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3 Books for SAGITTARIUS Readers

Dynamic Sagittarius is in place from November 22nd to December 21st, marking the last Fire sign in the order of the Zodiac. Along with Gemini, Virgo, and Pisces, Sag is a mutable sign—one of the three traits discerning the ever-changing ways in which these signs relate to society and the universe.

Those born under a Sagittarius are progressive, outspoken, and brutally honest. They can expect to experience a reflective and overall productive holiday season. In November, the sun in Scorpio drew them inward for spiritual rest and meditation; this leads into December, which brings a burgeoning lust for career development and financial freedom in 2020.

Thirsty for knowledge and naturally unafraid to speak their minds, Sagittarians are the travelers and jokers of the Zodiac, constantly chasing a good time, as well as intellectual stimulation. Here are three adventurous—and at times, comical—reads for all you Sags out there...

Stolen, by Marlena Frank

"It’s difficult taking care of a delusional father by yourself. Sixteen-year-old Shaleigh Mallet would rather explore and photograph dilapidated buildings than cater to her father’s dark episodes. But when she’s kidnapped by a creature who carries her atop a flying bicycle into another world, she realizes this wasn’t the escape she wanted. In a kingdom known as the Garden, where minotaurs pull carriages and parties are held in hot air balloons, Madam Cloom and her faerie servant, Teagan, rule over the land with incredible but terrifying magic. Shaleigh must prove that she is the reincarnation of a long-dead ruler, not because she believes it, but because it’s her only chance to survive. With the help of a trespassing faerie, a stoatling, and a living statue, Shaleigh hopes to outwit everyone. She aims to break the bonds of servitude and finally make her way home. What she doesn’t realize, however, is that she’s playing right into the hands of a far worse enemy..."


Double-Crossing the Bridge, by Sarah J. Sover