If You're A Sagittarius, These Are The Books You Need To Read

People get a lot of things wrong about Sagittarius — but the best books for this fire sign are anything but wrong. In fact, they highlight Sagittarius' natural dispositions and actually help people of this sign escape while simultaneously helping them express themselves. 

According to Co-Star Astrology, Sagittarians are loud and friendly, but they're also brutally honest, which can cause rifts between them and others who don't want to hear their honesty.

Sagittarians are typically the life of any party, but they also need downtime. Because of this, Sagittarius' self-care routine should include reading some good books to which they can relate or escape into.

If you're a Sagittarius, start with poetry before jumping into novels. Poetry is subtle yet jarring, adventurous yet comforting. It's emotional and full, and this is all Sagittarians want at the end of the day. 

Therefore, Read Poetry recommends Sagittarians read the following poems: "Blue Curtains" by Alex Dimitrov, "Wild Nights — Wild Nights!" by Emily Dickinson, "Power" by Jim Morrison, "Black Lace Bra Kind of Woman" by Sandra Cisneros, and "The New Woman's Words" by Claudia Lars. 

Next, it's time to jump into some novels.

These books feature humanity in a way that Sagittarius loves

If you're a Sagittarius, all you need to do to find some inner peace is make a mug of tea or coffee and curl up with a good book for a bit, especially if reading more is your 2022 New Year's resolution

In fact, Epic Reads recommends that Sagittarians dive into a variety of books and genres. Among their top suggestions for this fire sign are "Fans of the Impossible Life" by Kate Scelsa, "Things We Know By Heart" by Jessi Kirby, "The Distance Between Us" by Kasie West, and "Simon vs the Homo Sapiens Agenda" by Becky Albertalli (likewise, they should check out this book's film adaptation, "Love, Simon").

Sagittarians in the younger generations may particularly enjoy "Sorcery of Thorns" by Margaret Rogerson, "Starry Eyes" by Jenn Bennett, "Love & Luck" by Jenna Evans Welch, and "Your Destination is on the Left" by Lauren Spieller (via Riveted). Some of these novels tiptoe into fantasy while others are realist tales; in any case, they're all about humanity, which is why Sagittarians will love them. 

After all, Sagittarius is a sign that's directly related to the collective, even if the collective is sometimes torn about Sagittarius. That's why Sagittarians love books about human connection.

Finally, the Alachua County Library District in Florida recommends "The Rules of Magic" by Alice Hoffman, "Foreign Soil" by Maxine Beneba Clarke, and "Good Omens" by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett. 

Outside of these, Sagittarians need to explore and find what they like best.