If You’re A Gemini, These Are The Books You Need To Read

Geminis are intellectuals who are constantly looking for their next big idea or hobby. Therefore, they must dig into non-fiction to help satisfy their need for intellectual stimulation and engagement. Writer Esmé Weijun Wang is another Gemini who perfectly exemplifies the adaptability associated with this zodiac sign. Wang also demonstrates the duality that Gemini is known for, as she has written both fiction and non-fiction books, according to her. official site. His collection of essays, “Schizophrenia gathered”, paints a vivid picture of what life with schizophrenia looks like. It’s also a critique of the mental health system in the United States and how little it does to help and support those in need, especially those who are “functioning well.”

Another Gemini writer his fellow Gemini will appreciate is Morgan Jerkins, who has been called “one of the smartest young writers of his generation” (according to reviews on MorganJerkins.com). Like Wang, Jerkins writes both fiction and non-fiction. Geminis will enjoy books that challenge their worldview, and Jerkins’ book “Wandering in strange lands: a girl from the great migration finds her roots” does exactly that. The novel recreates his ancestors’ travels through the southern United States through interviews and photos. In fact, Jerkins is able to trace her family’s history back 300 years “with the insights and memories of the black people she encountered along the way – the fabric of black myths, customs and blood that connect the bones of American history”.

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