If You’re A Virgo, These Are The Books You Need To Read
Virgos need to escape into books to help them feel more grounded in reality — it sounds like an oxymoron but it’s true — and this process also helps them enjoy their lives. For Virgos, everyone has their own choice for what suits them best. For example, Oprah Daily recommends Ruth Ware’s “One by One” because of Virgo’s natural detective skills and the Alachua County Library District recommend for Virgos “Euphoria” by Lily King and the classic “Little Women” by Louisa May Alcott. Both of these romances are self-contained in the right way for Virgos while allowing them a fun exploration of place, time, and love.
The same time, Epic Readings recommends “The Girl of Fire and Thorns” by Rae Carson, “The Uniquet” by Mikaela Everett, “In the After” by Demitria Lunetta” and “Not a Drop to Drink” by Mindy McGinnis. These novels offer extrapolative looks into the human psyche while offering snippets of exploration, whether near or far. Things recommends “All Adults Here” by Emma Straub, “Normal People” by Sally Rooney and “The Farm” by Joanne Ramos.
However, reading is not limited to novels. Virgos should consult poetry to escape and put down roots too. In reality, read poetry recommends for the Virgo season the following three poems: “It’s Just to Say” by William Carlos Williams, “We Build the Ship as We Sail It” by Kay Ryan, and “The Kingfisher” by Mary Oliver.