streak — much like you, Aries. So whether you’re re-reading your well-worn paperback or delving in for the first time, Lee’s striking and original debut novel To Kill a Mockingbird should definitely be your next read.
There’s no one more grounded, earthy and pleasure-seeking than you, Taurus. Except Ernest Hemingway, of course.
You’re curious, quick-witted and changeable, Gemini, so we’re sure that Twain’s trademark cheeky humor will totally tickle you.
Dear sweet, sensitive Cancer, is there anyone more adept at filling that huge heart of yours than Jane Austen? We think not. Austen’s mashups of hopeless romanticism and cynical wit are lovely complements to your emotional,
You’re popular, trendy and dramatic, Leo, with just a touch of self-centeredness (we mean that in a loving way, promise!), so it should come as no surprise that JD Salinger is your classic author comrade.
teinbeck is one of the great classic American authors who really captured the pioneering, hard-working spirit of the early generations in the US.
The scales of justice inform every decision you make, diplomatic Libra, so we know you’ll respond immediately to George Orwell’s classic novels outlining the perils and prejudices of modern society.
Shelley’s entire life was laced with passion and drama, starting with when she ran away with her older, married lover when she was just a teenager — and we know how much you like passion and drama,
Has anyone ever told you how funny you are, Sag? We’re betting yes. That’s why we’re so amped to connect you with Vonnegut.
There’s no more fulfilling feeling to you, ambitious Cap, than finding success through self-made means, whether that’s working hard to get a promotion, starting your own business or raising a family.
As a quintessential air sign, Aquarius, you know a little something about “having your head in the clouds.” You’re thoughtful, expressive and a true original,
It’s safe to say you’re the most artistic sign of the zodiac, Pisces, and have a specific understanding of what it means to be creative. William Faulkner’s peculiar,