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Behavioral Astrology

Behavioral Astrology: How To Interpret Your Relationships, Soul, and Self Through The Zodiac Signs by Charlie B. Emerson is an informative self-help book that provides valuable insight and probing questions towards horoscopes and their impact on relationships. In addition, this book addresses how the positions of the stars and planets may influence the day-to-day lives of individuals. 

Behavior Astrology expounds upon a multitude of topics related to the astrology of the zodiac. These topics include but are not limited to: a step-by-step guide on how to interpret your birth chart according to astrology, what behavioral astrology is, how to identify specific behavioral traits, navigating your behaviors, relationships, and intimacy in the zodiac, and more.

Emerson does a great job of recognizing that not everybody is fond of the idea of astrology and that some may view it as limiting. However, many people are drawn to it due to the nature of gaining clarity and conveying ideas about themselves. Emerson offers an open mindset to individuals who may question the validity of astrology and encourages readers to use what they learn in his book as a tool to implement into their relationships.

This book allows for an expansion of mindset by challenging readers with prompts, visuals, and valid information over the subject matter of relationships and behavioral astrology. It was interesting to see how different signs are compatible with one another while others are not. 

Overall, this book was informative, challenging, and enjoyable to read. I would highly recommend this book to anyone who is looking to learn more about horoscopes as a way of thinking, how they affect spirituality, and how they affect individuals who follow their zodiac as a guide to life. 

Behavioral Astrology: How To Interpret Your Relationships, Soul, and Self Through The Zodiac Signs is a self-help and reference book. Anyone with even a remote interest in Astrology will find something of value in this fascinating book.

Pages: 205 | ASIN : B09NT1N2MT

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The Zodiac Traveller 

The Zodiac Traveller is a fantasy/adventure novel written by Australian author Rosemary K Tompkins. The story is set in the Kingdom of Adastra. With a diverse set of dynamic and engaging characters paired with mystical and unique settings readers will be instantly pulled into the storyline.

The characters in The Zodiac Traveller will entertain readers with their conversations and relationships with each other, as well as their inner monologues. Readers are able to really get to know the characters and their personalities. Common themes such as good versus evil, innocent versus corrupt play out between the characters allowing the story to progress in an interesting fashion. Two of the main characters to demonstrate this are Galaxian and Prince Andreas. One is well loved, popular and of innocent character and intent whilst the other is rude, demanding and self serving. These characters are well developed and authentic giving the story a layered feel.

The Zodiac Traveller is set in the Kingdom of Adastra. The setting varies as the main characters move and travel through out the story, ranging from small modest homes in villages to expansive and mysterious forests. There are beautiful descriptions of the forests (‘dew drops dancing on the leaves’) and the river, (‘deep and wild’) – appealing to all senses of the reader. Also, adding depth and interest to the story is the language used to describe the characters actions – for example ‘trudging through the woods’. The combination of descriptions enriched by similes and metaphors allow the reader to create vivid images in their head drawing the reader into the story and holding their interest.

The Zodiac Traveller by Tompkins builds up slow at the beginning to allow readers to really get to know the characters. Once you know who is involved the story takes off in a ‘you can’t put it down’ way. Readers will be able to pick up this novel and disappear into the world Tompkins has created and travel to places unknown.

Pages: 490 | ISBN-10: ‎ 1456638467

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