Leos are wild, fun and free-spirited. Your big personality shines in any situation. Here are 5 books you should read to help you tap into that inner pot of gold:
Whether you′re a longtime Harry Potter fan or a newbie to the world of wizardry, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is sure to provide enough magic and mystery for anyone. Newt Scamander is visiting New York and plans on staying only for a short period. When his case of magic goes missing and releases his fantastic beasts, he is forced to stay behind and solve the mystery. This story features enchanting characters, wild adventures, and creative chaos.
In today′s fast-paced society, many of us can be accused of committing narcissistic behavior. In fact, the word “narcissist” is so commonly used that it has effectively lost its meaning. Dr. Malkin explores the concept of narcissism in his book, Rethinking Narcissism. What does it mean? When are we guilty of it, and where on the spectrum of selfless and narcissistic do we fall? A must read for anyone who contemplates the human condition.
Youtube star, Joey Graceffa, has taken the internet by storm and is now showing his literary skills in his first novel, Children of Eden. A dystopian delight, this book takes place in the futuristic society of Eden. Following Rowan, an outlaw by nature, on her journey into the abandoned wasteland that is now earth, this is a gripping read full of thrills.
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You are a Badass is the #1 New York Times bestseller you need this summer. An invigorating how-to style guide to embracing your inner awesomeness, this book contains inspiring and funny stories, fun exercises and nuggets of wisdom sure to build your self-confidence and self-esteem.
Fight Club fastened Chuck Palahniuk in the literary world as one of the most radical authors of this generation. Following the Narrator through insomnia, support groups, fist fights and mayhem, we are introduced to anarchist and soap-maker, Tyler Durden. Wonderfully written and wildly entertaining, Fight Club will leave you stunned.
With bigger-than-life characters and subject matter, these books are perfect for an afternoon picnic and a literary Leo.
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