln in the Bardo
by Sofie Laguna
We all know Leo’s hate to be behind the times. This month, read The Choke
by Sofie Laguna and find out what all the fuss is about!
The Joy of Doing Nothing
by Rachel Jonat
Hardworking Virgo’s need to remember how to relax. Take a leaf out of The Joy of Doing Nothing
when you catch yourself moving through this month too fast.
The Hate U Give
by Angie Thomas
Whether you're a young adult looking for a mirror, or an adult looking for a window, the The Hate U Give
will give you plenty to think about.
by Andy Weir
Resourceful and brave, Scorpio’s will get a kick out of Andy Weir’s moon-heist adventure, Artemis.
The Rules of Magic
by Alice Hoffman
Idealistic Sagetarius' will love the tale of three siblings who refuse to accept their family's curse. This month, enjoy the prequel to the classic novel Practical Magic.
The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F***
by Mark Manson
Capricorn, we all know you’ve got self-control up to your eyeballs. This month, use some of your natural discipline to learn how to stop giving a flying flip about the things in life that don’t really matter.
The Remains of the Day
by Kazuo Ishiguro
You often find yourself running away from emotional expression, but this month it’s time to turn around and embrace emotions both big and small. Let The Remains of the Day
be your gateway drug to all the feels.
No One is Coming to Save Us
by Stephanie Powell Watts
The artist in you will adore this re-imagining of the Great Gatsby. Adaptation and transformation in life (and in literature) brings their own rewards.