7 Books Any Aquarius Would Love To Read
It's Aquarius season, which means it's the season of innovation, out-of-the-box thinking, being fearless, and any weird sh*t in between. Those with an Aquarius sun sign (people with birthdays that fall between January 20-February 18) are known to value freedom, stand out, and be visionaries for the rest of us. My Saturn in Aquarius is in my first house so some people could mistake me for the SUpeR dIfFerRent fixed air sign — until they find out that I'm the visionary who would really rather just stay home in bed, eat, and binge Ozark. Overthinking too many ideas just makes a Taurus sun like me exhausted. If this is your birthday season and you could use a mental break from being the black sheep,
Here's 7 Books Any Aquarius Placement Would Love to Read:
1. Then She Was Gone by Lisa Jewell
Aquariuses get bored easily. They're usually lightyears ahead of everyone else so they stay to themselves. If you fall under this sign and could use some excitement, check out Then She Was Gone by Lisa Jewell. Full of suspense, you won't have time to doom scroll and judge everyone on your TL. We have it in stock! Just head to our Women Authors Collection when you're done with this post!
2. My Sister, the Serial Killer by Oyinkan Braithwaite
An Aquarius friend is the problem-solver of the group. Whether they're trying to solve your problems, their problems, or the world's problems, the mind of an Aquarius never sleeps. Since Oyinkan Braithwaite doesn't spend a lot of time explaining why Ayoola keeps killing all of her boyfriends in My Sister, the Serial Killer, maybe you could put your psychiatrist hat on and put the pieces together on your own. Because of course every Aquarius has one! We have this one in stock, too.
3. Patternmaster by Octavia E. Butler
Book-buying for an Aquarius means stocking up on sci-fi. Have you ever read Patternmaster by literary ancestor, Octavia E. Butler? Here's your chance to get a head-start on your TBR list for Black History Month. Apocalyptic, human race, distant future - all terms that any Aquarius could appreciate. We don't have this one in stock, but we do have a Patternmaster candle inspired by the novel that you could pair with your copy.
4. Grumpy Monkey by Suzanne Lang
If you have an Aquarius child, it might be beneficial to teach them about their feelings early on! Aquariuses tend to detach from them easily, always looking at things through a logical lens. Grumpy Monkey by Suzanne Lang is a fun and easy way to teach your little Aquarius about dealing with their emotions. We have it in stock! Just head to our Cozy Kids Collection.
5. Tropic of Cancer by Henry Miller
If Aquariuses were a book, they would be Tropic of Cancer by Henry Miller. Raw, provocative, and an advocate for freedom, it's a book that broke the rules and gave conformity its ass to kiss. Sound familiar? We don’t have this in stock. We celebrate women authors, remember?
6. Bored and Brilliant by Manoush Zomorodi
People with their sun in Aquarius were the kids who were bored in class because the work was too easy. Bored and Brilliant: How Spacing Out Can Unlock Your Most Productive and Creative Self by Manoush Zomorodi will teach you how to use less screen time to be more creative — say bye-bye to boredom, Aquarius.
7. Winterwood by Shea Ernshaw
Still with me? Of course you are because an Aquarius loves new information! Here’s the last title you should add to your TBR list if this is your birthday season: Winterwood by Shea Ernshaw. Besides the witches and magical woods thing you’ll love, you’ll also relate to Nora! She’s independent, fearless, and different from the others - like you.