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5 Books To Bring Every Sagittarius Adventure

With the change of the seasons comes a change in the Horoscopes. From November 23 and December 21 it’s time for the Sagittarius of the world to shine.

The born adventurers of the Zodiac, Sagittarius are free-spirited, independent, and honest people. With a blend of deep thought, optimism, and intense curiosity, this is the sign that will embark on the greatest of adventures, packing humor and heart in their backpack. Here are some books that will take you on a journey, either in the world, in your mind, or in your spirit; and if you are not born into the sign, but still have an interest in these books, then there may be a little bit of a Sagittarius in you.





5-The Lady Rogue by Jenn Bennett




Explore the legend and magic of Vlad the Impaler, more widely known as Dracula. Theodora always dreamed of following in her father’s footsteps as a treasure hunter, but never had her father’s permission. Now that his life is in danger during the most recent expedition, it is now up to Theodora to leap into action with the help of her father’s protégé, to save her father, uncover the mystery, and live to tell the tale.



4-The Good Luck Girls by Charlotte Nicole Davis


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Meet the Good Luck Girls! Sold to a “welcome house” as children and branded with cursed markings, they fight to survive and find freedom for themselves in a country that does not want them to. With everything against them, and their situation growing worse and worse every passing moment, these women will stop at nothing to blaze a path to freedom. This action-packed thriller will take you in a whirlwind ride that inspires us all to fight for ourselves and those that we love.



3-The Starlight Claim by Tim Wynne-Jones




Not all adventures can be so upbeat, but we do what we must when a friend is in danger. This is the pledge that Nate has taken up, to venture into the unknown of the snowy woods to find his long-lost friend Dodge, but dangers and secrets lurk around every corner, and Nate’s innocent trek to finding closure for his trauma and loss may result in his demise.





2-Will My Cat Eat My Eyeballs?: Big Questions from Tiny Mortals About Death by Caitlin Doughty




For the deep thinkers out there, this comical, non-fiction book takes a real look at some morbidly intriguing questions. Author Caitlin Doughty, who is a funeral director by trade, was inspired to write this book thanks to the flood of death-related questions that were tossed her way. Let’s face it, death is everywhere. Up in space, down in the ocean, potentially in your next meal. Death is all around us, and yet, it is such a mystery. So embark on an adventure through the deep and philosophical shower-thought questions that plague us throughout the night!



1-I Wanna Be Where You Are by Kristina Forest




Young Chloe Pierce dreams of being a ballet dancer, and an opportunity to apply for a spot at the dance conservatory of her dreams opens up at last. To her dismay, Chloe’s mom forbids her to apply to the nearest audition two hundred miles away. Starry-eyed and eager to follow her dreams, Chloe devises a secret plan to drive herself to the audition. This upbeat, road-trip adventure is a testament to all the dreamers out there. Go where you want to go, be who you want to be!



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