Aquarians are natural thinkers and dreamers, so many of the best book choices for them are those that invoke thought and passion. According to Goodreads, Aquarians must first cover “1984” from George Orwell. This book is a classic, many may have read it. However, if they haven’t, this should be their first stop. After â1984,â Aquarians should dive into David Mitchell’s ânumber9dreamâ, which is another book that will challenge their notions of life itself.
Other fun books for Aquarians include âNimonaâ by Noelle Stevenson and âDumplin ‘â by Julie Murphy (via Epic Reads). These books remain thoughtful and dreamy while being more grounded in humanity and even fun in some ways. Likewise, Epic Reads recommends “Prisoner of Night and Fog” by Anne Blankman and “What We Saw” by Aaron Hartzler.
If you are an Aquarius and have successfully read these books, there are still more to discover. According to Frontlist, Angie Thomas’ âThe Hate U Giveâ is required reading because it touches on the politics of America today, which Aquarians naturally care about. Aquarians can also immerse themselves in “Pippi Longstocking” by Astrid Lidgren, “The Miseducation of Cameron Post” by Emily M. Danforth and “The Testing” by Joelle Charbonneau.
Ultimately, never be afraid to dive into a book. According to Forbes, up to 1 million unique books are published each year, which is increasing due to digital self-publishing. So there are endless opportunities to find your next favorite book.