Historical Fiction Books Based on Your Astrology Sign


If you are book lover and love astrology we can make a sweet mixture between them and show you a connection. So if you are a libra, leo, virgo and so on we will give you a historical fiction book to read.

12. Aries – Dread Nation by Justina Ireland

Bold, independent, and brutally honest? Sounds like an Aries – and Jane McKeene. Conceived not long before the Civil War was crashed by a zombie end of the world, Jane is preparing to be an “Orderly,” a zombie protector for high society women. It’s the most obvious opportunity at life for a half-Black young lady like Jane, simply not the one she needs. However, when Jane is trapped in a destructive connivance, she’ll understand zombies aren’t her lone concern.

11. Taurus – The Lady’s Guide to Celestial Mechanics by Olivia Waite

Exotic, up-for-a-challenge Taurus, we realize you’ll cherish this hot Regency sentiment. Lucy is searching for a task that will occupy her from a separation. Catherine simply needs a peaceful existence of widowhood. Yet, when Catherine employs Lucy to interpret a book of her late husband’s, neither hopes to fall into a hurricane sentiment. The two ladies are lamenting in their own specific manner, yet would they be able to discover love again together?

10. Gemini – The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett

Gemini, you’re represented by twins, so what preferable pick for you over the account of isolated twin sisters? Subsequent to getting away from their modest community, Stella and Desiree’s lives veer off: one weds and has a girl with brown complexion, while the other starts a family by passing as white. From the 1950s South to 1990s NYC, the existences of the sisters ‚and their individual little girls will run corresponding to one another previously, at last, impacting.

9. Cancer – My Year of Rest and Relaxation by Ottessa Moshfegh

This novel is about a woman who spends a year holed up at home is perfect for you. Youthful, pretty, and special, she has each benefit — yet she actually feels void on a fundamental level. Resolved to make up for the shortfall, our storyteller takes us on dimly comedic and mentally captivating excursion of love seats, VHS tapes, and dozing pills. She’ll arise changed, however so will the world.

8. Leo – The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid

Leo, you have a major, strong character, so we think you’ll identify with Evelyn Hugo. An antisocial Hollywood diva, Evelyn unexpectedly chooses to give a selective meeting about her life to an obscure essayist named Monique. As Evelyn’s story spreads out including reality behind her seven relationships and the explanation she left Hollywood – Monique will understand that their accounts associate in a daily existence breaking way.

7. Virgo – Outlawed by Anna North

Actually like ingenious Virgo, fundamental character Ada knows how to get shit done. As a birthing specialist’s understudy, she comprehends that her inability to get pregnant isn’t her issue, yet that doesn’t prevent her from fleeing to save herself from being hanged as a witch. She joins up with a gang of outlaws who dream of a utopia, but in the Wild West being an outcast can have deadly consequences.

6. Libra – Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia

Very much like you, Libra, Noemí is a fashionable socialite who’s constantly underestimated. In contrast to you (presumably) she’s been called to protect her cousin from her new spouse’s home – a field house that is both frightening and charming. As Noemí endeavors to get into the dull mysteries of “High Place” and its secretive precursors, she’ll need to sort out what’s genuine, what’s in her brain, and how to get away.

5. Scorpio – These Violent Delights by Chloe Gong

Scorpio, you’ll love this dim and serious retelling of Romeo and Juliet set in 1920s Shanghai. Juliette and Roma are from rival packs, however that didn’t prevent them from falling in love…and then selling out one another. A long time later, Juliette has gotten back to the city, prepared to assume control over the privately-owned company. Be that as it may, when a plague-bearing beast threatens the city, the ex-sweethearts should cooperate to save everybody.

4. Sagittarius – A Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue by Mackenzi Lee

Daring Sag, you will adore Henry “Monty” Montague, a respectable man who acts more like a rebel. With an opposing dad anticipating that he should settle down and a mysterious squash on his closest companion, Percy, Monty sets off on one final experience across Europe with his sister and Percy close by. Be that as it may, when the excursion takes a startling go because of Monty’s foolishness, he’ll need to get a hold of himself to get them all home safe.

3. Capricorn – The Unraveling of Cassidy Holmes by Elissa R. Sloan

Capricorn, we think you’ll identify with effectively accomplish your objectives. At the point when Cassidy is welcome to join a female pop gathering called Gloss, she thinks her fantasies have worked out. In any case, the existence of a pop star isn’t pretty much as charming as it appears and they bafflingly separate in 2002. After fifteen years, Cass is dead and the excess Glossies should think about the past, the great and the awful, and the insider facts that destroyed them.

2. Aquarius – The Final Revival of Opal and Nev by Dawnie Walton

Aquariuses will see the value in the insubordinate idea of principle character Opal, whose savage Afro-punk style changes rock until the end of time. In 1970s NYC, Opal joins Nev, a British artist musician to frame a wild pair. Everything is going incredible until their mark signs an outrightly bigoted opponent band and Opal’s open dissent has critical outcomes. Decades later, a music journalist’s digging into the duo threatens to uncover dark secrets.

1. Pisces – The Mermaid of Jeju by Sumi Hahn

How should we not give Pisces the narrative of a mermaid? Junja and her family are haenyeo, deep sea divers searching for fish to trade. Yet, when Junja observes her mom suffocate on a plunge that she, at the end of the day, was intended to take, she’s left sorrowful, deserted, and loaded up with sadness. Junja needs to figure out how to confront a quickly changing world completely all alone in this melodious novel set in 1940s Korea.