Another Sunday, another book tag.
This Sunday, I’m doing the Zodiac Signs book tag that I saw Kelly over at Just Another Book in the Wall do and I knew I had to give it a shot! I love all things Zodiac related so I know this tag will be so fun. Audrey @ Audrey Writes Abroad created this tag, so make sure you show both of these lovely ladies some love!
- Make a post of your own in which you share a book you believe matches with each zodiac sign, explaining why.
- Copy the rules in your post.
- Tag (at least!) 5 to 10 other bloggers to do this post!
- Link the creator of the post, audreywritesabroad.
- Have fun!
Capricorn – Hardworking, Stubborn, & Straightforward
Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor
I fel like hardworking and stubborn both describe Lazlo and his journey in this book.
Taurus – Good Taste, Sensual, Stubborn, & Down-to-Earth’
The Belles by Dhonielle Clayton
Camielle is definitly a stubborn character, and this enite book is about aesthetics and quality.
Virgo – Successful, Creative, & Clever
Eliza and Her Monsters by Francesca Zappia
Eliza is an incredibly successful web comic designer, so this fits perfectly.
Aquarius – Innovative, Admired, Eccentric, & Distant
Scythe by Neal Shusterman
The world is innovative, the scythes themselves are both admired by the people of this world but obviously kept at a distance. And each scythe is has their own idiosyncricies that gives them an essentric vibe.
Gemini – Dynamic, Many Talents, & Like Games
Batman: Nightwalker by Marie Lu
Bruce is obviously a dynamic characters who is talented across many different skill sets, but Madeleine also fits the bill and loves to play games.
Libra – Irresistible, Adventurous, & Indecisive
The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater
This world is so lush and whimisical that you’re immediately pulled in. The adventure and search lead by the Raven Boys is also compelling and captivating.
Pisces – Free, Sensual, & Sensitive
Wild Beauty by Anna-Marie McLemore
This books is so beautiful and moving and emotionally ernest. There’s a freeing hope that comes from the deeply personal lives of the characters.
Cancer – Sensitive, Friend-Oriented, & Forgives But Doesn’t Forget
Jellicoe Road by Melina Marchetta
There’s this imbedded history and found-family aspect that totally related to the friendship-oriented aspect. And the forgives but doesn’t forget comes in two folded: between characters and for yourself.
Scorpio – Self-reliant, Powerful, Secretive, & Wise
Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo
Self-reliant and powerful immediately made me think of this gang of lovable criminals. Each crew memeber is so smart and capable. And Kaz Brekker is the king of secrets.
Aires – Brave, Independent, Impulsive, & Hates to Be Restricted
Long Way Down by Jason Reynolds
Will is now forced to be independent after his brother’s death, but he’s chosing to face it head on. He’s also impusive – insisting on following the “rule” and going after revenge.
Leo – Creative, Powerful, & Faithful
Blood Water Paint by Joy McCullough
This books was incredible powerful. The discussion on agency, autonomy, worth, and belief – it was amazing. It’s also incredibly creative -I love that it incorporates historical setting, art, verse, and a real history.
Sagitarius – Open-minded, Loving, & Insensitive
The Diviners by Libba Bray
I feel like the Diviners have to be open-minded to all the paranormal stuff that’s happening around them. A lot of them are also a little insensitive and selfish, but so real too!
I was right, this was so much fun! I hate tagging people because I don’t know who’s done what tag, and I don’t like pressuring someone to do a tag they don’t care about – but I loved this one and I highly recommend it!
What’s your zodiac sign? (I’m a libra). Have you read the book I think fits your sign? (I’m currently rereading The Raven Boys on audio and I’m liking it more this time around!) What book would you say fits your sign? SHARE BELOW!